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PRACTITIONER CHALLENGES: Developing a digital private practice

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Digital therapy is a new and emergent field of private practice and is an area where practitioners lack clarity and evidence on how best to manage their work. In part two of this article, Dr Ivanka Ezhova shares her own experience of building a sustainable business and personal resilience when it comes to private digital practice.

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A MINDFULNESS-BASED MULTI-DYNAMIC THERAPEUTIC APPROACH

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After years as a consultant clinical psychologist in different fields,
Dr Cheryl Rezek considers the need to see the whole person sitting in her office. This article sets out a multi-dynamic framework which includes aspects from various psychological concepts and practically applicable mindfulness theories.

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A UNIQUE APPROACH TO YOUTH MENTAL HEALTH

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Jan Willem Poot is the founder of Yes We Can Youth Clinics, a mental health care facility in the Netherlands specialising in helping young people ages 13–25 with mental health challenges, addictions and related behavioural issues. Jan Willem is in recovery himself and Psychology in Practice had the honour to interview him about the experiences he brings to his work.

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The Stanford Prison Experiment Revisited: Almost 50 years later

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The Stanford prison experiment demonstrated the power of situational forces over otherwise good people. Transformations are more likely where the social forces are powerful enough to overthrow the attributes of personal morality, compassion, empathy, or a sense of justice. We can change systems and construct situations in which people are trained to act courageously against all forms of evil.

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Safeguarding your own mental health as a practitioner

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In most mental health and psychology teams and services it seems that client numbers are increasing year-on-year. Mental health practitioners may be expected to see more clients and often find their workload increasing. All of this must have an impact on the practitioner and their well-being. The importance of practitioners’ ability to ensure that they stay well cannot be overstated.