Drs. Scott Miller and Daryl Chow review the research about stagnant therapy outcomes and provide a glimpse into what’s required to deliver better psychotherapy results in this free CE course (visit ClearlyClinical.com to register for the free CE course).
Gina Tabrizy, LMFT, reviews research about integrating spirituality into addiction recovery, and discusses ways for clinicians to bring spirituality into therapy, including when provider and client differ in perspectives. Interview with Elizabeth Irias, LMFT.
David Nefussy, a tenured insurance company executive, discusses the ins and outs of becoming an approved provider with an insurance company, and covers ethical implications of issues like billing, collection of copays, and other policies.
Featuring device management expert Dr. Don Grant, this interview explores how our digitally-based devices and social media behaviors affect and alter our lives, lifestyles, and careers. Interview with Elizabeth Irias, LMFT.
Dr. Kim Dwyer, passionate ACT therapist and business coach, explores the use of therapist emotional experiences as a tool for client growth, as well as a tool for therapist boundaries around business practices. Interview by Elizabeth Irias, LMFT.
Allison Burnett, LICSW, and expert both in eating disorders and working with Trans/Gender Non-Conforming clients, shares helpful research and clinical interventions that can help clients with body image and eating disorder symptoms. Interview with Elizabeth Irias, LMFT.
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.