Master conflict therapy as a critical component of couples and sex therapy

Master conflict therapy provides counselors with an effective framework for going deeper with couples who present with a wide variety of relational and sexual problems.

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How COVID-19 is affecting our fears, phobias and anxieties

The pandemic has given rise to some very specific worries that threaten to exert control over clients’ thoughts and behaviors, leaving counselors to rethink how they approach treatment.

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Working our way through a pandemic

COVID-19 has largely redefined where people work, how people work and the workplace challenges that confront employees as they try to make ends meet.

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Counseling outside the box

Counselors are always looking for creative and inviting ways to better connect with clients, explore emotions, encourage new insights and reflections, and spur personal growth and development.

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Voice of Experience: Managing requests for client information

“No judge’s signature, no information.”

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Working our way through a pandemic

COVID-19 has largely redefined where people work, how people work and the workplace challenges that confront employees as they try to make ends meet.

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Counseling outside the box

Counselors are always looking for creative and inviting ways to better connect with clients, explore emotions, encourage new insights and reflections, and spur personal growth and development.

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Voice of Experience: Managing requests for client information

Without experience, it might be easy to be intimidated by police, angry parents or clever attorneys. But you cannot be arrested (as I was threatened on one occasion) for following counseling ethics and HIPAA requirements regarding client information. In fact, you will likely be in greater trouble if you concede to these “requests” and thus violate our code of ethics.

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