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“ Everything will be fine in the end. And if it doesn’t go well, it means it’s not the end!”
We want to start this article , letting ourselves be guided by these words attributed to John Lennon , which encourage us to look to the future with the hope of a final yet to be built!
With today’s article , in fact, we will address the issue of recognizing SST as a form of psychotherapy , a point on which clarity has been made over time , but which at the same time is once again being debated.
An example of how some issues can come back to the fore is well described in a 2019 article published in the Journal of Systemic Therapies entitled Recognizing Single-Session Therapy as psychotherapy , in which the authors Karen Young and Joseph Jebreen reported on a controversy that arose in Ontario , following the establishment of a new Regulatory College for psychotherapists, which had begun to not recognize the hours of Single-Session Therapy carried out by some professionals who wished to become psychotherapists as therapy.