“Emotional Wellness Matters is an effective way for therapists in private practice to share their expertise and experience as therapists with clients, the community at large, and other professionals. It enriches the therapist’s own experience in enhancing the lives of others.”

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Emotional Wellness Matters is a four-page personalized newsletter which will be sent to you in bulk every other month, or sent to you via email as a web ready PDF or pre-formatted HTML – and which you, in turn, can forward to clients, former clients, professional referral sources, and other people in the community.

  • Your individual or group photograph, along with your practice information, are featured prominently on the front page of every issue, and can be updated as your practice changes.
  • You can update the content of your front page personalized imprint whenever you choose, making it relevant to specific issues or announcements regarding your practice, like workshops or therapy groups you are giving.
  •  It is your tool to strengthen your public image — and encourage contacts and referrals.

Working with the Stressed-Out Client

Therapists, Stress is increasingly common among our client population these days. I have been working with Army soldiers and see a common set of symptoms among this very stressed out population. Two of the symptoms we see often are ... Headaches ... Stress is at the...

Working with the Stressed-Out Client

Therapists, Stress is increasingly common among our client population these days. I have been working with Army soldiers and see a common set of symptoms among this very stressed out population. Two of the symptoms we see often are ... Headaches ... Stress is at the...

The Importance of the Initial Intake

Therapists, Something I come across frequently in working with my clients is that point when the therapy runs out of steam. I hate to think of myself as a therapist who keeps asking the question at the start of a session, “How was your week?” or “What are we going to...
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