Podcast Episodes

Shared Traumatic Experiences

Shared Traumatic Experiences Curt and Katie chat about the potential that clients will take care of us because we’re all going through the global pandemic. We look at the humanization and boundary shifts that can happen. We also talk about how to handle the nuance of the changes in the therapeutic relationship to help sustain stronger clinical efficacy. It’s time...[ read more ]

Making Decisions Now (blog)

Many of us are two months into quarantine and have settled into a new normal. There are people who are working from home, have shifted to 100% telehealth, and others who have navigated CDC and WHO guidelines to keep going to work or seeing clients in their office. We have transformed how we live to work to decrease the impacts...[ read more ]

Traumatizing Trauma Workers: Don’t Leave the choice to the worker (blog)

Circling in the news recently and being shared widely on social media is the story of Dr. Lorna Breen, a New York ER doctor who died by suicide after having served in the frontlines in treating cases of COVID-19. While Dr. Breen was not a therapist, any member of our healthcare community that dies by suicide is a warning sign...[ read more ]

Gaslighting Therapists

Gaslighting Therapists Curt and Katie talk about the concern that therapists will be gaslit as therapist workforce takes on the next epidemic – the mental health pandemic. We discuss how mental health workers are seen as essential, but are not paid or are underpaid. We dig into the dangerous “Hero Narrative” and its specific impacts on the health and livelihood....[ read more ]

Now What? (blog)

Each one of us has had to scramble to shift and change as our world has gone into crisis. Many of us have made a full switch to virtual meetings and sessions. There are economic uncertainties and there is emotional fall-out that we are navigating at the same time as our clients and colleagues. It can be hard to know...[ read more ]

Burnout or Depression

Curt and Katie talk about the idea that burnout and depression could actually be the same thing. We look at how stigma and a sense of superiority may inhibit clinicians from reporting that they’re actually experiencing depression rather than “burnout.” It’s time to reimagine therapy and what it means to be a therapist. To support you as a whole person...[ read more ]

The Viral Episode

Curt and Katie talk about the Corona Virus scare. We look at how to take care of ourselves, our clients, and our businesses during the current outbreak. We also look at the mental health impacts and the legal and ethical responsibilities we have to our clients. It’s time to reimagine therapy and what it means to be a therapist. To...[ read more ]

Are You Too Personal About Your Work? (blog)

Originally posted on Evolve to Thrive (https://evolvetothriveconsulting.com/too-personal-about-work/) When you’re passionate about what you do, you can put a lot of yourself into your work. Even more, if you’ve embarked on this work because of a life changing experience, the work can feel more important than anything else in your life. I know how vital this work is and how helpful...[ read more ]

Dissociation in Therapy

An interview with Dr. Jamie Marich on how to navigate through dissociation in the therapy room. Curt and Katie interview Jamie about her own experiences with dissociation and what she does to cope as a dissociative professional. We discuss the importance of mindfulness and other strategies to take care of ourselves as well as treating dissociative clients. We also chat...[ read more ]

Structuring Self-Care

Curt and Katie talk about structuring self-care into your business practices. We look at how to incorporate self-care best practices into the way you build your work day. We also talk about common challenges to taking this advice. It’s time to reimagine therapy and what it means to be a therapist. To support you as a whole person and a...[ read more ]

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