Tag: therapy

How to Manage Talkative Client

How to Manage Talkative Client

By Jennifer R. Kemp, MPsych Talkative clients can be hard to manage. We feel torn—not wanting to be rude, yet knowing they risk wasting valuable time. Actively managing the flow… READ MORE

Finish Your Sessions on Time

Finish Your Sessions on Time

By Jennifer R. Kemp, MPsych Many therapists struggle to stick to their schedule, regularly finishing their sessions late. This has a personal cost: missing breaks or running late will make… READ MORE

Talking Ourselves Out of Feeling Phony

Talking Ourselves Out of Feeling Phony

By Stacee L. Reicherzer, PhD We’ve all walked out of sessions feeling like a phony. Perhaps the client was unresponsive to our interventions, or didn’t seem to connect at all… READ MORE

The Five Rs of Effective Homework

The Five Rs of Effective Homework

By David A. Clark, PhD In recent years, homework has been getting bad press in cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) circles. For many clients, the word has an unpleasant association, conjuring… READ MORE

Sign Up for Our Email List

New Harbinger is committed to protecting your privacy. It's easy to unsubscribe at any time.

Recent Posts

Quick Tips for Therapists