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Colinda Linde On Note Taking | Calabash | CEU/CPD Courses for Health Care Professionals | South Africa, Canada, Australia & the UK

Perhaps if you've been a patient, you have wondered what it is the therapist is writing about you if they do write during the session.Well-known CBT-t...

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Published on 16 December, 2018

Perhaps if you've been a patient, you have wondered what it is the therapist is writing about you if they do write during the session.

Well-known CBT-therapist and Calabash speaker Dr. Colinda Linde talks about taking notes during therapy sessions.

Her overall gentle, collaborative therapeutic approach really comes through in this valuable clip:



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