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In this article (originally published on PsychMaven), Dr. David Hall shares his pre-licensure experience, some of the pitfalls to avoid, and tips to make your own journey through the desert a successful one.
For Pride Month, we’re highlighting clinical supervisors on Motivo who specialize in working with LGBTQIA populations in therapy and counseling.
Clinical supervision is a necessary step in every new therapist’s licensure journey, but it’s always been difficult and expensive. Motivo hopes bringing clinical supervision online will change the field for the better.
Great clinical supervision is too important to not take seriously or to leave to chance, but you may have to “swipe left” on a few people before you find “the one.”
There’s no easy path to following your calling as a therapist, but at least finding a supervisor can be less stressful.
As much as we’d love to rid the world of suicide, it’s still imperative that you know how to ask. Here’s how to do a suicide risk assessment.
Millions tuned in to the 2018 Grammy Awards this year to to see performances from popular artists such as Kendrick Lamar, Lady Gaga and Bruno Mars. But it was another
Every week or so, we’ll publish an article that covers some aspect of clinical supervision — whether that’s licensure, best practices, tips and tricks, new regulations, and more!
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