Tag Archives: mental illness

The Scenario – Pages of a Career Journal

Interviewed with _____ for an on-call program coordinator position. They gave me the following scenario question: “You smell marijuana, you have a client at your elbow trying to look at the confidential sign in book, and you have two clients … Continue reading

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Making of a Therapist 🌱

This was probably one of the few quarters I didn’t mind paying to be the help. I was allowed to complete biopsychosocial (BPS) assessments. BPS framework is an approach that emphasizes the importance of a systemic view of the individual … Continue reading

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Prescription Drug Ad

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‘New Policy’ Bans Street People

“Talk to supervisor”  It seems like these have become the go-to bar of choice. To my knowledge, nobody who’s currently on the list has called or come by trying to meet with me, yet people continue getting added to it, … Continue reading

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Confidentiality Hot Seat

The headline “Insurers In Kansas Asking Mental-Health Providers For Notes ” hit me like a punch in the face. I am not sure why as 1) I strongly believe every therapist should have the confidentiality, payment, and boundary talk with … Continue reading

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