“Stuckness” is part of our work as therapists. It can be frustrating and confusing to suddenly reach this experience when previously, the client was showing progress. In this post, I’ll cover several approaches to helping therapists, and clients, get “unstuck.”Read More
A free challenge is a vehicle for sharing information in your area of expertise with people who want to learn from you. In this post, I cover the basics of a free challenge, and explain their potential for engaging new fans for your business or message.Read More
EFT is an evidence-based systemic approach to couple therapy that centers on re-establishing intimacy between partners. Practitioners incorporate emotional expression and externalizing of the couple dynamic in order to foster teamwork and healthy attachment.
The April issue of The Journal of Marital and Family Therapy (JMFT) included several articles on outcomes related to the use of EFT. Today, I am summarizing one of these articles, Vulnerable Emotional Expression in Emotion Focused Couples Therapy: Relating Interactional Process to Outcome, by McKinnon and Greenberg, and highlighting the main results.Read More
Today, I’m giving you a process for how to take care of yourself any time you need a break from busyness or a way to combat burnout. I implemented this idea naturally, as a way to process a distressing event, when I was a young adult. And, I’ve come back to it again and again.
Originally, my respites were longer than 30 days--I remained in a respite until I felt ready to venture out once again. Eventually, 30 days became the length of my average respite. You may find that a weekend, or a one week respite is enough for you.Read More