As a sex therapist and Human Sexuality educator, I feel very strongly about intimacy. This post describes the steps to building emotional intimacy, which is usually a precursor to sexual intimacy. When working with clients, it is paramount that we … Continue reading
Because of it’s social and informal nature, Twitter can be particularly problematic for therapists.
Many therapists refuse to use Facebook, thinking it can lead to all sorts of problems with clients. However, what they may not realize is that there is a safe way to use Facebook.
This week’s post will discuss specific ways in which crisis counselors can be helpful.
This weeks post will be about crisis counseling.
This week’s post is on Motivational Enhancement Therapy (MET): a common therapy utilized in substance abuse centers.
Family therapy is very different from individual therapy. In this post, I will discuss theory behind family therapy and why you might want to consider some MFT (marriage and family therapist) training.