Joining Through the Truth

November 2012
Psychotherapy Networker Magazine;Nov/Dec2012, Vol. 36 Issue 6, p36
The article offers the author's view on the Relationship Life Therapy (RTL)psychoterapy approach in the U.S. The author states that the approach is a traditional psychotherapy with an emphasis on building an environment which is nonjudgmental and accepting. The author also mentions that the RTL approach requires therapist to move out of their comfort zone to teach clients to be authentic and connected.


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