• March 29, 2019
    Why (Y)OUR License Matters

    Recently, there has been an uptick in conversation regarding licensure, coaching, the future of this field, etc. The reality is, this is a really important conversation and requires some further input. Being licensed as a Marriage and Family Therapist is a pretty awesome thing however if you aren’t equipped with the right information and support […]Read More

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  • March 21, 2019
    From Eating Disorder Client to Eating Disorder Therapist: The Use of Self-Disclosure

    Being able to trust your therapist is vital to any sort of successful therapeutic work, but it is especially true for those in eating disorder treatment. Throughout my years as a therapist treating eating disorders in various settings, including residential treatment, day programs, and outpatient therapy, I have learned the significance of trust and vulnerability […]Read More

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  • March 16, 2019
    Therapeutic Relationships: The Dance of Joining-Joining the Dance

    The importance of establishing a therapeutic relationship is well known to clinicians. What is often ignored is the fundamental and essential role of body and movement patterns in forming and developing those relationships. In fact, non-verbal patterns – how we move and inhabit our bodies and world, communicate important truths about ourselves and others. They […]Read More

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