Author Archives: Guest Author

Federal Regulations and Guidelines for Client Access to Records

The US Department Of Health and Human Services has published guidelines for individuals’ right under HIPAA to access their health [...]

Mindfulness: Self-awareness vs. Self-criticism

The beginning of a new year traditionally is a time of fresh starts and planned improvements in one’s life.  While we psychotherapists [...]

Transparency Without Overexposure, Boundaries Without Remoteness

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, [...]

When Death Threatens Someone Close to the Therapist – What to Expect – Really, not Ideally

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 [...]

Guest Blog – Why You Don’t Need to Suffer from Asthma

Asthma causes an obstruction of the airways. Muscle spasms constrict the bronchi, which prevent exhalation. Breathing is difficult. [...]

What’s Your Story, Tiffany Anne Smith?

Tiffany Anne Smith runs The Living Well Coach in Pembroke Pines, Florida, and her practice as a Yoga teacher is supplemented with [...]

What’s Your Story, Abi Burgos?

WellFit Professional Abi Burgos of Wattage in Chicago, IL is a certified strength and conditioning specialist (NSCA – C.S.C.S.), NASM-CPT.

Guest Blog: Two Alternatives to your Morning Green Juice

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 [...]

WellFit: What’s Your Story? Aaron Manheimer

As a celebration of our launch of the WellFit Wellness and Fitness Liability Insurance program, over the next months, we will be [...]

What Is HIPAA Compliance Anyway?

New HIPAA regulations could be putting a strain on your practice. Everyday communication techniques that a practice uses have new [...]

Responding to Requests for Children’s Treatment Records

Special care should be taken by therapists when a child is receiving counseling services, and the child’s parent requests a copy of all [...]

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 is a minor, according to O.C.G.A. [...]

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