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Addressing Resistance and Ambivalence in Group Therapy

Addressing Resistance to Increase Participation in Group Therapy

By Eric Patterson | MSCP, NCC, LPC June 1, 2024

Addressing Resistance to Increase Participation in Group Therapy Ideally, the therapy group would run smoothly, all the participants would walk away feeling fulfilled, and the…

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Recognizing Highly Sensitive Person Traits in Clinical Practice

By Kaylee Kron, LMSW May 8, 2024

Recognizing Highly Sensitive Person Traits in Clinical Practice: What Every Clinician Should Know An Introduction to Highly Sensitive Person Traits In 1997, Elaine N. Aron,…

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Navigating Diagnostic Challenges: Borderline Personality Disorder vs Bipolar Disorder

By Katie Bendel - LCSW April 30, 2024

Navigating Diagnostic Challenges: Borderline Personality Disorder vs Bipolar Disorder Borderline personality disorder (BPD) and bipolar disorder (BD) can be easily confused with one another. Not…

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Managing Transference and Countertransference in Therapy

By October Boyles, DNP, MSN, BSN, RN April 26, 2024

Therapist Self-Care: Managing Transference and Countertransference in Patient Care and Treatment If you are a mental health professional, you understand just how nuanced the dynamics…

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Emotionally Focused Couples Therapy: The Roadmap to Connection

By Meredith Nisbet MS, LMFT, CEDS-C, RYT-200 April 18, 2024

Emotionally Focused Couples Therapy: The Roadmap to Connection What is Emotionally Focused Therapy (EFT)? Emotionally Focused Therapy (EFT), the therapeutic brainchild of Dr. Sue Johnson,…

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Establishing Effective Ground Rules for Successful Group Therapy

Benefits of Group Therapy: Why Therapists Should Start Groups

By Eric Patterson | MSCP, NCC, LPC April 15, 2024

The Benefits of Group Therapy: Why More Therapists Should Start Groups Group therapy is a highly beneficial, but often underutilized tool, for people with a…

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The Loneliness Epidemic: Critical Insights for Behavioral Health Professionals

By Kaylee Kron, LMSW April 12, 2024

The Loneliness Epidemic: Critical Insights for Behavioral Health Professionals In recent years, the loneliness epidemic in the United States, and particularly within younger generations has…

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Using Nutrition to Cope with Stress as a Behavioral Health Provider

By Zeina Wu - RD, LDN, CEDRD April 2, 2024

From Burnout to Balance: Using Nutrition to Cope with Stress as a Behavioral Health Provider Do you often feel like your days are jam-packed? A…

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Somatic Experiencing for Trauma Recovery: Integrating Body-Oriented Techniques in Therapy

By Sara Blevins-Ranes, MA, LPC, ATR March 28, 2024

Somatic Experiencing for Trauma Recovery: Integrating Body-Oriented Techniques in Therapy Somatic experiencing (SE) is a type of body-centered psychotherapy that incorporates a holistic approach to…

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Mastering ASAM Levels of Care: Strategies for Effective Treatment Planning

By Eric Patterson | MSCP, NCC, LPC March 21, 2024

Mastering ASAM Levels of Care: Strategies for Effective Treatment Planning The American Society of Addiction Medicine (ASAM) is one of the leading organizations in the…

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