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"Networker Live" with Judge Ginger Lerner-Wren

Interactive Discussions with Networker Contributors

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Networker content editor Meaghan Winter sat down for a live conversation and Q&A with Judge Ginger Lerner-Wren, pioneer of America's first mental health court and author of "A Court of Refuge." The pair discussed Lerner-Wren's activism, in addition to the concept of therapeutic justice, mental health care reform, and much, much more.

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Should Therapists Go Back to an Office?

Deepening Our Work “Off Stage”

Mark O'Connell

Seeing clients through the COVID-19 crisis has shown us not only that psychotherapy can be effective outside the traditional frame—complete with an office, couch, and a therapist who never breaks character—but also that shattering the frame when necessary, and allowing our humble humanness to be present, is actually necessary to connect with each unique client.

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Forging Your Own Path

A Graduate Student’s Training Dilemma

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A graduate student has to pick a focus to train on, but is unsure of which to choose. Here, clinicians offer advice.

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The Pager Incident

From Therapeutic Stagnation to Growth

Daniela Gitlin

A decades-long therapeutic relationship shares some of the same elements as a marriage of similar length: the commitment to stay, the ups and downs, the intimacy, and the tendency to fall into the rut of assuming you know the other person. Keeping both fresh requires a strong bond, a willingness to be vulnerable, and most importantly, a willingness to learn from the consequences of your actions.

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Wisdom, or Yesterday’s News?

The Older Therapist in the Younger Practice

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An older therapist is beginning to feel insecure about their age and is considering whether to dive into new trainings or retire. Five clinicians offer advice.

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The Child Confidentiality Bind

How to Involve Families When Treating Teens

Laura Kastner

It’s a tall order to maintain a teen client’s privacy and build rapport with them when you’re including their parents in the mix. But having the right kind of confidentiality agreement in place can make this work a lot easier.

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"Networker Live" with Deb Dana

Interactive Discussions with Networker Contributors

Psychotherapy Networker

Last month, the Networker's director of CE, Zach Taylor, hosted therapist, author, and polyvagal specialist Deb Dana for the inaugural installment of "Networker Live," a series of live conversations and Q&As with the magazine's top contributors.

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Out of Office

Therapists’ Passions and What They Teach Us about Practice

Psychotherapy Networker

Therapists aren’t just therapists. We’re people, with interests, hobbies, and passions that not only give us fulfilment outside of work, but enhance our ability to return to the office day after day with a clear head and renewed focus. And some therapists’ passions, it turns out, are pretty darn cool.

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David Burns on Overcoming Self-Criticism

A Pioneer of CBT on his Journey to “Feeling Great”

Meaghan Winter

David Burns's book, Feeling Good, brought the cognitive revolution to the public. In his new book, Feeling Great, he draws on decades of clinical work to present readers with what he calls, “cognitive therapy on steroids.”

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A Black Therapist in America

Speaking Out Against Learned Voicelessness

Ken Hardy

My own clinical work has become centered on issues like the anatomy of racial rage, learned voicelessness, and an array of other invisible wounds of racial oppression. But after all these years, I still have my own untold stories.

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