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For Therapists

Group Supervision for Therapists in Maryland

Ever feel like everyone else is handling this career smoothly and you are drowning? Ever wonder if other areas of social work have similar difficulties and successes? Why does a career that is all about connecting with people feel isolating at times? Group supervision is one way to combat these things. Well, I'm here to tell you not only why it's so important, but what it should feel like when you have GOOD group supervision!

finding the right therapist
Adults, For Therapists

Finding the Right Therapist: Part 2

You might be relieved to know that more than any other factor, the quality of the relationship has the most significant impact on positive therapeutic outcomes. In other words, your alliance and the agreement on goals is the most important factor. This leads me to 4 qualities to be on the look-out for when finding a therapist.

Antiracism, For Therapists

Thoughts On White Allyship

Let me start by saying I am not an expert on Social Justice issues. I, like many of you may be, am on my own racial identity path and allyship journey. I'm striving to be an ally to my neighbors, friends, and colleagues of color. I am striving to listen, educate myself, speak up in my white spaces, and take action towards change. This is not easy and it takes intentionality. The important part is not letting the fear of getting it wrong prevent me from doing something. Hence, I share my thoughts in this blog even if it is not perfect.

parents talking to their teens therapist when they're concerned about their child's progress in teen therapy
For Therapists, Parent Coaching, Teenagers

So You Want to Talk To Your Child’s Teen Therapist

If you are the parent of a teen in therapy, you may have questions about confidentiality with your teen's therapist. Here are the 9 most common reasons why parent's want to reach out to their kids' therapist, why it doesn't work, and the better ways to handle each situation, which is almost always to include your child in the conversation with their therapist. Implementing these tips will help protect confidentiality with your teen's therapist.