Social anxiety can be debilitating, frustrating and can cause loneliness. While individual therapy can help you work through this issue, group therapy provides the opportunity to practice new skills and face your social anxiety in a controlled setting.
Clinical supervision groups can be a place to deepen your clinical skills, improve your work and grow. Use of self is one of the best ways to work with clients, and experiencing this process in a group with trusted colleagues is one of the best ways to learn this skill.
In a recent study of professional therapists, more than half of the participants reported “moderate to high burnout.” Many find that although they love the work they do, the loneliness and isolation of private practice can feel unbearable. To head
Private practice can be an exciting step for a new clinician, maybe even the dream you’ve been waiting for all these post-graduate years. You can be your own boss, do the clinical work you love, create your own schedule, and
We’ve never been more “connected.” Social media and a more global perspective seem to link us at a moment’s notice. Yet, somehow, loneliness still feels like an epidemic. Loneliness isn’t just about having access to more people, it’s about how you have
People are “connected” more than ever these days – social media, texting, video conferencing and even old-fashioned email help us continue to be available to family, friends and coworkers at all times. Distance learning and working from home allows us