It's easy to get stuck in a rut with specific elements of therapy structure. I have a professor that sees every interaction with a client as part of the therapeutic relationship, and therefore, he interacts intentionally with his clients always, choosing his language and messages carefully based on their therapeutic value. We don't all view our relationships with our clients in the same way, which means this type of scrutiny may not seem necessary to all of us; however, there is mer...
Blogging for Therapists: 6 Things You Should Do After You Hit Publish
Ok, so you've hit publish on that amazing new therapy blog post of yours. Now what? Let's talk more about private practice blogging and 6 things you should do AFTER you’ve posted a blog on your therapy website.
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Treating private therapy clients in their homes? Check out these 10 tips: http://www.pediastaff.com/blog/the-top-10-%E2%80%9Cdo%E2%80%99s-and-don%E2%80%99ts%E2%80%9D-of-providing-therapy-in-the-home-4866
Wondering what questions you can use to open your therapy sessions with impact? This post covers 7 questions that will help you set goals, evaluate therapy, and assess counseling clients' significant relationships | 7 Questions for Opening Your Therapy Sessions