Iatrogenic Effect: A negative consequence brought forth by the healer.

Originally posted on Gary Direnfeld:
While the concept of the iatrogenic effect is well known to medicine, it doesn’t receive much attention in the context of counseling. However and if we accept the counselor as a form of healer, emotional, psychological or psychiatric, then it does us well to ponder this concept as applied to…

Curiosity Doesn’t Always Kill the Cat

Good adjustment means that you let others see who you really areĀ instead of who you wish they think you are. ~@sgbrownlow I follow a number of stellar people on Twitter (Tweeters? Tweeps? Twitterers? Twits?) and have quite the collection of 140-character tweets that I’d like to plaster all over the walls of my office. MostContinue reading “Curiosity Doesn’t Always Kill the Cat”