Therapist Burnout

Before skimming this article, take a deep breath. Forget about the errands piling up on the to-do list for a moment. Use this time to appreciate yourself and the work you do. Most mental health professionals know exactly how to take care of their emotional selves, of course, because they

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Gifts for Therapists

Gifts matter most when there’s a personal touch behind them. Here’s a list to inspire gifts for therapists this holiday season. Think of these as adding value to your loved ones’ daily rituals. These mental health counselor gifts fall into several categories like useful tools for the home and office,

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Family Therapy – Theory & Types

Family therapy uses a wide variety of tactics to treat mental health because every family is different. To better understand your clients’ needs, decide which theory fits your therapy style and your client’s family the best. Family therapists are unique because they treat individuals ranging in age from children and

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Anxiety and Stress Relief Games

Games are a fun way for children, teenagers, and adults of all ages to relieve some stress in their daily lives. And now, many of these relaxing games are available on your handheld devices and hold top spots on the App Store. Well-known games like Tetris and Bejeweled II are

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Digital Therapy

Digital therapy revolutionizes mental healthcare by connecting millions of patients to their psychological providers. Specializing your education to include virtual therapy provides an advantage in the continuously adapting industry. Highly effective and popular psychological treatments include talk therapy like CBT or DBT, in which treatment easily transfers to an online

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Therapy Notes

Therapy notes help therapists recall the significant details of each client’s conversations in a clear, concise manner. Maintain a professional voice in your record-keeping and keep in mind that you should write for everyone who needs to access them. The American Psychological Association provides a framework for thirteen record-keeping guidelines.

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How to Become a Trauma Therapist

Trauma therapists treat patients who experience and survive traumatic incidents. To become a trauma therapist, you need to earn a psychology graduate degree. After receiving a degree, you need to build experience treating trauma survivors and maintain your competence with the latest training in trauma therapy. IN THIS POST 1.

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Establishing Boundaries with Patients

Establishing Boundaries with Patients

When you establish boundaries with patients, they act as a guideline for everyone in the therapeutic relationship. To ensure a successful relationship between the therapist and patient, therapeutic boundaries are vital. Dr. Nedra Glover Tawwab, licensed relationship therapist and NYT bestselling author, speaks about the different categories of boundaries in

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How to Become a Private Practice Therapist

If you’ve recently graduated, you’ll need to earn your license. Once you have your license, you’ll need to renew it. Renewing your license means continuing your education. Learn how to navigate virtual therapy and the digital reality of telehealth. Establish your emotional boundaries early on. Congratulations! You’ve done the hard

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How to Maintain Cultural Mindfulness in Your Psychotherapy Career

The United States is an ever-growing landscape of multicultural individuals. Learning to incorporate a diverse practice in your psychotherapy career expands the care you are able to provide to your clients. Racial or ethnic backgrounds may require a different approach to mental healthcare because of cultural stigmatization and barriers that

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