A Therapist Contemplates a Return to the Office
All of us, therapists and clients alike, have been forced to adapt to the reality of living in a pandemic. But as we catch our collective breath, we must confront the fact that the pandemic opened a Pandora’s box of questioning what once seemed non-negotiable.
Money Matters: Getting Clear with Ourselves and Our Clients
Knowing your financial worth as a therapist can model self-care and self-respect for clients.
Why Have Our Clients Stopped Crying?
I’m not a therapist who judges the value of a session by the presence or absence of tears. But now that we’re a few months into the pandemic and meeting remotely, I’ve realized that, despite being in the midst of what may be the most uncertain time in their lives, my clients are hardly crying at all.
Sorting Through a Closet Full of Memories
When a mother and daughter are cut from different cloths, can they still hang in the same closet?
New Lessons on the Space Between Us
By Maggie Mulqueen - As a therapist, I've always liked to work a certain way, in person, face to face in my cozy office. But when the coronavirus hit and I repurposed a guest bedroom into a makeshift office, I learned some surprising lessons about connecting with clients over video.