Invisible Illness
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Open Charting in Psychotherapy

And my take on Dr Melfi and Tony Soprano

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The best idea I’ve had about how to conduct psychotherapy, I got from visiting my allergist.

Whenever I have tears in my eyes during a session, it might be because of what the client was saying; sometimes I’m deeply moved, but probably my allergies were responsible. I once went to see an allergist to determine if…

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We don't talk enough about mental health.

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Keith R Wilson

Keith R Wilson

Mental Health Counselor and Writer www.keithwilsoncounseling.com

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