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New Therapist Magazine

New Therapist Magazine is an independent, subscription based magazine for mental health therapists, produced by journalists and therapists on five continents.  It is published bimonthly and provides the most current coverage of the changing world of…See More
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Great Information on Marketing Your Practice!

Whether you’re new to private practice or have been a clinician for decades, we all face the challenge of bringing in a steady stream of new clients. This gets even more complicated by the quickly changing landscape of online marketing. No matter…See More
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Holidays Don’t Need To Be Stressful!

Everyone will be thinking about the holidays for the next few months.  Many people will be focused on the difficult aspects of the holiday season.  Especially, this month between Thanksgiving and Christmas.  Many struggle with the change in the weather, increased social events, marriage and family problems, memories of loss, and finincal issues to name […]

“Pitching” the Media

Learning how to pitch the media can be one of the most helpful things you can do.  It will help you become their friend, and their “go to” person when they are in a bind. Be Prepared for Last Minute Interviews You may get a call from an editor at 4:00pm from a national magazine […]

Is This a Bad Time to Market?

This is reprinted with permission from an article by C.J. Hayden and is geared toward a general audience. Some of her suggestions may not  be appropriate for therapists, so use your best clinical judgement when deciding whether they are OK for clients. All economic indicators say we are in a recession. Consumer and business spending […]

Marketing – The Never Ending Story

I usually don’t write about my childhood stories, but this morning I was inspired by a dear friend who saw a picture of me at 10 years old. How far back does that go! My father was an entrepreneur, although I don’t know if he knew what the word meant. A self taught man, there […]

Solitude, Part 2: The Benefits It Brings, and the Special Strengths of the People Who Enjoy It

Here’s what makes solitude so sweet Unlike the readers of my last post, who were so articulate and insightful about the sweetness of solitude, many professional researchers have had a much harder time recognizing that solitude can actually be beneficial. Maybe part of the reason is that psychologists – especially social psychologists – are so […]

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    Best Way to Advertise your services

    Hello any input on the best way to advertise your services? any input would be helpful =) Denise Continue

    Started by Denise Serrato De La Rosa in Introductions Mar 15.

    About Me

    Hi! My name is Courtney Newton and I am a licensed clinical social worker associate (LCSWA) at Healing Solutions Counseling Center, PLLC. I received a Master’s degree in social work (MSW) from Baylor…Continue

    Started by Courtney Newton in Introductions Sep 20, 2016.

    Electronic Clinical Notes

    I have a private practice, and I still do handwritten notes. Does anyone have a program that is easy to use that they would recommend, that I could move to electronic records and clinical notes?Continue

    Started by Kimberley von Baeyer in Practice management Jul 22, 2016.

    Do you put your fee on your web site? 8 Replies

    This is something I have struggled with in the past - to put or not to put my fee on my web site. I'd like to get opinions from other therapists about this. My concern is that having my fee posted…Continue

    Started by Hope Weiss, LCSW in Marketing. Last reply by Julie Borum Jul 9, 2016.

    Asking for help with recruitment for dissertation study...

    Hello,I am an LPCC-S and a doctoral candidate at Kent State University in the Counselor Education and Supervision program. I'm working on my dissertation on "How Parents Cope with Their Adolescent…Continue

    Started by Christin Carrabine in Introductions Oct 7, 2015.

    Senior Behavioral Health Clinician

     City of Berkeley Senior Behavioral Health ClinicianSalary:  $6,966.00 - $8,132.00 Monthly(in addition to a generous benefits package) Final Filing Date:  June 15, 2015, 5:00 p.m. The City of…Continue

    Started by Ashley Sosa in Introductions May 19, 2015.

    Behavioral Health Clinician I

    The City of Berkeley is Hiring Behavioral Health Clinician ISalary:  $5,795.00 - $6,797.00 Monthly(in addition to a generous benefits package) Final Filing Date:  February 2, 2015, 5:00 p.m. The City…Continue

    Started by Ashley Sosa in General Jan 13, 2015.

    Wordpress Websites for Therapists

    Hi, I'm a licensed MFT who also helps therapists and mental health professionals with their website development and internet marketing needs. Because I've been through the process myself, I really…Continue

    Started by Lisa A. Riley, MA, MFT in Marketing Aug 15, 2014.

    MA therapists

    Hi. I'm new here. I'm starting private practice and would love to find a handful of other therapists in the area (metro west MA or south shore) to meet up with for case consultations, share referrals…Continue

    Started by Sue in Introductions May 20, 2014.

    Using one year old Gerry Grossman MFT study material

    A friend just gave me Gerry Grossman MFT study material from April of 2012. Considering the publication of the DSM-V recently does that mean that the one year old GG material is outdated? Any…Continue

    Started by Lewis Scott Peterson in Introductions Dec 11, 2013.

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    Phoenix, AZ November Networking Events


    Arizona International Growth Group, first Monday of the month, 7:30 a.m.,, 4747 N. 22nd St., Phoenix. $5.

    EcoMonday, first Monday of the month, 7:30 a.m., Hilton Garden Inn, 1940 W. Pinnacle Peak Road, Phoenix. $10. Registration required:…


    Posted by Find-a-Therapist on November 5, 2010 at 7:47pm

    Is it really bipolar disorder?

    Is it really bipolar disorder?

    New study finds widely used screening scale misidentifies borderline personality disorder as bipolar disorder

    PROVIDENCE, RI – A study from Rhode Island Hospital has shown that a widely-used screening tool for bipolar disorder may incorrectly indicate borderline personality disorder rather than bipolar disorder. In the article that appears online ahead of print in the Journal of Clinical Psychiatry, the researchers question the effectiveness of… Continue

    Posted by Find-a-Therapist on March 27, 2010 at 9:36am — 1 Comment

    We are Already Where We Should Be

    As human beings we are always tryting to get somewhere. Many of us seek some standard of success that we think will bring happiness of validation from the world. Even those of us involved in the personal growth and consciousness process still have the idea that we certainly don't want to be where we are--we're trying to be somewhere better. And when we get to that place,everything will be right somehow. Yet, consciousness cannot be found somewhere else; it happens through becoming aware of…


    Posted by Find-a-Therapist on February 5, 2010 at 5:30pm

    Trust Your Higher Power

    There is some higher intelligence at work in us. It know what its doing and is trying moment by moment to guide us, tech us, show us and love us. It is trying to help us become all that we can be. In order to do that, it has to guide us through our own healing process. At times this may become uncomfortable. But eventually we are able to see the necessity and perfection of each step we have taken on our journey.

    I am learning to recognize and accept my higher power. I am learning to… Continue

    Posted by Find-a-Therapist on February 3, 2010 at 1:58pm

    Perfection is in Process

    Human life by its very nature is filled with vulnerabilities, trial and error and learning, Expecting ourselves to behave in some perpect way or to attain perfect results is not realistic.

    We need to shift the focus from trying to attain perfect results or to live up to prefect standards to recognizing the innate perfection in the process or in the journey. The life force has an incredible perfection about it.. As we're learning to recognize and follow the life force we will see the… Continue

    Posted by Find-a-Therapist on January 27, 2010 at 12:48pm

    Find Your Own Rhythm

    It's very important to create a schedule that really gives you what you want, so you won't be tempted to rebel against it. If your schedule includes only what you should be doing and doesn't allow you the time for what you want to be doing,then it won't work; you'll through it out or loose it. Also, build into your structure open times and space for spontaneity. You are trying to give yourself room for creativity, not stifling it.

    Make a list of priorities and the amount of time each… Continue

    Posted by Find-a-Therapist on January 26, 2010 at 11:05am

    The balance between spontaneity and discipline

    Spontaneity and discipline work together in your life. Its good to have structure and organization when you are trying something new to help you feel safe and to give you direction. Discipline supports the process of learning. It gives you some sense of what you're doing and some confidence.. Then, as you master the technical aspects, you can be more spontaneous.

    Discipline can give us certain technical tools and a and a certain kind of structure that then supports the creative… Continue

    Posted by Find-a-Therapist on January 21, 2010 at 6:55pm

    Discipline Can Support Fun

    Some people are very spontaneous. They respond to life in a very emotional way and are often oriented toward pursuing pleasure and fun. They are usually creative, artistic and fascinating to be around.Sometimes they suffer from lack of success or recognition in the world because they fear and lack the quality of discipline and structure. They need to learn that discipline can support fun, and it can support creativity. It can support enjoyment in life. It doesn't have to mean stifling their… Continue

    Posted by Find-a-Therapist on January 20, 2010 at 3:00pm


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    Inviting Colleagues to Join the Site

    Inviting Colleagues: At the top right of the site, you find a Friends - Invite link. We encourage your to personally invite colleagues. The more we grow, the richer resource this site becomes. Imagine a place to connect with colleagues from all over the US and the world right in the comfort of your home!

    Created by Find-a-Therapist Jan 9, 2009 at 9:08pm. Last updated by Find-a-Therapist Jan 9, 2009.

    Who can post a blog?

    Any member can post a blog. Blogs are a great way to increase your visibility and the visibility of your personal website, and linking to your website from a high traffic site like this one helps raise your site's rankings in the search engines.

    Blogs should be of interest to the community, tie in to our networking and marketing theme which is the purpose of this site, and be your own original work.

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