Separation, divorce, break ups…they are horrible. Painful, full of good-byes to all that was precious, or expected to be, in an intimate relationship. And like all humans, pain often makes even the best parents a little self-centered and short-sighted. As hard as it is for you to say good-bye to what you dreamed could be […]
Therapists who see continuing education as something just to get through are missing out. LMFTs (Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist) LPCCs (Licensed Professional Clinical Counselors) and LCSWs (Licensed Clinical Social Worker) are required to maintain current skills by completing continuing education (CEUs) requirements in order to renew their licenses. This isn’t just a requirement, it’s […]
Another fight, feels just like the last one. What was that one about? Do you even remember? Probably not, but you do know this feeling all too well. You want your relationship, but can it be sustained if it’s so painful? How did you even get here? You are certainly not alone. Modern couplehood is […]
Any good therapist will tell you, we all are in the “still learning” phase. . To my pre-licensed colleagues, and yes, you ARE colleagues, I say this: These are the most important years of your career. Get the most out of them. As pre-licensed therapists, your work now will influence you for the rest of your practice.
As a pre-licensed therapist, you will experience what is likely to be the steepest learning curve of your professional life. Your clients will challenge and educate you, help you build your skills and tap into your intellect and creativity. During this phase of your coming into your own as a pre-licensed therapist, support groups consisting […]
Imago therapy, founded by Harville Hendrix and Helen Hunt, shows couples how to not only minimize the hurt we unintentionally cause our partner, but to actually heal the old, bruised places in which they were originally wounded as we ourselves also heal. In the safe, contained environment provided by a Certified Imago Therapist, couples can […]
I love CEU classes for therapists. Really, I am not being sarcastic… sure, there’s a few duds out there, but for the most part, I am always glad I attended a class. I am (nearly) always so impressed with my colleagues’ intellect, creativity and research. I am especially grateful to those presenters who, as one […]