Clinical Consultation

for Therapists

Clinical Consultation

for Therapists

As a therapist, you are vulnerable to isolation and burn-out.

When you commit to ongoing clinical consultation, you gain fresh ideas on your therapeutic technique as well as an awareness of how you are functioning within the therapist-client relationship.

In my opinion, the greatest tool to staying relevant in this profession is committing to ongoing, clinical consultation.

My Approach to Clinical Consultation

Consultation is distinct from therapy.

Like therapy, consultation touches on personal reactions, perspectives, family of origin issues, and beliefs about self; however, consultation focuses on your therapeutic experience with your clients.

Clinical consultation improves therapeutic technique as well as builds an awareness of how you are functioning in the therapist-client dyad. Some call this the craft of therapy.

“Improving technique; building self-awareness”

Building self-awareness as a therapist.

This insightful article digs deeper into the importance of ongoing consultation, focusing on a therapist’s own self-awareness.

My Approach to Clinical Consultation

Consultation is distinct from therapy.

Like therapy, consultation touches on personal reactions, perspectives, family of origin issues, and beliefs about self; however, consultation focuses on your therapeutic experience with your clients.

Clinical consultation improves therapeutic technique as well as builds an awareness of how you are functioning in the therapist-client dyad. Some call this the craft of therapy.

“Improving technique; building self-awareness”

Building self-awareness as a therapist.

This insightful article digs deeper into the importance of ongoing consultation, focusing on a therapist’s own self-awareness.

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