Self Care for Therapists After a Natural Disaster
Natural disasters wreck more than just infrastructure; they shake up our sense of safety. Here are 10 self-care tips to help therapists cope with the aftermath of natural disasters.
Our top 5 business book recommendations for therapists looking to learn more about getting their new group practice started.
Seven simple tips that can help you set strong intentions and reasonable rates in your private practice -- plus a free therapy fee calculator!
Anxiety 5, 4, 3, 2,1 is a mindfulness exercise used to cope with, lessen, and manage anxiety. Learn about how the technique works and ways you can use it to combat anxiety!
Advice from Black therapists on how Black folks can care for their mental health during difficult times. Eight educational and actionable tips.
Our anti-racism initiatives and ways we are supporting mental health in Black communities in the wake of recent violent events.
To learn whether and to what extent your health insurance benefits cover therapy sessions, call your insurance company and ask these questions.
Nell Meosky Luo is the Founder and CEO of Folia Health, a digital health company that seeks to harness data from patients and their families to improve health outcomes. Folia Health gathers unique insight into each individual's chronic disease to ensure they receive the best care possible.
Jenny Xia is the Co-Founder and Co-CEO of FreeWill. Here, she shares how she incorporates elements of self-care into her non-stop boss life, and her dedication to fostering a culture where feedback is constructive, open, and encouraged across team levels.
Therapy experiences are subjective and it can take time to see results. However, there are some signs to look for when assessing if your therapy is effective.
Early parenthood brings a lot of emotions, and new moms may experience "baby blues." These mild symptoms go away on their own in 2 weeks. For other new moms, the sadness remains even after things have quieted down – they may be experiencing postpartum depression (PPD).