Counseling can make a big difference in the lives of people who have experienced a brain injury — as long as the practitioner understands the challenges they live with and nuances of their needs.
Helping clients through problematic relationships can be one of the toughest challenges for counselors. Consider these strategies for addressing some of the mental and emotional issues clients face in navigating their relationships.
Superwoman, #metoo, COVID-19 and so much in between: Refocusing on the complex, intersectional, and cultural needs of girls and women in counseling.
Counselors sometimes have a “gut feeling” that a session with a client went really well or the therapeutic relationship is clicking. But the client doesn’t always feel the same way.
Integrating nature-informed practices and activities into clinical work can help children learn to reduce defensive states, increase homeostasis and activate their social engagement system.