Guest author: Deb Legge, PhD, CRC, LMHC If you are holding off on your marketing efforts because you feel you haven’t found that “MAGICAL" thing that will get you noticed, here’s a secret you should know… “Magic” comes in many forms! As a mental … Continue reading 7 simple (yet powerful) ways to stand out in the crowd and get more clients!
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
Guest author: Erica Zulawski, MS, LMSW Through my personal and professional experience with veterans, I have come to understand the unique needs and challenges some male and female veterans experience when readjusting to civilian life. Many veterans say that the military has forever changed them, especially if deployed to areas of combat or conflict. When … Continue reading When Veterans and Their Families Come for Help: What Service Providers Need to Know
Wow…I was blown away when I read In the Ogre’s Lair: Seeing Light in Shadow by J. Scott Janssen, LCSW, in The New Social Worker Magazine. Scott tells a powerful story of helping a challenging client who was hiding behind his ‘curtain’, behind a very big and intimidating wall. What a blessing it was for … Continue reading Behind the Human Curtain: The Courage to Look
I spent a day with Scott D. Miller, PhD, watching him training people on the power of the therapeutic relationship and how to assess client satisfaction and outcomes with performance metrics for session and outcome rating tools. Since then, I have been fascinated by the healing power of the therapeutic relationship and its relationship to … Continue reading Therapeutic Relationships: What more do you need?