One of the hardest parts of being in private practice in the mental health field, is deciding whether or not to accept insurance. And then if you do, deciding which panels to get accredited by; in other words, what insurance will you try to take? For the practitioner, it's a lot of paperwork, and a … Continue reading Insurance: Woohoo or Woe?
Also known as, how to have loose boundaries. It's a phrase most of us are guilty of, especially in private practice, where we're trying to keep ourselves afloat, and help out clients without burnout. But it's a phrase we can't keep ourselves beholden to 24/7/365. Over the years, I've begun modifying that phrase, letting people … Continue reading Feel Free to Reach Out Whenever
No, not a description of this post. "15 words or less" is a tool I use with clients, whether they're children, teens, or adults. This tool comes in handy when people are upset or overwhelmed because their attention span wanes, and their ability to absorb and comprehend what's being said tends to lessen when the … Continue reading 15 Words or Less