Interview with Jaynay Johnson, LMFT, Teen Therapist, and Author

Jaynay Johnson, LMFT, is a therapist who specializes in teen mental health and practices in Pennsylvania and New Jersey. She does amazing work with teens struggling with self-harm, suicidal ideation, depression, and anxiety. She is also the author of three books: Dear Teen Self, a book to help adolescent girls through the difficulties of beingContinue reading “Interview with Jaynay Johnson, LMFT, Teen Therapist, and Author”

Interview with Dr. Danielle Keenan-Miller, Psychologist and Author

Welcome to another blog post about an awesome professional with resources to share! Dr. Danielle Keenan-Miller works for UCLA as the director of the Psychology Clinic. She is also the author of The Binge Eating Workbook, a fantastic resource for professionals working with clients with eating disorders. Keep an eye out for her upcoming courseContinue reading “Interview with Dr. Danielle Keenan-Miller, Psychologist and Author”

Interview with Jade Miller, Peer Support Worker

If you have been following my blog, you know I have been interviewing therapist authors to bring you more perspectives on mental health and more resources. Today I am sharing an interview with someone who is not a therapist. Jade Miller does peer support and shares her journey living with Dissociative Identity Disorder, and sheContinue reading “Interview with Jade Miller, Peer Support Worker”

Psychologists Vs Counselors Vs Social Workers

Between affordability, accessibility, and fit, finding a therapist who can meet your needs feels impossible. Most people aren’t even sure where to start when it comes to choosing a therapist. While there are many different factors to consider, one that comes up frequently when I receive referrals is the therapist’s credentials, and this is aContinue reading “Psychologists Vs Counselors Vs Social Workers”

Interview with Dr. Deborah Serani, Psychologist and Author

I connected with Dr. Deborah Serani on Twitter, and she was kind enough to answer some questions about her clinical work and her writing. She has some great books about depression as well as books for kids, and you can find her books on Amazon! To start off, tell me a bit about your professionalContinue reading “Interview with Dr. Deborah Serani, Psychologist and Author”

PESI Presents: Telehealth and Kids

I am so excited! It is once again time to share my telehealth and kids training through PESI. Tomorrow and Thursday I will be teaching this course live, and there is still time to sign up for the live webinar! I will be detailing how to set up a telehealth practice specifically for work withContinue reading “PESI Presents: Telehealth and Kids”

Jigsaw Puzzles for Telehealth

Many of my clients like doing puzzles, which is why I keep a few to choose from in my office, but pieces can get lost, and doing the same puzzles over and over gets boring. Enter telehealth. This website and lets you put together a jigsaw puzzle on your computer screen. Pieces never get lost,Continue reading “Jigsaw Puzzles for Telehealth”

EAPs and Mental Health

I’ve started a series answering questions on the cost of mental health. I firmly and passionately believe that every single person has a right to mental health care that fits their individual needs and is affordable, AND ALSO therapists and other mental health professionals deserve to be paid appropriately for their time. I spoke beforeContinue reading “EAPs and Mental Health”

Thinking Outside the Box for Therapy

Karen Caldwell is a Certified Rehabilitation Counselor, Licensed Professional Counselor, and International Psychometric Evaluator who provides mental health services as well as resources on her website, mentalbliss.org. She was kind enough to offer to share her writing with me. KC is raising money to provide free therapy sessions, and you can donate here! This postContinue reading “Thinking Outside the Box for Therapy”

Insurance and Mental Health

This post will probably end up being Part 1 in a series, since it is definitely information that people need to know. As my followers are aware, I’ve been writing about various mental health topics to help people who aren’t professionals understand psychology, therapy, evaluations, and other topics related to mental health. I would likeContinue reading “Insurance and Mental Health”