4 Ways Therapists Can Overcome Imposter Syndrome

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

Young Clinicians of Color Feel Burnout the Most. Why?

Mental health professionals across the board are feeling burnt out and exhausted after a year of offering care through a … Continued

Overcoming Personal Barriers to Self-Care

As part of my work and personal experience with burnout, I created a tool to help myself and other practitioners … Continued

What We’re Eating—May 2021

After a year of cooking at home, we’ve been on the hunt for new recipes to try. If you feel … Continued

Creating an Affordable and Sustainable Self-Care Plan

Sometimes, I feel like a bit of a hypocrite. As a psychotherapist, I spend a lot of my day encouraging … Continued

Why I Joined a Professional Reading Group, And Why You Should Too

Even though our profession is based on connection, private practice can actually be quite lonely. Early in my career, I … Continued

How to Help Your Clients Start Practicing Mindfulness

As a clinician who regularly incorporates mindfulness into my sessions, I’ve learned over the years how not to bring it … Continued

The Anatomy of a Fee: How to Achieve Financial Self-Care

What’s really included in a fee? Just because you’re charging $125 for a session doesn’t mean you’re banking that entire … Continued