Volunteering is alive and well in the United States. According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, an estimated 62 million people in the U.S. volunteered from September 2013 to September 2014. Doing good for others not only helps people in need but also the person donating his/her time! As per United Health Group‘s 2013 […]
Many of us find getting older not what we expected and rather difficult to come to terms with. What steps can we take to age well? And how may we help our clients age well? In David Treadway, Ph.D.’s thoughtful talk about “Aging Well” at the 2015 Psychotherapy Networker Symposium, he provides the answers to these questions. While aging […]
Get Unstuck Through KonMari Spring Cleaning Clutter Is Not a Storage Problem… The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up [Affiliate link] Do you have too many things? Is it possible that clutter is… Impacting your ability to move ahead, Be it personally or professionally, Marie Kondo’s organization method, Is like no other you’ve read/seen before.
How Therapeutic Journaling Can Empower You/Your Client Have you wanted to use journaling as a therapeutic method with clients? Or have you wanted to try to engage in writing as a method of self-care or self-expression? If yes, you are likely to find Dima Dupéré’s book: Feeling, Writing, Empowering [Integrating Therapeutic Writing into Practice with Groups and Individuals], most helpful. Amy […]
My Three Words for 2015 Have you come up with some new goals or resolutions for the new year? If yes, you may want to consider putting them in writing. Writing down your goals will significantly increase the likelihood of your achieving them. As Brian Tracy eloquently states, “Goals in writing are dreams with deadlines.” […]