I've seen a number of fellow therapists/counselors call themselves "healers", and it never sat well with me for some odd reason. I could never bring myself to identify as one who "heals" people who seek therapy. heal·er ˈhēlər/ 1. a person who claims to be able to cure a disease of injury using special powers 2.… Continue reading I’m a Therapist, NOT a “Healer”.
Being a therapist is truly hard work. The intense emotional demands (all day, every day), the sheer number of clients and all of their unique concerns, and not to mention all the required paperwork...! I often find myself searching for things that can enhance my clinical practice and make my #TherapistLife a little bit easier.… Continue reading What’s in My Counseling Toolbox: The 5 Must-Haves
The language we use in conversations with others either contributes to the stigma against mental health or contributes to ending the stigma.