Writing Therapy Down & Cup of Soup

Why “write therapy down”? Many patients* keep a therapy journal (something I hope to  be blogging about shortly)—it can help you understand and become more aware of the therapy process, it can help focus your objectives, it is simply a good way to share feelings...


Why Therapists Do Evaluations

Evaluation. Yuck. Such a clinical, dry term, much like diagnosis, prognosis, and so on. But because evaluations are so integral to effective psychotherapy, I feel it’s important to briefly describe the process here.

When you go to a doctor (or a mechanic or even an...


Target Practice

Here's some unsurprising news:

If you want to achieve your goals you must set specific, measurable, and time-targeted objectives, at least according to goal-setting theory, an important area of study in organizational psychology (and Wikipedia).

Psychotherapy is one of the disciplines that can help people set...


Welcome to Therapy Soup

Welcome to our new blog, Therapy Soup. This blog will discuss all issues of psychotherapy and the therapeutic process, demystifying it and helping to answer your questions about it.

The blog is hosted by Richard Zwolinski, LMHC, CASAC, who is the author of Therapy Revolution: Find Help, Get Better, and Move On Without Wasting Time or Money. Richard is also an internationally licensed psychotherapist and addiction specialist with over 25 years experience as well as a consultant to organizations and companies in the...


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