Monotasking: How We Reclaim Our Attention

Monotasking: How We Reclaim Our Attention

Over the past two years, we’ve all experienced the boundaries in our lives collapse. The lines between work, school, and … Continued

Time Management Tips for Therapists

‘Tis the season to be . . . flustered? That’s how the tune goes, right? Maybe it’s just me, but … Continued

Using Gratitude to Overcome the Comparative Suffering Trap

I’m a dual citizen of the US and Canada. This has some pros and cons, but one of the biggest … Continued

Setting Healthy Boundaries as a Helping Professional

There is a clip in an episode of season 3 of the sitcom Seinfeld where Jerry goes to pick up … Continued

Managing Pandemic Stress for Established Working Moms

The past eighteen months have been uncertain for everyone, but that doesn’t mean the usual life changes have stopped happening. … Continued

Practicing Self-Compassion as a Therapist

It’s an unusual job we’ve chosen for ourselves as helping professionals. Each day, we open our ears to our clients’ … Continued

This Clinician Embodies Mindfulness In Private Practice—With Powerful Results

Many people have an incomplete picture of what a mindfulness practice entails. Before she started a practice of her own, … Continued

4 Ways Therapists Can Overcome Imposter Syndrome

If you suffer from imposter syndrome as a therapist, you’re not alone. Even therapists who have been in the business … Continued

Sacrificial Helping Syndrome: Why Do We Give More Than We Have?

Most of us became therapists because we want to help people. Maybe we’ve entered this profession because something traumatic or … Continued

Facing the Shadow Side of Empathy

I get approached by strangers a lot. Whether it’s someone asking for directions, wondering what time it is, or small … Continued