In an ever-increasing digital world, counselors can help families develop healthy guidelines on internet use that consider each child’s developmental needs.
Religious and spiritual experiences are not always positive; sometimes, they cause emotional harm that affects a client’s identity, belief and sense of safety.
Starting a new career in counseling later in life taught one new counseling professional a few important lessons.
Two clinical supervisors share their advice on how to create successful consultation groups, which reduce isolation, provide clinical support, foster professional growth and improve client outcomes.
By working on basic developmental social skills, clients with insecure attachment and trauma histories can learn to build healthy, meaningful relationships.