Therapy can be helpful to many, but the unknowns about how it works can contribute to some hesitation in getting started. Here I provide an idea of what a client can expect from the experience. 1. Therapists do not possess a magic wand with which we can undo all the bad in someone's life. As much a...
Published: 10/07/2017 By: Rita
At Issue: Whether or Not to Disclose When There Is an Indirect Connection to a Potential or Current Client Therapists and counselors have ethics which guide them in setting healthy boundaries with clients in regards to associating outside of session and avoiding dual relationships. But what if the ...
Published: 09/23/2017 By: Rita
I continue this week with the last of a two-part blog on how I approach therapy as a licensed professional counselor. Last week's blog article focused on the aspects I attempt to include in a client's therapeutic experience with myself. Next I share what I try to avoid (the don'ts). Don't. I don't ...
Published: 09/09/2017 By: Rita
This week I thought I would start giving my blog readers some insight into how I do things as a therapist. Being in this profession, all therapists have ethics that hopefully we all adhere to. Beyond that, I would imagine most therapists do conduct their assessment and therapy sessions in a pretty ...
Published: 08/26/2017 By: Rita
It has been quite a year of professional growth resulting in more services provided by me at Sioux Falls Wellness Counseling. By obtaining my LPC-MH, I have been able to become an in-network provider for Medicaid and DakotaCare. I intend to soon offer telemental health services (on-line videoconfer...
Published: 07/16/2017 By: Rita
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