The Cost of Insincerity & Other Barriers to Ethical Behavior

What if We Told the Unvarnished Truth? There is something about honesty that is both simple and complex. It is perhaps necessary and socially acceptable to not always share our genuine thoughts like: “I don’t like the gift you gave me.” “You look fat in those jeans.” These are examples of the harm being very … Read more

“Tabula Rasa” and The Art of Self Disclosure: It’s Not About Us…It’s About Them

As many of you know, I’m a counselor, coach, consultant and trainer; however my largest role in the past 8-10 years has been clinical supervisor. Clinical Supervision Supervision in counseling means something very different than it does in other fields. The clinical supervisor is: an ally; a mentor; a teacher; an evaluator; a guide; a … Read more

TeleHealth Board Rules Do Apply to You – Therapists and Supervisors!

This week’s post is primarily for licensed and associate licensed counselors, social workers and marriage & family therapists in the state of Georgia. So if that doesn’t apply to you, no worries… I’ll have more general content next week! To view a copy of the new board rule, check out this link posted by┬áRaymond Barrett, … Read more