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John Christopher, Ph.D.


I think of psychotherapy as a process of becoming more aware of ourselves. This awareness is not just of our thoughts, emotions, and behavior. It is also of the habits of our hearts, the cultural values and assumptions that underlie who we are. Through this awareness we have the option of beginning to make new choices, what psychologists call response flexibility.


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