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.
Courage, Compassion and Connection Wholehearted living, Courage, compassion and connection, Such lovely, powerful, words, But what do they really mean? According to Brené Brown, It is about engaging in our lives, From a place of worthiness, Embracing our imperfections, And feeling that we are enough, This means letting go of who, We think we’re supposed […]
Are you about to embark on a career in social work or mental health? Or are you an experienced mental health practitioner with pearls of wisdom to pass on to newcomers? In September, Linda Grobman and Karen Zgoda put together THE NEW SOCIAL WORKER® Magazine’s Back-to-School Guide for Social Work Students [affiliate link] and asked several […]
Manage Your Energy for Optimal Ethical Therapy Is there a connection between ethics, performance and self-care? Absolutely! According to Mary Jo Barrett, MSW, there is not only a link between these elements but she argues that it is not ethical for a social worker (or other mental health provider) to not be emotionally or physically […]