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Let Us Know How YOU Would Tackle This Sticky Situation in Your Practice...

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Clinician's Quandary invites your take on how you'd handle tricky scenarios in practice! On the first Tuesday of every month, we'll pose a new Quandary and collect responses. Top answers from the previous month will be posted that same day and shared with your colleagues worldwide. See below for submission details.

This month's Quandary:

I have some great exercises, like journaling prompts and guided mediations, that I know would benefit my clients between sessions. Although they seem interested when I introduce the idea, they always “forget” or can’t find the time to follow through. Do others who give “homework” between sessions have this problem? What should I do?

We want to hear from you:

  • Send your response in 300 words or less to info@psychnetworker.org. Include "Clinician's Quandary Submission" in the subject line.* Include your name and country, city, or state.
  • Please provide detail in your response that paints a picture of what your solution looks like in practice. Don't be afraid to get creative!
  • Please allow up to one month for our editors to review your submission. We'll let you know by email if your response is selected for publication.

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Topic: Professional Development

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Saturday, June 16, 2018 4:32:58 PM | posted by David Stewart
I am glad to see this feature added to the otherwise very comprehensive array of articles and resources for the clinican's on-going clinical development. What I have often wondered is why there has not been a regular feature focusing on clinical supervision. The consultation section does not really use that kind of lens. Thanks for this, keep it up. David Stewart, Victoria, BC, Canada