Monthly Archives: November 2015

Holiday Boundaries

“Can I buy a gift for my client?” “Can I accept gifts?” “Can clients and students give each other gifts?” Some clinicians may say NO giving clients gifts, others may say it’s a grey area. My opinion as a clinician … Continue reading

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Gratitude

Gratitude unlocks the fullness of life. It turns what we have into enough, and more. It turns denial into acceptance, chaos to order, confusion to clarity. It can turn a meal into a feast, a house into a home, a … Continue reading

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Perspective- pages of a career journal

Yesterday I spoke with my younger sibling, who informed me I sounded sleepy. My reply was I work 14 hour days. My sibling replied “Dang!” OK it was really only eight hours working, and the rest is internship. My sibling’s … Continue reading

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How do I give to charity?

It never fails. Every year some person who means well asks me several questions in regards to gift giving and boundaries. Therefore, for the next five weeks I will address the question and provide my clinical answer. I spent several … Continue reading

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Something New – Pages of a Career Journal

  This is my professional journal, so I have to let you know my secret. I love a good home made card and photography. I entered four of my photos into the annual credit union calendar contest. The winner will … Continue reading

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