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Dr Steven Phillipson – Call me Steve (The Therapeutic Relationship)

In episode 221 of The OCD Stories podcast I chat with Dr Steven Phillipson. Steven is a licensed clinical psychologist who specializes in Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy for OCD. He co-founded the first Support group for OCD sufferers in the New York area in 1987. Steven is the Clinical Director at the Center for Cognitive Behavioral Psychotherapy.

Dr Steven Phillipson

In this episode I chat with Dr Steven Phillipson’s about what is a therapeutic relationship/alliance?, importance of a good therapeutic relationship, what is rapport in the therapy room?, an equal partnership for achieving therapy goals, the therapist’s role, disclosure, time, trust, patients role, therapist shopping, transference in the relationship, love in the relationship, humour, managing diversity and difference in the therapeutic relationship, what to do if you feel your therapist isn’t a good fit for you, how to approach the therapeutic relationship and much much more. Hope it helps.

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Find out more about Steven:

Steven’s website – OCDOnline.com

Podcast: Dr Steven Phillipson – Recovery From Thinking The Unthinkable

Podcast: Dr Steven Phillipson – How ERP works, and the power of choice

Podcast: Dr Steven Phillipson – What actually is OCD?

Podcast: Dr Steven Phillipson – Teletherapy for OCD

Podcast: Dr Steven Phillipson – Altered States of Consciousness & OCD

Podcast: Dr Steven Phillipson – Two tail spikes in OCD

Podcast: Dr Steven Phillipson – Magical thinking in OCD

Podcast: Dr Steven Phillipson – Choice (audiobook)

Podcast: Dr Steven Phillipson – Exposure and Response Prevention

Resources:

UK charities: OCD UK / OCD Action

The OCD Stories book >>

To your success,
Stuart

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