The Benefits of Private Clinical Supervision

Research shows, “The results of the quantitative analysis showed that effective clinical supervision was associated with lower burnout and greater staff retention, and effective supervisor was associated with lower burnout and greater job satisfaction. Qualitative findings showed that healthcare professionals believed that adequate clinical supervision could mitigate the risk of burnout, facilitate staff retention, and […]

How DBT Can Help Trauma Treatment

Struggling with Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder is incredibly challenging. People have described it as, “living in fear,” “feeling trapped and watching everyone else be happy,” “feeling unsafe and on edge.” Living with PTSD is isolating, terrifying, unforgiving, and turbulent. When you are diagnosed with PTSD you may have heard that there are treatments available to you […]

Essential Self-Care

Mental health clinicians are essential during this time of fear, uncertainty, and tragedy. Therapists are in high demand, but in short supply–there are therapists who cannot find a therapist and we are the network! Being in high demand means there are fewer breaks between clients, more crisis interventions, and new patients on wait lists only […]

Covid-19 and Mental Healthcare: The Long Game

As a community, we have all endured and experienced The COVID-19 Pandemic Era in different ways, but for all of us, it has been a mix of challenges, loss, insights, opportunities, and growth. As unpredictable as the last 18 months have been, sociological studies tell us that, when tragedy or crisis hits a community, we […]

Clinical Supervision: Am I Enough?

YOU ARE EXACTLY WHERE YOU NEED TO BE…Congratulations, you did it! You graduated from your Master’s level clinical program. You may be a new social worker, counselor, or clinical professional. You may have just landed your first clinical role as a new therapist, milieu counselor, support therapist, case manager, etc. This is a huge step […]