Category Archives: Guest Blog

Great News! Texas Marriage & Family Therapists Can Continue to Diagnose

Had the court of appeals decision been allowed to stand another suit probably would have been [...]

Social Media Marketing for Therapists

As a therapist, your social media presence may not seem important, but it certainly should be. [...]

Insurance Company Records Request

It seems that requests by insurance companies or contractors for insurance companies for copies [...]

Federal Regulations and Guidelines for Client Access to Records*

*An earlier version of the article did not include a …Family and friends mean everything to Marissa. And like many women, Marissa was encouraged and [...]

Sandy Hook Elementary School

As we reflect on another mass shooting, we find tragically that in all of the mass killings, [...]

Legal Model for Reintegration Therapy

In domestic relations and custody cases, courts may order that a therapist assist in reuniting a [...]

Responding to Requests for Children’s Treatment Records

Special care should be taken by therapists when a child is receiving counseling services, and the [...]

Age of Consent for Mental Health Treatment in the State of Georgia

In general, Georgia law provides that the age of majority is 18 years, and every person under 18 [...]

The Right to Diagnose for Texas MFTs

On November 21, 2014 the Texas Court of Appeals, Third District, At Austin in Cause No. [...]

Update: The Texas Association for Marriage & Family Therapist Case

This blog is an update to our previously posted blog outlining the current case in Texas [...]

What if You Just Don’t Like the Person? Professional responsibilities and limitations

We therapists are generally supposed to be able to provide some form of helpful psychotherapy to [...]

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