Category: Provider Resources
Creating a Strong Sense of Connection with Virtual Clients
Gain the tools you need to create a solid foundation of connection and alliance, and be as effective virtually as you are in the session room.
Disenfranchised Grief: How to Recognize It and Provide the Right Support
As therapists, we need to be aware of what disenfranchised grief is, how it shows up, and what our clients need to effectively manage their mental health.
Grief: New Perspectives in Treatment
Everyone copes with the various kinds of grief in different ways. As a therapist, what’s most important is to identify how your client processes grief provide support in the unique way they need it. Here are six ways to do this effectively.
Understanding Intersectionality: Providing a Safe Space for LGBTQIA+ Clients
As a provider in an ever-increasing global community, chances are you’re going to have LGBTQIA+ clients who also identify with a racial or ethnic background or a disability. Take these steps to send the message that we’re a safe space for treatment.
Riding the Waves of Life with Josh Dauner, LPC
Josh talks about his approach, what he finds meaningful as a therapist, what he’s learned over the years, and most importantly, how he manages his own mental health.
The Counseling Compact: Celebrating This Mental Health Milestone
The Counseling Compact allows professional counselors who are licensed and residing in a compact member state to practice in other compact member states without the need for multiple licenses.
Blog Writing Best Practices for Mental Health Clinicians
Blogging is an opportunity to build your personal brand and gain credibility in your area(s) of expertise. It gives you a platform to educate, inform, and engage potential clients, and establish yourself as a leader in your field.
Eliminating Barriers and Elevating Care for Children and Families
Imagine how communities may be strengthened and families might be more resilient if we eliminated all barriers and elevated the importance of mental health care.
4 Ways to Prepare for Tax Season & Beyond
When I started my private practice in 2019, I was worried about the usual things: getting clients, choosing a note and billing system, developing the necessary forms, and most significantly, being a “good enough” therapist to actually help people. It wasn’t until February, when the dreaded tax forms started rolling in, that I realized I […]