Posts tagged with: therapy

  • termination
Back in grad school, I liked those vignettes where the clinician actually gets to terminate with clients and engages in the process of a healthy goodbye. Aaah! What a gift...
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  • Talking About Therapy-Rajani Levis
The very act of becoming therapist is a declaration  to the world that you are deeply committed to helping people live more meaningful lives. YET, in a 2015 survey I...
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  • 5 minute magic
Let’s give your About Me page a makeover. Your About Me page is the second most important page on your site. Most people who visit your site will first go...
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Thank you for what you do to support mental health in our communities. As a special gift to celebrate Mental Health Month, Talking About Therapy is partnering with Simple Habit,...
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  • self care break
If you want to be rewarded for your self-care efforts, click here for information about the 5 Minute Magic Self-Care Contest running throughout May of 2017. I wanted to start...
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  • 5 minute magic self-compassion
There are days that being a therapist and business owner is exciting, fulfilling and hopeful; then there are days where our tanks feels drained, self-doubt creeps in and you are...
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Most therapists would rather do almost anything else than spend time marketing their practices. So, they put it off and instead spend their time on what I call practice-building minutiae…...
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When we think of paperwork, we often think of associated terms like “boring,” “headache,” or “time-consuming.” However, my philosophy is that if we can find a way to infuse some...
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  • private practice finances
I’m pretty sure you’d never rip up a $100 bill that your client just handed you. But even the most prudent therapists sometimes throw away their hard earned money, not...
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~ A Guest Post by Laura Siniego, MFT, a CAMFT Certified Supervisor & Certified EMDR Therapist. I invite you to begin by reading You Can Do It, which offers a...
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