chapter  7
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Expertise in Difficult Situations: Experience Refined by Feedback

I talk with a lot of psychotherapists and researchers about deliberate practice, and they are generally very receptive to the idea. In classes, conferences, and workshops around the world, the concept of deliberate practice resonates with therapists. It’s not controversial that skill-focused training, focusing on clinical outcomes, and observing your own work, can improve your effectiveness. The basic principles of deliberate practice resonate with therapists as just good common sense.