Category Archives: Clinical Supervision

Stand Out

Wherever you are in your career or job search, be thinking, what makes me interesting? What will set me apart from other qualified candidates? Some HR people call it your personal brand. I call it, “What makes you special?” –PHIL … Continue reading

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Unspoken Past

Why would my wife keep love letters and other keepsakes from past relationships and not tell me about them? I happened upon these boxes in the basement after a recent flood. It’s very confusing, especially since I told her all … Continue reading

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 Awkward Date

I went on a date last week and we really hit it off. We’ve gone on two dates and have been texting each other a lot in between the first and second date. However, after the second date, things got … Continue reading

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Splitting the Check

Long story short, I paid for our first dinner, and he paid for our second, I went to the bathroom and when I came back, he had already paid. I said, “I can pay you half or I can get … Continue reading

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Therapeutic Word of the Day

In therapy, I learned a term that stuck with me: flooded. When someone is yelling and attacking you or misinterpreting you, you are allowed to say “Stop, I’m flooded. I can’t hear you anymore. Your words aren’t landing.” It means … Continue reading

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