Beatty talked about the importance of patients taking an active role in and out of the therapist’s office if they expect that their psychotherapy experiences will be successful. She also discussed how we all must be true to ourselves despite what others think. And finally, she outlined different types of relationships that people have including: equal/equal, parent/child, rescuer/rescue. What’s your deal?
Beatty talked about the importance of being brutally honest with your therapist (unlike Andreas Lubitz), the pilot who purposely crashed the Germanwings airplane, killing 150 people. Unless you are prepared to do so, your therapy will be a waste of time and energy and could end in someone harming themselves or others. She also discussed NYT columnist David Brooks article, …
Children should not be vaccinated by any health care provider for any reason without the voluntary, informed consent of their parents. Period. HB 212 , by Rep. Toni Rose ((D), D-110, Dallas) circumvents federal and state parental rights and consumer protection laws by allowing a minor child 14 years of age and older in the Texas Juvenile Justice System to consent …
A Johns Hopkins study found that most marriage counseling is a waste of time, money and energy on the part of everyone and that 25% of couples are WORSE off than when they started. Tune in and hear what Beatty believes must happen if couples therapy is to be successful. She also stressed the importance of having strong policies and programs in place in our schools, colleges and work places that will protect victims of sexual assault, including emotional and verbal abuse. Without them we are victimizing innocent people and enabling perpetrators.
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