Parental involvement is a key ingredient in kid client success in therapy. What this looks like will depend on your child and his/her treatment plan, your practical ability to be involved (are you a noncustodial parent? Is your child receiving services at school?) and the therapist. But at the very least, you and your child’s therapist should be communicating regularly. …
A diagnosis doesn’t just exist in the clinical setting; our clients have to live with the label.
When I was a preschool teacher I noticed that the kids seemed to be extra rambunctious on those days when I was feeling lousy. Click through to see why.
Group supervision is similar to group critiques in a creative writing class. You present your case and then people chime in to try to help you with the case.