In this video, I discuss the ego function of reality testing, how it affects us, and ways to cope with distortions in it. This is also another example of how I use technology, in particular YouTube as a transitional object for patients, allowing them to continue to remember our work together without compromising any of their personal health information.
This will be the last post for 2013, have a good end of the year and I’ll see you sometime in late January!
Mike Langlois, LICSW
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