Saturday, September 15, 2018

When A Crisis Comes Knocking

I had not realized that it has been over a month since I've blogged. So much for my goal of blogging once a week BUT I'm still trying to do better than allow four years to pass by. Something recent has come up for me, but I knew it was coming.

Sunday, August 5, 2018

Being Both a Therapist and a Client is Interesting

Not during the same session, obviously! I have to quit giving my therapist(s) ideas...

Tuesday, July 17, 2018

When Touch Becomes a Struggle for Survivors

Lately, I have been discovering some of the deep issues which are now surfacing. One of those issues is being touched. It's more than just not wanting to be touched or desiring to be touched. Instead, I finally realized how triggering the thought of touch can be. If you are a sexual abuse survivor, then read on...

Saturday, July 14, 2018

What a Therapist Goes Through to Become a Therapist

After the last blog, I thought I would write about what is involved to actually become a therapist. If you ever wondered what your therapist went through to actually become a therapist, well pull up a chair. I hope if nothing else, this information will give you as the client insight and a better understanding of what your therapist's journey was like. I think I can safely speak on this topic.

Sunday, July 8, 2018

Internship And Holidays Makes One's Life Busy

I have been SUPER busy since I started my internship. And with the last three holidays, my mind hasn't been on blogging. I've been missing blogging though. Sort of like the relative that had not seen in months. So let's catch up.

Tuesday, May 8, 2018

The New EMDR Therapist

What a difference one therapist can make!!!

Wednesday, April 25, 2018

Transference Can Be Powerful

Transference is really not a negative thing... Ummm if you can figure out where the root of it is. A lot of therapists I don't think like to admit they are having counter-transference (okay, so this is a matter of opinion), at least not admit it to their clients they are experiencing counter-transference. So exactly how does transference fit into the life of a grad student/future therapist? I'm glad you asked.