Three clinicians share their experiences of the power of supervision. Read more

The Perpetual Student

A Trauma Treatment Journey

A long-term client leads a therapist to discover that maybe the hard way is how we learn best. Read more

Embracing Our Core Competencies

How Would It Change the Practice of Therapy?

Training to become technicians in particular areas isn’t what best serves our clients. Read more

Therapy, Fast and Slow

Training Clinicians to Balance Doing with Being

How do therapists create a great training culture, one in which we become substantially better at what we do? Read more

Through the One-Way Mirror

The Education of a Family Therapist

As a family therapy trainee in the 70s, it was easy to feel like part of a larger revolution. Read more

The Four Stages of Supervision

Establishing a Lasting Relationship with Your Supervisee

Teacher? Guide? Gatekeeper? Consultant? How clarifying your role as supervisor helps. Read more

The New Supervision

Are We Meeting the Needs of Today’s Therapists?

The stakes for quality supervision are high. And yet, live supervision is increasingly considered more a bonus than a staple. Read more

The truth is, supervision is harder to come by these days. For a number of reasons that we explore here, some trainees don’t have access to regular... Read more

Clinician's Quandary November 5, 2021

Forging Your Own Path

A Graduate Student’s Training Dilemma
Psychotherapy Networker

A graduate student has to pick a focus to train on, but is unsure of which to choose. Here, clinicians offer advice. Read more

Clinician's Quandary July 29, 2021

Wisdom, or Yesterday’s News?

The Older Therapist in the Younger Practice

An older therapist is beginning to feel insecure about their age and is considering whether to dive into new trainings or retire. Five clinicians offer advice. Read more