We therapists are paid to be nosey—in a professional way, of course. We get to ask strangers we’ve just met about their love life, [...]
We know how to deal with grief in our clients/patients. We know how to help someone who is very ill go through the various stages and [...]
Asthma causes an obstruction of the airways. Muscle spasms constrict the bronchi, which prevent exhalation. Breathing is difficult. [...]
Tiffany Anne Smith runs The Living Well Coach in Pembroke Pines, Florida, and her practice as a Yoga teacher is supplemented with [...]
WellFit Professional Abi Burgos of Wattage in Chicago, IL is a certified strength and conditioning specialist (NSCA – C.S.C.S.), NASM-CPT.
Didn’t get to make your green juice this morning? Feeling depleted, like all your energy is gone? This can happen when our bodies get [...]
As a celebration of our launch of the WellFit Wellness and Fitness Liability Insurance program, over the next months, we will be [...]
New HIPAA regulations could be putting a strain on your practice. Everyday communication techniques that a practice uses have new [...]
Special care should be taken by therapists when a child is receiving counseling services, and the child’s parent requests a copy of all [...]
In general, Georgia law provides that the age of majority is 18 years, and every person under 18 is a minor, according to O.C.G.A. [...]
On November 21, 2014 the Texas Court of Appeals, Third District, At Austin in Cause No. 03-13-00077-CV issued its decision in a case [...]
This blog is an update to our previously posted blog outlining the current case in Texas regarding the Right to Diagnose for Texas MFT’s.