Category: Therapy Practice

Texting: The Future of Therapy?

Texting: The Future of Therapy?

Compared with finding a therapist in a big city, signing up for text-message therapy was a breeze. All I had to do was open an app on my phone, pick a username, and type my first message. Predictably, the first thing I wrote my new therapist was a question: "Hi. How...

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How to Build a Thriving Therapy Practice

How to Build a Thriving Therapy Practice

It is not unusual for me to get about 5-6 messages a month from people who want to meet up either in person, or on the phone, to talk about building a therapy practice. For whatever reason these people have found what I'm doing as a therapist in private practice...

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What Do You Look for in a Therapist?

“Good therapists” tend to embody qualities that you would look for, perhaps, in a mentor: They believe in you and in the possibility of things going well for you, they want to hear what you have to say, and they redirect you from cynicism to hope and expectancy....

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The DIY Clear “Whiteboard”

"How did you make that clear whiteboard?" There are a lot of questions I get as a therapist, but the above question is one I get a lot of from clients...and from other therapists. I would like to say that I came up with the idea myself, but I didn't. Rather, my good...

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Openness and Authenticity Are Not Enough

I'm currently reading a really great book, Restoration Therapy: Understanding and Guiding Healing in Marriage and Family Therapy by Terry D. Hargrave and Franz Pfitzer. In fact, I can't recommend it enough. But as I was reading last night this section of the book...

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About Rhett

I'm a Clinically Trained and Certified Executive Coach, Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, Author and Speaker. Read more...

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