Relaxation Costs Nothing and Makes a Sweet Mother’s Day Gift

R.E.A.L. Social Workers

Is there a doctor, nurse, or therapist in the house? Mothers’ Day is the day that we celebrate the ones who gave us life. We make breakfast and serve it in bed, or we take her out to dinner. Some spend lots of money buying the biggest, prettiest, and freshest bouquet of flowers.

Free Yourself from Worrying About Change

R.E.A.L. Social Workers

You may need to see a therapist or life coach to help you work through the hindering belief. These are questions that a therapist will ask as the two of you process the information together. How often do you find yourself worrying about a situation, impending event, or the past?

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Exposing the Right-Wing & Corporate Takeover of Education & Democracy - Jasmine Banks

Doin' The Work

Jasmine also shares how she got into this work and talks about working as a therapist. Jasmine also shares how she got into this work and talks about working as a therapist. Episode 50 Guest: Jasmine Banks Host: Shimon Cohen, LCSW. www.dointhework.com. Listen/Subscribe on: Apple Podcasts , Google Podcasts , Stitcher , Spotify. Follow on Twitter & Instagram , Like on Facebook. Join the mailing list Support the podcast Download transcript.

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Transformational Healing & Critical Race Theory in Practice - Nicole Vazquez, MSW, MPP & Susana Victoria Parras, LCSW, PPSC

Doin' The Work

Susana is a justice/healing based therapist in South Central, Los Angeles, California, and a former school social worker. Susana is a justice/healing based therapist in South Central, Los Angeles, California, and a former school social worker. Episode 42 Guests: Nicole Vazquez, MSW, MPP & Susana Victoria Parras, LCSW, PPSC Host: Shimon Cohen, LCSW. www.dointhework.com. Listen/Subscribe on: Apple Podcasts , Google Podcasts , Stitcher , Spotify.

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Anti-Racist, Anti-Oppressive Mental Health - Hayden Dawes, LCSW

Doin' The Work

In this episode, I talk with Hayden Dawes, who is a PhD student, researcher, therapist, clinical social worker, speaker, and compassion warrior in Greensboro, North Carolina. Hayden emphasizes the need for White therapists to talk about race and racism with White clients and how racism should not only be a conversation for Black and Brown folks. Episode 41 Guest: Hayden Dawes, LCSW Host: Shimon Cohen, LCSW. www.dointhework.com.

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Mental Health, Community Violence, Culturally Effective Practice - Myriam Bernardo, MSW, RCSWI

Doin' The Work

Join the mailing list Support the podcast Download transcript In this episode, I talk with Myriam Bernardo, who is a therapist at Community Connections for Life in Miami, Florida. Join the mailing list Support the podcast Download transcript In this episode, I talk with Myriam Bernardo, who is a therapist at Community Connections for Life in Miami, Florida. Episode 10 Guest: Myriam Bernardo, MSW, RCSWI Host: Shimon Cohen, LCSW www.dointhework.com.

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Vocational Counseling in a Changing Landscape

Counselor Toolbox podcast

ONet provides an online resource to identify career skills and abilities and jobs that fit the person - The first 6 months of employment often require significant support from a coach/sponsor/therapist - Maintaining Motivation - Identifying family of origin issues Summary - Employment provides a variety of benefits to the person in recovery - Self-Esteem - Structure - Financial independence - Social Support - A safe(er) place to practice new skills.

How to Choose a Therapist: Tips and Fits

Stop Abuse Campaign

In this article, we’ll discuss how to choose the right therapist for you. Tips for choosing a therapist. The most important element in choosing a therapist or counselor is the rapport that develops between your therapist and you as the client. .

The Promise of Data Informed Patient-Therapist Matching: Context Matters

Society of Clinical Psychology

It may come as no surprise to patients and therapists to hear that the therapist matters when it comes to the quality of psychotherapy. Findings from psychotherapy outcome research have “caught up” to anecdote and patient and therapist intuition.

Heart Path Therapy® for Therapists

University of Connecticut

Heart Path Therapy® for Therapists combines powerful healing approaches from ancient spiritual wisdom combined with guided imagery, Family Constellations, inner child work, sound healing, and energy psychology. Franklin will provide a “practitioners introduction” to Heart Path Therapy® to help you significantly on your healing path and inspire your creative gifts as a therapist. learn about the available options for more in-depth training in Heart Path Therapy® for Therapists

The Delicate Balancing of the Couples Therapist

American Board of Clinical Social Work

Most forms of psychotherapy require that the therapist perform a “delicate balancing act” between competing forces. In Neurodynamic Couples Therapy, there are primarily three areas in which the delicate balancing of the couples therapist is required for therapeutic success. Danger — Maintaining an atmosphere of safety in the therapist’s office is a cornerstone of effective treatment.

Day in the Life of an NYC Therapist

Social Work Bubble

Being a therapist and social worker can make for chaotic days and constantly changing schedules. Here is the breakdown of my daily schedule (generally speaking) and what my days look like as a therapist in New York City. Being a therapist and social worker can be tremendously difficult.

11 New Year Resolutions for the Social Worker & Therapist

Social Work Bubble

These goals will get me started on having a phenomenal year as a therapist, but also as a human. social work 2021 career counseling counselor goals mentalhealth motivation newyear newyearresolutions psychology resolutions smart smartgoals socialwork socialworker therapist therapy

Observing therapist-patient interactions to predict dropout from psychotherapy

Society of Clinical Psychology

4) Therapist characteristics: Therapists vary greatly in their dropout rates (1-73%), suggesting that not all therapists are equally capable of creating a bond with patients and motivating them to complete treatment (Saxon et al., Capturing therapist-patient interactions.

Finding and Choosing a Therapist for Yourself or Your Child

Parenthood Understood

Finding and Choosing a Therapist for Yourself or your Child: Way More than You Ever Wanted to Know. Finding a good therapist who is a match for you and your particular needs can be frustratingly difficult. Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist (LMFT).

A Conversation with legendary music therapist Dr. Russell Hilliard.

Hospice Chaplaincy

In today’s episode, Saul talks to Dr. Russell Hilliard about his journey and the impact of music therapy in death, dying and grief. Dr. Hilliard is the Senior VP, Patient Experience & Staff Development at AccentCare Hospice and the Founder of the Center for Music Therapy in End of Life Care. His research, advocacy, and […]. Podcast Dr. Russell Hilliard Dr. Saul Ebema Russell Hilliard Saul Ebema

#StandWithAAPI: Anti-Asian Racism Resources for Social Workers and Therapists

Social Work.Career

The post #StandWithAAPI: Anti-Asian Racism Resources for Social Workers and Therapists appeared first on SocialWork.Career.

The Only Guide You Need to Become Your Own Therapist

Social Work Haven

As a result, I will be discussing some ideas on how to be your own therapist. By all means be your own therapist until you can’t be any more and need someone else. However, therapists have highlighted that focusing on a particular area over a period of time is the right approach.

7 Powerful Steps to Successfully Being Your Own Therapist

The How to Social Worker

7 Powerful Steps to Successfully Being Your Own Therapist. Being your own therapist isn't easy. 7 Powerful Steps to Successfully Being Your Own Therapist. The How to Social Worker. These steps walk you through self therapy to take control of your emotions.

50 Amazing Journal Prompts for Mental Health from Therapists

The How to Social Worker

50 Amazing Journal Prompts for Mental Health from Therapists. 50 Amazing Journal Prompts for Mental Health from Therapists. The How to Social Worker. Benefits of Mental Health Journaling Journaling is a severely underrated activity.

Guest Post: 27 Self-Love Tips from a Therapist by Heather

Bipolar Bandit

This post provides 27 tips on how to love yourself written by a therapist who has helped many clients learn how to love themselves more deeply over the years. How to love yourself – 27 self-love tips from a therapist.

Bringing My Whole Self to Therapy

My Brains Not Broken

A few months ago, a big part of my mental health routine was thrown off pretty heavily when I had to abruptly stop seeing my therapist. But in the past few months, I’ve been able to connect with a new therapist and start working toward goals of mental wellness and healthiness.

Training therapists in evidence-based mental health interventions: What works and what holds promise for the future?

Society of Clinical Psychology

By the time she presented to the specialty clinic, she had seen a number of therapists and had little hope for improvement, stating that “nothing worked before.” Since these early reviews, many studies examining therapist training in evidence-based interventions have been published.

Questions people have when starting therapy

Blurt It Out

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TDC’s 6HR Suicide Training is Here!

Therapist Development Center

Treating suicidality is scary for both the patient and the therapist. appeared first on Therapist Development Center Blog. Imagine sitting on the Edge of Life with the person in the picture. What emotions do you experience? What physical sensations arise? What thoughts do you have?

Modifying My Approach to Therapy

My Brains Not Broken

I’ve been to…a decent number of therapists over the years, and though I’ve found short-term success with a few, I’ve never been able to find long-term success. General mental health mental wellness therapists therapy

Guest Post: PTSD vs C-PTSD by APN Lodge

Bipolar Bandit

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Guest Post: Gaslighting and Insecurities in a Relationship by Transformative Mindset

Bipolar Bandit

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MFT Practice Question: Suicide

Therapist Development Center

The post MFT Practice Question: Suicide appeared first on Therapist Development Center Blog. In this month’s MFT FREE practice question we are talking about suicide.

Terminating in Social Work: 2 Pathways for Ending Therapy

Social Work Bubble

Leaving is the hard part, even for therapists. If you are able to get in touch with the client, try creating a therapist-client contract. This is a signed contract between the therapist and the client, and shows that both parties agree to x number of sessions in 1 month.

Micro, Mezzo & Macro Social Work

Social Work Bubble

Uncategorized advocacy aswb community counseling counselor lcsw lmsw macro mentalhealth mezzo micro nonprofit policy reseaerch socialjustice socialwork socialworker therapist therapySocial workers have roles in many levels of society – micro, mezzo, and macro.

Guest Post: Never Lose Hope, Even When Times Feel Hopeless: Seasons Change by Shannon Mick

Bipolar Bandit

Uncategorized change counselor hope mental health therapistNever lose hope because things can change. Circumstances and situations change, sometimes in the blink of an eye and sometimes over a few years. I like spending time outdoors, so I think of change as weather patterns and seasons.

6 Signs of a Great Social Work Supervisor

Social Work Bubble

They are both therapist-centered and client-centered. Agencies can be both therapist and client-centered, and it ultimately comes down to policy practices and expectations. Uncategorized lcsw lmsw mentalhealth privatepractice socialwork socialworker supervision therapist

ASWB Exam Prep: Gestalt Therapy

Therapist Development Center

The post ASWB Exam Prep: Gestalt Therapy appeared first on Therapist Development Center Blog. One of the challenges of the ASWB LMSW and LCSW exams are the breadth of content that can be tested. One particularly dense area of content are the many therapy theories.

LCSW Exam Prep: Clinical Documentation

Therapist Development Center

The post LCSW Exam Prep: Clinical Documentation appeared first on Therapist Development Center Blog. This month’s ASWB LMSW and LCSW topic is one that is important well beyond the exam: Clinical Documentation. Even our code of ethics speaks to the importance of clinical documentation.

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Blogs Written by The Parents of Someone Who Has Bipolar Disorder

Bipolar Bandit

Bipolar Bandit’s Story. My mom wrote these: (Click on title to be brought to the article.). Part 1 How having a mentally ill child affects the famil y. Part 2: Trying to Figure out What was Wrong with my Dau g hter. Part 3: My Daughter’s Diagnosis and my Reaction.

Signs of Child Abuse & Neglect

Social Work Bubble

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Applicants Wanted for our CE Oversight Committee!

Therapist Development Center

Dear TDC Community Member, The Therapist Development Center is recruiting members for our new Continuing Education Oversight Committee. We plan to bring together a diverse group of LICENSED therapists from a range of clinical backgrounds to provide quality assurance through … Continued.

15 Best Play Therapy Blogs and Websites

Creative Play Therapist

Creative Play Therapist was ranked as number 12! The best Play Therapy blog list is curated from thousands of blogs on the web and ranked by traffic, social media followers, domain authority & freshness compiled by FeedSpot. Click here to view the whole list

Guest Post: Interview with Author of Breakdown: A Clinician’s Experience in a Broken System of Emergency Psychiatry

Bipolar Bandit

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