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Want Your New Year’s Resolutions to Stick This Year? Mindfully Focus on These 5 Tricks

Happy New Year! Whatever the last year threw at you, you’re right here right now. Despite the pandemic or perhaps because of it, it’s definitely worth taking a closer look at how you want to live your life in the coming months. But before we dive in, let’s consider how many of those admirable resolutions have you actually [read more]

Mindfully Choosing Your Private Practice Caseload Can Lower Burnout Risk (1 of 2)

One of the most important elements of a thriving practice is mindfully choosing your caseload. Done with self-awareness and intentionality, this can be a highly meaningful prevention strategy for burnout and compassion fatigue. How? This posts highlights 3 key elements – values, strengths, and stress hardiness – that when thoughtfully considered can help build a caseload that serves you [read more]

Acceptance and Gratitude Together Reduce Burnout, Promote Resilience

The qualities we bring to the occupational hazards of our clinical work have profound implications for our emotional, mental, physical, relational, and spiritual health. This post is all about how acceptance and gratitude together reduce burnout and promote resilience. These companion practices can give us the confidence to handle so much of what comes our way. [read more]

What Are We Really Doing in Therapy?

As practitioners, we constantly find ourselves in highly challenging positions. We try our very best to assist those in need of our services while attempting to stay as mindfully present as possible with deep and (often unnecessary) suffering. From this universally humanistic challenge, I began reflecting on what we actually do in our therapeutic work, and my realizations actually startled [read more]

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