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Therapeutic Words

If there’s a specific behavior you want to change, a cognitive behavior therapist might be helpful; if your interested in self-reflection, interpersonal or psychodynamic approaches might work best. If relationship issues are key, couples or family therapy may be indicated. … Continue reading

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Making Rules & Setting Limits

Student’s description of competency and areas for growth________ and I discussed boundaries at length this quarter, as there are many gray areas. For example, this quarter we obtained a partnership to get free healthy food options from the farmers market. … Continue reading

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Therapy through the Decades

Comical Explanation

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Authentic Self

Practicum instructor evaluation of student’s competency and areas for growth _________ is very respectful of the youth and diversity that is _________. _________ is extremely competent in cultural awareness and is helping the youth be culturally aware by arranging a … Continue reading

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Addressing the escalating psychiatrist shortage

The title of the article “Lack of Psychiatrist Creates an Access Problem in Oregon” caught my eye. I sat down to read it and the following paragraph “Pincus said the undersupply of psychiatrists could be due to a number of … Continue reading

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