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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 regarding the Right to Diagnose for Texas MFT’s.

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

We therapists know how to deal with a client/patient who is “stuck.”  But if we are the ones who are stuck, even after competent [...]

Engagement with Colleagues: Support, Advice, Community, or not?

Human personality is so complex, and its problems can take so many different forms, that no one person can understand it entirely or [...]

Expressing Feelings: Aid or Error?

Everything we therapists do in sessions is directed toward the goal of helping our clients/patients to value themselves more and to [...]

Keeping Confidences

“Keeping confidences” of our clients/patients is necessary for the therapeutic alliance to work, and it’s also a major ethical [...]

Over the Years: Professional Burnout vs. Deepening Meaning

After two or more decades of doing therapy, every seasoned therapist knows that she or he has evolved from the early professional right [...]

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