How to Help Your Clients Start Practicing Mindfulness

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

The Benefits of Movement for Virtual Practitioners

Truth be told, I barely leave my home office on the days I’m running my virtual practice. I’m embarrassed to … Continued

Combating Professional Burnout in Practitioners and Caregivers

A few years ago, I was in my mid-30s and seemed to really be hitting my stride in a lot … Continued

How to Take a Vacation as a Private Practitioner

More and more people are going to therapy. Over the last twenty years or so, the number of adults seeking … Continued

Managing Disordered Eating Patterns During the Holidays

American culture is heavily centered around food—including messaging and judgments about how much food we consume, how much weight we’ve … Continued

Learning to Love Contradictions

Like every other human walking this earth, I’ve struggled to step outside of the narrow one-sided view my brain presents … Continued

Navigating Your Way Out of Trauma

At its core, human nature is pretty simple. It’s an animal instinct—we move toward what feels good and matters to … Continued

Is Your Mentor Failing You?

Regardless of what stage of your career you’re in, private practice can get lonely. And that’s especially the case for … Continued

The Importance of Community as an Entrepreneur

Being an entrepreneur can be lonely, yet no one seems to talk about it. As a business owner, there’s no … Continued