An integrative mind-body counseling approach often holds answers for clients who have suffered for years from chronic pain and exhausted traditional medical interventions with little to no relief.
The issue of counselor self-disclosure is always tricky, but it can be especially so for clinicians who must determine how — or whether — to come out to clients.
By using practical, attachment-informed approaches, counselors can build effective therapeutic alliances with youth frequently dismissed as being ‘resistant.’
Home-based counseling offers some real advantages over office-based services, but those benefits can’t be fully realized without navigating a variety of challenges.
Among all the “isms” that professional counselors focus on, classism often remains overlooked when it comes to valuing the intersectional identities of both clients and clinicians.