But First Do No Harm

But First Do No Harm I don’t know if some have forgotten this lesson. Perhaps it is increasingly overlooked. The concept of reducing the risk for harm is still a vital component to effective therapy. Like every other type of service, the quality of what you receive is dependent upon the person providing the service. … Read more

If You Want More, Stop Accepting Less

Victimized? This week I had the great fortune of engaging in meaningful dialogue with a group of my supervisees. There were many topics up for discussion but one really captured my attention – “How do we find work in the field that is not traumatizing?” This may seem like a loaded question, but I don’t … Read more

When You’re Not at Your Best…Keep Your Head Up

The Therapist is a Human Being At different times in your life and for various reasons, you will not be at your best. If you are a psychotherapist, coach, teacher or really if you do anything at all…not being at your best can be frustrating. Your responsibilities don’t go away even when you need a … Read more

Entrepreneurship – Do More Than Follow Your Passion

Follow Your Passion? Today I gave some simple business advice to a colleague. The kind that I typically reserve for my consultation/coaching clients. She described a challenge that so many business owners face. She has a menu of valuable services and she is great at what she does and she loves her work. Like many … Read more