Category Archives: Former Karuna therapist

Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT)

by Darby Christopher, LMSW A new wave of well researched and effective therapies has emerged in recent years. Examples include Eye Movement Desensitization Reprocessing (EMDR), Emotional Freedom Technique (EFT), Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT), Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), and others. … Continue reading

Posted in 2012 Articles, Anxiety, Depression, Former Karuna therapist | Tagged , , , , , | Leave a comment

Managing Anxiety and Depression Using Diet, Nutritional Supplements and SAM-e

by Darby Christopher, LMSW Please note: This article should not be taken as advice for how to treat any particular condition. Individuals should always consult with their doctor before making any lifestyle or dietary changes, as some natural substances are … Continue reading

Posted in 2010 Articles, Anxiety, Depression, Former Karuna therapist, Physical Health & Wellness | Tagged , , , , | Leave a comment

How To Get The Most Out Of Therapy

By Darby Christopher, LMSW If you’ve been to enough therapy sessions, or seen enough therapists, chances are you’ve had some great experiences that produced feelings of gratitude and hope, and you may have also had some not so great experiences … Continue reading

Posted in 2009 Articles, Former Karuna therapist | Tagged , | Leave a comment

What Clients Want from Therapy: A Survey

Name: ______________________________             Date: __________________     After reading each statement, please circle the number that most accurately reflects your view, with 5 meaning “very much agree,” and zero meaning “don’t agree at all.” If your answer is “none” or “don’t … Continue reading

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How Does Therapy Help Me?

Can therapy be helpful to me? Choosing to get professional support is a significant decision and an important step in increasing your overall well-being and life satisfaction . The reasons for starting therapy vary greatly. They can include life transitions, … Continue reading

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