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Can a Rolling Chair be a Clinical Tool? A photo of a rolling chair next to a piece of abstract art.

In the realm of psychotherapy, the tools of the trade extend far beyond the conventional. Amidst discussions of therapeutic techniques and interventions, one often overlooked…

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