BLOGS: FOR THERAPISTS BY THERAPISTS

Counseling Ethics

5 min read

Hurt people hurt people? When Good Therapists Cause Harm

In working with a diverse range of helping professionals, including undergraduate psychology students, fellow counselors (and other mental health...

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Images of an LGBTQI supportive therapy office

7 min read

Clinical Insights into LGBTQ+ Counseling

Discover clinical approaches and skills for effectively working with LGBTQ populations in therapy sessions.

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Therapist sitting

5 min read

On Being a therapist's therapist

Here’s a question to consider—Are you a therapist’s therapist? Do you advocate for other therapists, and do you offer beneficence when the...

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Trans paperairplane

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Therapists and Transcare: An Interview with Zach Hebert, LPC, NCC, PhD

One of the greatest pleasures I have in life are the friendships I've made along the way in my journey to becoming a therapist. For the most part,...

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The Dance of Therapy | Treatment Interfering Behaviors | Undertreating

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The Dance of Therapy: Attunement, Undertreating and TIBs

In the realm of therapy, there exists a dance, a rhythmic ebb and flow, where connection is fostered through attunement. This dance is a crucial part...

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Scales

3 min read

The Potential for Harm: Ethical Considerations in Counseling

As I continue to evolve in my professional identity, a lingering question has begun to consume my thoughts. Despite the extensive training and...

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The Benefits and Challenges of Mental Health Consultation: Insights from The Collective

Consultation within the context of mental health is something every therapist should be familiar with and engage in--yet there is this anxious...

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Cults and Therapy : Ethics of Practice

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Exploring Parallels: Cults and Therapy - Ensuring Safety and Accountability

Any show on cults I fervishly watch in disbelief, fascination, and awe. It will suck me in, as I try to figure out the allure of its participants and...

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