Treating Non-Suicidal Self-Injury Requires a Wide Lens

Treating Non-Suicidal Self-Injury Requires a Wide Lens

I wasn’t going to be a therapist. In fact, psychology wasn’t even on my radar in my young adulthood. I … Continued

What We’re Reading — October 2020

“Normal” is a word we’ve been hearing a lot of in the past few months. Early in the spring, people … Continued

Narrative Therapy as a Form of Healing

Humans are inherently storytellers. Cultures across the world have used stories throughout generations to share their histories, cautionary tales, and … Continued

How The Yogini RD Started a Private Practice in 2020

It may seem crazy to try to build a business during a global pandemic, but for Jamie Mok, MS, RDN, … Continued

What We’re Reading – September 2020

In just the first six months of 2020, so many tenets of American society have been thrown into question. Now, … Continued

15 Lessons from a First-Year Private Practice Dietitian

Disclaimer: This article was originally published August 17th, 2020 on One year ago I quit my full-time job to work … Continued

6 Things Every New Therapist Needs to Know

If you’re a therapist who has recently graduated and is still in the very early stages of your career, it … Continued

What We’re Reading – August 2020

Therapy, online dating, discussions about race, class, and gender—everything in the year of a global pandemic is under review and … Continued

Balancing Motherhood and a Private Practice

“I knew that becoming a new parent was going to be hard. I feel really, really proud that part of … Continued

The Secret to an Entrepreneurial Mindset

Do you consider yourself an entrepreneurial practitioner?  It can be challenging to think of yourself as an entrepreneur. You may … Continued