2 thoughts on “Evolution of Psychotherapy

  1. The fact that you really live what you teach is why I am inspired to walk out into my world and be the real me. You are a great teacher and the world is a better place because of the peoples lives you have helped!

  2. Hi,

    I am a Cherokee veteran of Iraq turned grad student and was wondering if you would help spread the word about a survey I am doing about Native American veterans. Below is a letter that tells more about the survey and a link to the survey.


    Greg Urquhart

    We would like to request your participation with a survey for Native American veterans who may have experienced combat-related stress or know others who have. You do not have to have served overseas or been diagnosed with PTSD to partake in the survey. Our intent with this survey is to increase the body of knowledge about Native American veterans and their attitudes and perceptions towards PTSD and its treatment. This information will contribute to increasing the body of knowledge about Native American Veterans. Your answers on the survey will be helpful to us in achieving this goal. The Washington State University Institutional Review Board has certified the study as meeting exempt status. All participants and their responses will be kept confidential.
    The research team includes graduate students in counseling psychology at Washington State University, several of whom are Native American veterans and individuals experienced in working with veterans and Native American veterans. This study is being supervised by Dr. Phyllis Erdman, Professor in counseling psychology at Washington State University. We are interested in this area because of our personal experience with military service and a commitment to helping those who may suffer from the effects of combat.
    We appreciate your time and thank you in advance for your help. Also, if you know of others who may be interested in this survey please feel free to forward the link to them.
    Please click below to access the survey. If you have questions regarding this request, you

    may contact Greg Urquhart at (greg.urquhart@wsu.edu).


    Greg Urquhart
    Nassreen Shah
    Matthew Hale
    Sarah Sevedge
    Phyllis Erdman, Ph.D.


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