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Therapists Share Why a Good Client/Therapist Match Matters

 

Therapist client relationship begins best with a good match. A skilled clinician can find ways to connect to all of their clients. But a therapist client match based on personality and style can greatly improve both the early work of therapy and the depth achieved.

This video has several of Full Living’s psychotherapists sharing their experiences of a good therapist client connection.

Smith is an analytically oriented psychotherapist with 25 years in practice. She is additionally the Founder/Director of Full Living: A Psychotherapy Practice, which specializes in matching clients with seasoned clinicians in the Greater Philadelphia Area.

If you are interested in therapy and live in Philadelphia or the Greater Philadelphia Area, please let Full Living: A Psychotherapy Practice match you with a skilled, experienced psychotherapist based on your needs and issues as well as your and own therapists' personalities and styles. All of our therapists are available for telehealth conferencing by phone or video in response to our current need for social distancing.

 

Here are a couple more video's about Full Living: A Psychotherapy Practice 

Philadelphia Psychotherapy Practice will Match you with a Therapist (Philadelphia psychotherapy practice video)

3 Components to a Good Therapy Relationship (Philadelphia psychotherapy practice video)

 

 

 

 

 

Author
Full Living Founder and Director Karen L. Smith MSS, LCSW Karen L. Smith MSS LCSW Karen is the founder and director of Full Living: A Psychotherapy Practice, which provides thoughtful matches for clients seeking therapists in the Philadelphia Area. She provides analytically oriented psychotherapy, and offers education for other therapists seeking to deepen and enriching their work with object relation concepts.

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