What do you do if, as a therapist, you’re called to testify in court? On this episode of the Mastering Counseling podcast, we explore just that. Our expert guest joining Megan is Nicol Stolar-Peterson. Nicol is a licensed clinical social worker in the state of California. She also owns and operates Therapist Court Prep, which […]
It’s time for a brand new episode of the Mastering Counseling podcast! This show is all about couples therapy. Joining Megan to discuss her approach to couples therapy is April Eldemire, LMFT. April runs the web site and practice Couples Thrive, based in the Fort Lauderdale area. She specializes in working with couples, specifically around […]
If you’re wondering why you don’t have more clients, this series of posts is for you.
Get ready for another episode of the Mastering Counseling podcast! Practicing psychotherapy is a rewarding career choice, but it doesn’t come without its fair share of challenges. Navigating those challenges, and maintaining success for a lengthy amount of time is something all therapists strive for. We’re fortunate to have a guest this week, Dr. Gerald […]
In this post, I finish comparing my answers from 7 years ago with my current answers. Giving Therapy to Friends 7 years ago: I also have to be careful not to enter therapy mode with my friends, or even people I have just met. I’ve caught myself several times doing this out of habit. It […]
It’s time for another episode of Mastering Counseling! This show, we’re covering what it’s like to practice psychotherapy “across the pond” in the United Kingdom. Joining Megan to share his experience with this is Noel Bell. Noel is an accredited integrative clinical psychotherapist based in London who works with couples and individuals in a private […]
Seven years ago I wrote about what it was like to be a counselor. In this series of posts, I ask myself those questions again and compare the answers.
We’re back with another episode of Mastering Counseling! On this show, Megan was joined by Will Meyerhofer, who runs The People’s Therapist blog. Will is a licensed clinical social worker and JD who currently works in private practice providing individual, couple, and group therapy from his TriBeCa loft in Lower Manhattan. Will is also an […]
We’ve got another great episode of Mastering Counseling for you! On this show, Megan was joined by Dr. Jeffrey Zeig, Founder and Director of the Milton H. Erickson Foundation. Dr. Zeig is also a psychologist and marriage and family therapist in private practice in Phoenix, Arizona with a speciality in experiential psychotherapy, hypnosis, and brief […]
I first wrote about this 7 years ago (in 2012), so I thought it would be interesting to see if any of my answers have changed. This is the first in a 3-post series.