The Challenges of Small-Town Practice
Some down-to-earth advice on practicing in a small town, where there’s no way to escape being seen and talked about.
Three Things I Learned from My Small-Town Practice
By Daniela Gitlin - When you practice in a rural town, sometimes it can feel like everyone is connected to each other. Instead of worrying about boundary and confidentiality violations, I've learned a strategy that embraces the dilemma instead of avoiding it.
Four Common Scenarios and How to Handle Them
By Daniela Gitlin - When clients drop “bombshells” in the last few minutes of a session, it can be hard to end on time. Here's a framework for not only handling these unexpected moments, but welcoming them.
How to handle end-of-session bombshells therapeutically—and still wrap up on time.