A therapist gains guidance from colleagues on LBR/LBW and how to effectively use the information gained from whether words/actions were accepted at the time or instead were reacted to as if true at some later point.
Where to obtain free advice on tax issues to help your practice management.
Is there a way of letting ‘lost’ patients know that they are welcome to return to complete their treatment? A template letter is provided, along with other suggestions for self-reflection useful to all therapists.
Therapist Mary Ratcliffe explains a technique she uses to enhance her questioning agility in treatment which also helps to identify any areas not as strong as others and so decide on her next most promising study area.
What is the optimal length for recordings that patients use at home? What are the disadvantages of being too long or too short?
The Support Forum for LCH therapists is a vibrant and invaluable resource, providing the opportunity to seek help, guidance, reassurance, opinions and support from fellow practitioners. Details of joining this Facebook Group and how to receive posts and participate in discussions.
When a therapist has a ‘crisis of confidence’ or feels a bit ‘wobbly’ about the treatment they are providing, it is good to know that this is neither uncommon nor insurmountable. This article explains what one therapist did and how the situation was effectively overcome.