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Starting a Private Practice in Counseling
  • Tuesday, September 17, 2019

Starting a Private Practice in Counseling

Starting a private practice in counseling requires not only clinical experience but essential tools that will help counselor or therapists to start a private practice and run it smoothly as well. Business plan, space, communication, record keeping, billing, forms, procedures and more are all necessary when starting a private practice in counseling. ...


Beyond the Preparation: 4 Ways to Launch Your Teletherapy (Telehealth) Practice
  • Thursday, February 21, 2019

Beyond the Preparation: 4 Ways to Launch Your Teletherapy (Telehealth) Practice

You’ve done the training on telehealth and you’re ready to offer telehealth (teletherapy) services. What’s next? Here are 4 ways of launching teletherapy (online therapy) practice....


Fitting Telemental Health into Your Practice
  • Thursday, January 3, 2019

Fitting Telemental Health into Your Practice

So, now you know what telehealth, and more specifically, telemental health, is. The question now is, how can you use it in your practice? ...


Look Before You Leap: 5 Keys to Implementing Telehealth Services Into Your Practice
  • Friday, February 2, 2018

Look Before You Leap: 5 Keys to Implementing Telehealth Services Into Your Practice

You know the old saying, “Look before you leap?” You look so that you know just what you’re jumping into. You don’t want any surprise landings. If you’re thinking about adding telehealth services to your practice, you’re not alone. Telehealth services are among the hottest, fastest growing offerings out there. ...


Telepractice (Teletherapy) Basics for Speech and Language Pathologists
  • Wednesday, March 22, 2017

Telepractice (Teletherapy) Basics for Speech and Language Pathologists

Telepractice is the newest addition to the field of speech and language pathology and it has gained popularity over the past three years. It is an exciting and innovating service delivery as it helps to reach individuals in remote or rural areas where speech therapy is sometimes not an option....


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  • 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:

  • Therapy Activities and Icebreakers

    Wednesday, September 9, 2020

    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

    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.

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