Posts in category Professional Development

Telehealth & Coping with COVID-19: Resources for Therapists

Telehealth and COVID-19 Resources for Therapists

  Well, this is certainly a stressful and uncertain time for everyone. Here in the San Francisco Bay Area, we’re ten days into our stay at home order. It’s been quite an adjustment to working from home (and having my husband and kids home all the time, too). Like you, we’re trying to stay flexible […]

Book Review: Necessary Lies

Book Review: Necessary Lies

A review of Necessary Lies by Diane Chamberlain I’m going to cut right to the chase and tell you I loved this book and think you will, too! Necessary Lies is a historical fiction novel (my favorite genre) set in rural North Carolina in 1960. You can’t help but love the two female protagonists: Jane is […]

Reflections on 2015 and Setting Goals

Reflections on 2015 and Setting Goals

Hello and happy new year! First, I apologize for the lack of posts over the last few months. I have been busy writing a new blog for PsychCentral called Happily Imperfect, articles for The Good Men Project, and for my counseling blog. As you can see, I’ve been busy writing! One of the things I realized […]

Podcasts All Social Workers Need To Be Listening To

Podcasts All Social Workers Need To Be Listening To

Social Work Podcasts Are you enjoying the wealth of information that is available on podcasts? It’s hard to keep up with all the advances and innovations in social work. Podcasts fit my multi-tasking lifestyle. Since they are audio only, I usually listen to social work podcasts while I drive to and from work. It feels […]

Mission Accomplished: 30 Day Blogging Challenge Done

  Well, I did it! I finished the 30 Day Blogging Challenge from Sarah Arrow at Sark e-Media. I split my posts between my counseling website and this new site Social Work Supervision & Coaching. This was a real accomplishment for me. Before the 30 Day Blogging Challenge, I was blogging 3-4 times per month. It feels […]

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