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 to Leave a Job and When to Stay

Work: Necessity or Choice? One of the most challenging decisions in one’s career is deciding when to leave a job. A person’s livelihood, whether it be their job or their own business, is vital to their well being. For most people, working is a necessity and a means to an income. Obviously without an income … Read more

Do you have a niche?

Do you have a niche for your practice? Do you have a niche for your practice? What is your area of specialty? Are people contacting you in relation to your niche? Many marketing and sales specialists teach people to focus on developing their niche. The whole idea is to define your ideal client and explore … Read more

20 Years of Being a Therapist: A Labor of Love

No Vision, No Plan In July 1997, I was half way through my 1st year practicing psychotherapy. I selected an internship site that required a 20 hour a week 12 month commitment. At the time, I literally had no vision or thoughts about what my future would be in the field. I simply set out … Read more