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Icebreakers for Group Therapy
  • Tuesday, December 1, 2020

Icebreakers for Group Therapy

Ice breakers for group therapy are one of the best tools you can have in your therapist’s toolbox. They are simple to implement, they’re fun, and they help participants to begin engaging with the group in ways that feel safe. These blog article will review icebreakers that can be used during group therapy and their benefits....


Teletherapy activities
  • Tuesday, November 3, 2020

Teletherapy activities

This blog will review teletherapy activities therapists can use on video conferencing platform. Teletherapy does not need to be limited to face-to-face video conferencing. Let’s talk about all the ways technology can assist you in getting the most out of a teletherapy (telehealth session) and help you plan engaging teletherapy activities. ...


Family Therapy Activities
  • Tuesday, October 20, 2020

Family Therapy Activities

Family therapy activities and techniques will be covered in this blog post. No one has more influence on a person’s development than their family. Unfortunately, that can be both a blessing and a curse. When family members contribute to someone’s difficulties, we may require their assistance to help make the situation better. That is when we can turn to family therapy and use your family therapy techniques to come up with family therapy activities.. Although family therapy has many theoretical orientations, it shares the basic belief that family dynamics have the power to help solve problems. Here are some of the most well-known and effective family therapy techniques and a few family therapy activities:...


Therapy Activities and Icebreakers
  • Wednesday, September 9, 2020

Therapy Activities and Icebreakers

This blog will review therapy activities and icebreakers for new pediatric clients in one on one or group sessions. Whether in person or via telehealth, an initial meeting with a new client can make you feel a certain type of anxious. Though there may be some guilt around “wasting” time getting to know the client and building rapport prior to getting to the meat of the therapy, the research actually says that taking the time to build a strong relationship with your client is likely more important than any specific therapy task. Here are 10 fun therapy activities....


Anxiety Counseling Techniques during COVID- 19
  • Friday, September 4, 2020

Anxiety Counseling Techniques during COVID- 19

This blog will review anxiety counseling techniques that counselors and therapists can apply when treating individuals during the current coronavirus pandemic.The coronavirus has obvious physical health implications but it has also brought along with it significant anxiety problems. Not only are people afraid of catching COVID-19 but the resulting restrictions have led to worries about finances, education, and the future. For mental health professionals, the challenge is to help people cope effectively with their anxiety issues. Here are suggestions on what counseling techniques can be considered to assist the anxious client. ...


Tips and Activities for Social Skills Group and Language Group via Telepractice (teletherapy)
  • Tuesday, August 18, 2020

Tips and Activities for Social Skills Group and Language Group via Telepractice (teletherapy)

Social Skills Group or Language Group is a great way to help children learn and practice both their social and language skills with their peers but how is it done via telepractice (teletherapy)? What social skills group activities can be utilized when seeing clients online? Not only will this blog answer those questions, but it will also provide you with a repeatable session plan and activities that can be used for small group language or social skills therapy via telepractice and a list of 20 Youtube videos to utilize as a basis for those lessons. ...


90847 CPT Code and 90846 CPT Code: Billing the Right Way
  • Sunday, August 9, 2020

90847 CPT Code and 90846 CPT Code: Billing the Right Way

90847 CPT Code and 90846 CPT Code will be review in this blog and how to bill couples and family receiving counseling service the right way. Ask any therapist who does couples or family therapy work about billing and you’re likely to get a string of billing stories. Covered. Not covered. Sort of covered. What’s the real story? Is couples therapy something that you can legitimately bill for?...


Online Speech Therapy Games
  • Wednesday, July 15, 2020

Online Speech Therapy Games

Online speech therapy games are great for home practice and teletherapy (aka telehealth) and add another mode of learning. This blog will review 12 fun online speech therapy games and resources that therapists can utilize with children either during office or telehealth visits....


Preparing Parents for Teletherapy (Telehealth)
  • Monday, July 13, 2020

Preparing Parents for Teletherapy (Telehealth)

Teletherapy (telehealth therapy) may be a completely new experience for many of your clients and parents and this blog will review how to prepare parents for teletherapy. Technology, environment, parent involvement and child’s behavior will be addressed to help you prepare your new clients and families for their first teletherapy session....


Your Private Therapy Practice during COVID 19:  What You Need To Know Going Forward
  • Tuesday, June 23, 2020

Your Private Therapy Practice during COVID 19: What You Need To Know Going Forward

Your private therapy practice during COVID 19 is not the same and the therapy world was quite different just a few short months ago. What do you need to know going forward? This blog will review safety of your practice and patients; new policies and procedure that practice owners may consider and alternative approaches to in- person therapy....


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  • Icebreakers for Group Therapy

    Tuesday, December 1, 2020

    Ice breakers for group therapy are one of the best tools you can have in your therapist’s toolbox. They are simple to implement, they’re fun, and they help participants to begin engaging with the group in ways that feel safe. These blog article will review icebreakers that can be used during group therapy and their benefits.

  • Teletherapy activities

    Tuesday, November 3, 2020

    This blog will review teletherapy activities therapists can use on video conferencing platform. Teletherapy does not need to be limited to face-to-face video conferencing. Let’s talk about all the ways technology can assist you in getting the most out of a teletherapy (telehealth session) and help you plan engaging teletherapy activities.

  • Family Therapy Activities

    Tuesday, October 20, 2020

    Family therapy activities and techniques will be covered in this blog post. No one has more influence on a person’s development than their family. Unfortunately, that can be both a blessing and a curse. When family members contribute to someone’s difficulties, we may require their assistance to help make the situation better. That is when we can turn to family therapy and use your family therapy techniques to come up with family therapy activities.. Although family therapy has many theoretical orientations, it shares the basic belief that family dynamics have the power to help solve problems. Here are some of the most well-known and effective family therapy techniques and a few family therapy activities:

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