Therapists: working with guilt

Guilt is a negative emotional experience that occurs when we think we have done something wrong or failed to do something right. It’s one of those areas where, as therapists, we truly need to ‘work with what the client is giving us’ since every situation will be unique, but knowing more about what guilt is, and its underlying purpose, can help you decide how to support a client who experiences it.  

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Working with grief

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Putting magic into your therapy

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