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The Outcast

A Hard Road to an Unexpected Connection

November/December 2020
How do you work with a client who intentionally tries to break every rule of therapy, spoken and implicit?

The Therapy Beat

The Effects of COVID-19 on Addiction Treatment

November/December 2020
The pandemic continues to strain small addiction clinics and their struggling clients.

In Consultation

Money Matters: Getting Clear with Ourselves and Our Clients

November/December 2020
Knowing your financial worth as a therapist can model self-care and self-respect for clients.

Editor's Note

January/February 2021
Part of honoring our founder and longtime editor, Rich Simon, who passed away in November, has been to complete this issue, which explores how our current pandemic reality is affecting kids and their caregivers. As we crafted this issue together throughout the fall, we often wondered whether the challenges of 2020 would still feel relevant as 2021 arrived. Sadly, many of the questions our authors explore have become even more pressing now. 

Will the crisis we’re grappling with spur us to develop new approaches for supporting anxious kids, underserved kids, and overwhelmed schools and parents? Can we create more effective ways to help families? These challenges might seem overwhelming, but as Rich regularly reminded us, we don’t need to come up with all the answers: what’s important is that we keep asking the questions.
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Case Study

Gender-Affirmative Therapy: Helping Transgender Clients Begin Their Journey

January/February 2021
The key elements of gender-affirmative therapy for clients who are medically or socially transitioning.
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Point of View

Scaling Up Mental Health: Sharing Our Expertise with a Wider Community

January/February 2021
Psychologist Ali Mattu is on a mission to bring therapeutic principles to the mainstream.

Bookmarks

Beyond Normal: Our Evolving Attitudes Toward Mental Illness

January/February 2021
Nobody’s Normal: How Culture Created the Stigma of Mental Illness by Richard Grinker. A new book examines how different cultures view mental illness and the stigma that persists in America.

Covering Psychotherapy

The Evolution of a Life's Work

March/April 2021
Every decade, on the anniversary of the Networker, Rich reflected on the trends and trajectories he’d witnessed in the field. This piece tells the story, in his own words, of his life’s work documenting therapy’s ever-changing landscape and the wider culture that shapes it.
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A Voyage Through Our Craft

Editor’s Notes and Symposium Intros from over the Years

March/April 2021
In his Editor’s Notes and Symposium speeches, Rich always told a story, one that drew from his own life while capturing a collective momentum in the field. This buffet of his writings from over the years showcases not only his unique insights, but the humor with which he offered them.
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Soul Work

Recovering Our Voices

March/April 2021
Almost 20 years ago, an editorial experience writing about a racial trauma at the hands of police resulted in a lasting friendship and an article that Networker readers voted into the All-Time Top 10.
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