Is EMDR Therapy Right for Your Practice?

Is EMDR Therapy Right for Your Practice?

Individuals who experience real-life traumas can benefit from the healing magic of EMDR therapy. Not that it is a magic cure, … Continued

Why Some People Lie in Therapy

The therapeutic relationship is built on good faith. Clients share deeply personal information about their emotional and relationship struggles in … Continued

Addressing Sexual Desire Discrepancy in Couples

Humans are unique in that they attach meaning to sexuality. We’ve seen that sexuality affects couples physically, emotionally, relationally, and … Continued

The Evolution of the SOAP Note

Anyone working in private practice knows the importance of keeping detailed and thorough notes. They’re an integral part of treatment. … Continued

Embracing Cultural Humility for the Mixed Race Population

 My 13-year-old client Tina* began our session saying she had something serious she wanted to talk about. She said, “We … Continued

Are You Missing Eating Disorders in Your Practice?

Many therapists don’t get adequate training on how to identify and treat eating disorders. If I hadn’t decided to do … Continued

5 Minutes to Better HIPAA Compliance

In December 2020, a Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) audit found that even before the pandemic, the overwhelming … Continued

The Relationship Between Mental Health and Occupational Therapy

 The motto of occupational therapy is “Living life to its fullest.” In order to help their clients do that, occupational … Continued

When Does a Therapist Have to Break Confidentiality?

Confidentiality is a cornerstone of therapeutic treatment. It gives clients seeking services the knowledge and comfort that they can be … Continued

Language Matters: Identity-First vs. Person-First Language

Do we say a “child with autism” or “an autistic child”? The way society views disability is changing, and so … Continued