Tag Archives: therapist

Keep Calm and Carry On

When your living through a scary time, how can you stop those feelings from taking over? As a therapist, I have two sets of tools change strategies and acceptance strategies. They work even when you’re experiencing long-term uncertainty. Tools for … Continue reading

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Technology

Rediscovering this article Judge: 84-year-old doctor who doesn’t use computer can’t regain license left me a) wondering if Dr. Anna Konopka is still alive (a quick Google search produced no updates) b) reminded me of Dr. Seth Hazlitt, the fictional … Continue reading

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Excerpt from a Career Journal: Discretion

I am enjoying the research position. I do, however, have a BIG question. How do I truly keep confidentiality between parent and child, and help the child be their best self? The person who speaks the truth and lives up … Continue reading

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Excerpt from a Career Journal: Therapeutic Guidance

I feel like I botched it with one of my clients under the rules of this study. I don’t recall verbally informing a parent of the attendance policy. I know  this is not a formal rule, and she got the … Continue reading

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Excerpt from a Career Journal: Something New

 ______research branch is totally different from the main campus. Today at orientation I felt at ease; no heightened reactions, anxiety, or anger. I found the resources institution fascinating. I can see myself in this role as a research therapist helping … Continue reading

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