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Forgetting One's Therapy

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Forgetting One's Therapy

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Forgetting One's Therapy

Forgetting One's Therapy

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Commentator Elissa Ely has been a psychiatrist for 15 years. In that time, therapies have gone in and out of fashion: Cognitive therapy, behavioral therapy and interpersonal therapy. Almost everything has changed except this: Having to say goodbye.

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