Marty Lythgoe, LAADC-CA, discusses the impact of negative thought patterns on addiction recovery, particularly through the lens of Congitive Behavioral Therapy. The intersectionality between beliefs and the Christian faith is also discussed.
An expert on Highly Sensitive People, Patricia Young, LCSW, discusses both the research about and the clinical impact of the trait of High Sensitivity, and provides an overview of useful interventions with this population.
Mindfulness guru Diane Gehart, PhD, LMFT, discusses how mindfulness can impact diagnoses like ADHD, and breaks down easy-to-implement interventions to use with children both in school systems and in the therapy room.
Rob Reinhardt, a counselor and tech expert, explains how to evaluate practice needs and legal/ethics responsibilities so that clinicians can select and implement technology that is a “best fit” for their practice while remaining in compliance .
Dr. Scott Miller discusses the research that illuminates the difference between mid-level therapists and exceptional therapists, and introduces simple and effective deliberate practices that reduce client dropout rates and improve therapy outcomes.
A critcally-important podcast for all therapists, Norine VanderHooven, LCSW, an expert on suicide, shares her insight about suicidality in clients, from recognizing risk factors to what interventions have been shown to be particularly effective.
Dr. Michael McGee discusses the research and literature about how spiritual awakening promotes recovery from addiction, and offers guidance about how behavioral health professionals can support spiritual awakening in their clients.
OCD expert Dr. Laura Chackes provides an overview of Body-Focused Repetitive Behaviors (BFRBs), including what they are, how they are diagnosed, and which treatment approaches have been found most effective. Interview.