Most people closely associate medicine and science, but how many of us think of science and psychotherapy as being related? Maybe we don’t, but we should.
Science and Psychotherapy: Strange Bedfellows?
It’s true that psychotherapy has little to do with scientific tools like Petri dishes and test tubes. But the process of determining which types of psychotherapy are most helpful for specific problems is a scientific one. For decades, major universities and other research institutions have investigated whether some approaches to psychotherapy are more effective than [Read more…]