Have Your Yes, and Have Your No

We speak with clients all the time about healthy boundaries. This is important in creating a healthy life balance. We as counselors and therapists are no different. We all have our own way of doing things and managing our work, but the greatest gift I have given myself in the last few years is the […]

When You Commit To Others, They Will Commit to You

This month I wanted to write about the 3 minute elevator pitch that we have heard about in marketing circles for years designed to help you get your work and name out there.  I have a bit of a variation on that pitch, and it relays to the previous “Note” related to listening. Each time […]

Walking With

I have worked at a variety of places since I started out on my journey, and it took me some time to realize that it was up to me to create the space where I felt best at my work. Other therapists may find this right away working with a group practice, but I did […]

Ready or Not!

In the field of developmental psychology we tend to hear the term readiness.  When our cognitive, emotional, and physical development syncs we have a certain ability ,or readiness, to grow and further develop. This concept can apply to our client’s psychosocial development, too.  With each session we assess how our clients are functioning in their […]