Category Archives: Colleague to Colleague

Confidentiality – Seeking Patient Referrals via Social Media

...Practitioners must always be aware of the duty of confidentiality and must be certain that they are not revealing enough information [...]

Tom Hartsell, Attorney at Law

Over the last decade, more than 500,000 people chose CPH & Associates for liability insurance. Because our business is specialized, we [...]

Todd Atkins, Attorney at Law

Todd Atkins, one of CPH & Associates’ help line attorneys, has been practicing civil litigation for both plaintiffs and defendants [...]

Denis K. Lane, Jr., Attorney at Law

Denis Lane, one of CPH & Associates’ help line attorneys, has been practicing mental health law and civil litigation since 1978. [...]

Meeting Resistance? Take Heart!

It happens. Sooner or later, virtually all clients/patients become resistant to our professional help. They forget appointments or [...]

LOVE, and its many meanings in the therapeutic process

In February, we Americans have several traditional holidays, celebrating our two greatest presidents, Washington and Lincoln, [...]

New Year’s Resolutions: Hope vs. Doubt

At this time of year, almost everyone is wishing each other “Happy New Year,” even to strangers. It is a universal wish that we all [...]

Families – Always a Factor

It was already a truism in mental health circles more than sixty years ago: when a “problem” child is brought for therapy, and progress [...]

When Summer Ends, What Begins?

Whether or not a person – therapist, client/patient, or anyone – actually takes a summer vacation, there is a universal awareness that [...]

Temptations in Clinical Encounters

Our community of psychotherapists has evolved a set of rules for all its members, without exception.  These rules embody decades of [...]

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, [...]

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