Category: Solution-Focused

3 Ways to Transform Your Experience of Supervision

3 Ways to Transform Your Experience of Supervision

  “Water the flowers, not the weeds.”  Fletcher Peacock  Guest Author: Daniel Lawson, LMHC, CASAC Clinical work can be incredibly difficult and fraught with multi-layered problems.  It is for these reasons that supervision is a must for all of us, should we desire to develop our practice and enhance the clinical skills of our staff. Sometimes, … Continue reading 3 Ways to Transform Your Experience of Supervision

Men and Trauma: 5 Dynamic, Solution-Focused Questions to Use in Therapy

Guest Author: Daniel Lawson, LMHC, CASAC             “I am not what happened to me, I am what I choose to become.” -  Karl Jung Jung penned these words in 1965, and I find myself returning to them often in my work. The intention of this blog post is to provide … Continue reading Men and Trauma: 5 Dynamic, Solution-Focused Questions to Use in Therapy