Voice of Experience: Losing Summer

Counseling continues to have a positive, long-lasting impact on clients even after they terminate session.

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What quiet quitting says about workplace mental health

The term “quiet quitting” has gained popularity since COVID-19 began, but what does this really say about our work boundaries and mental health?

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Sliding Scale Rates: A Slippery Slope?

[Sponsored Content] … And how to use them effectively! Want to offer appointments using sliding scale rates? There are some real benefits to doing so, but the logistics can feel overwhelming! Click through to learn common mistakes therapists make and a few best practices.

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Does your personality make you more vulnerable to abuse?

Here are four personality characteristics that make a person more vulnerable to psychological abuse.

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Generational trauma: Uncovering and interrupting the cycle

Counselors who understand the complexities of generational trauma can help clients acknowledge the role it plays in their lives, find healing and ultimately break the cycle.

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The impact of cultural resiliency on traumatic loss

Trauma and resiliency are not individualistic experiences, so approaching traumatic loss through a cultural resilience framework helps strengthen clients’ healing process and prevent severe mental health outcomes.

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Helping youth who self-harm

As increasing numbers of youth turn to self-injury, counselors can offer empathy while guiding young clients to better tolerate their emotions and find healthier ways to cope.

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