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The Case for the Older Therapist

Five Therapeutic Lessons That Only Come with Age and Practice

Walter Lowe • 10/12/2017

By Walter Lowe - Time and practice, practice, practice count as much or more than formal instruction in becoming an expert at therapy or just about anything else—medicine, law, carpentry, fire-fighting, or violin-playing. The longer you've been at it, the more deeply knowledgeable and skilled at the work you're likely to be.

Daily Blog
Copyright:
4/8/2013
Authors:
RICHARD SIMON, PH.D.
 
MARIAN SANDMAIER, MA
 
BARRY JACOBS, PSYD, LP, DBTC
 
JAY LEBOW, PHD
 
MICHAEL VENTURA, PHD
 
TERRY HARGRAVE, PHD
 
WALTER LOWE, MD
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NRC095567

In Praise of the Older Therapist

Probing the Heart of Clinical Wisdom

Walter Lowe • 1/1/2005

Among the more curious findings of the therapy-research literature is the failure to show that experienced clinicians get any better results than novices. Maybe the problem is that, too often, experience can make you less aware of the uniqueness of the people in your office.

Magazine Article
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Copyright:
4/8/2013
Authors:
RICHARD SIMON, PH.D.
 
MARIAN SANDMAIER, MA
 
BARRY JACOBS, PSYD, LP, DBTC
 
JAY LEBOW, PHD
 
MICHAEL VENTURA, PHD
 
TERRY HARGRAVE, PHD
 
WALTER LOWE, MD
Product:
NRC095567
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The Case for the Older Therapist

Five Therapeutic Lessons That Only Come with Age and Practice

Walter Lowe • 10/12/2017

By Walter Lowe - Time and practice, practice, practice count as much or more than formal instruction in becoming an expert at therapy or just about anything else—medicine, law, carpentry, fire-fighting, or violin-playing. The longer you've been at it, the more deeply knowledgeable and skilled at the work you're likely to be.

Daily Blog
Page 1 of 1

In Praise of the Older Therapist

Probing the Heart of Clinical Wisdom

Walter Lowe • 1/1/2005

Among the more curious findings of the therapy-research literature is the failure to show that experienced clinicians get any better results than novices. Maybe the problem is that, too often, experience can make you less aware of the uniqueness of the people in your office.

Magazine Article
Page 1 of 1
Walter Lowe, MD, is Chairman and Professor of the Department of Orthopaedic Surgery at the University of Texas Medical School at Houston, Edward T. Smith Professor and Chair, and the Chief of Orthopedic Surgery at Memorial Hermann - Texas Medical Center and LBJ General Hospital. He is also the Medical Director of the Memorial Hermann Sports Medicine Institute now located in its new location in Suite 1700 at the Memorial Hermann Medical Plaza.