The attached article is intended for therapists, to help them get out of work that is going nowhere with their clients. It provides an important reminder for therapists of what we’re actually supposed to be doing with clients and then … Continue reading →
I spend a lot of time talking about the importance of evaluating progress in therapy. It’s a core topic whenever I talk with a therapist about joining my referral network. Too many therapists let the process of therapy go on … Continue reading →
The attached article is a good one for both therapists and therapy recipients to look at. It addresses reasons why therapy might not be succeeding. I like it because it looks at the interaction between the therapist and their client, … Continue reading →
The attached is the first of two articles on ending therapy. Ending therapy is a topic I hear about all the time from friends, family, clients and other professionals and I’m pleased to have found articles on the subject. This … Continue reading →
I’ve been thinking a lot lately about service quality. How do we know we’re providing a quality service and how do we get good feedback to provide better service? When I’m recruiting therapists into my network I always ask if … Continue reading →
The article in the link below is a very honest depiction of some of the problems we encounter when we ask clients for feedback on our services. Usually when we give our clients a feedback tool for them to complete … Continue reading →
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