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Our blog is written by practicing professionals who offer online counseling services. Their advice, tips, and experiences are shared to inspire and educate peers, clients, and those seeking to learn more.

29

Sep2017
Psychologist Tools
by Nick / September 29, 2017 / iTherapy Blog
As a psychologist, you know you need some tools to do your best work. A phone number and email where people can reach you are essential for finding clients, ... Read More

09

Aug2017
As Mental Health Professionals, you pursue your passion – Helping People. However, your practice is also your business! If your business is not successful, you won’t be able to pursue ... Read More

31

Jul2017
You’ve finished school, you’ve got your license, you’ve started your own private practice. There’s just one thing to add – clients. Many education programs do not include how to market your practice. But as your private practice experts, we’re here to help ... Read More

22

Feb2017
Women who undergo traumatic experiences are twice as likely to develop PTSD as men(A.P.A., n.d.). While ... Read More

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Feb2017

13

Dec2016
Prepare Many therapy client’s may wonder, what does a therapist think about before they see a new client for the first therapy appointment? What sort of expectations do therapists set for themselves when clients come into the office? I try to prepare ... Read More

09

Aug2014
  Are you struggling to find a balance between protecting your parents while not infringing on their need for an independent life?  If so, you are not alone. Countless adults become caregivers or guardians for their aging parents, often finding it necessary to ... Read More

30

Mar2014
 Licensed Psychological Associate - Daughter, Wife, Sister Have you ever thought about how your life would change if you decided to care for your dad through the final stages of his life at home. My father ... Read More

29

Mar2014
Are you struggling to find a balance between protecting your parents while not infringing on their need for an independent life?  If so, you are not alone. This may be one of the toughest decisions we ever have to make. Even if you know it is the right thing to do, ... Read More

29

Mar2014
Managing Partner iTherapy   Twenty- Nine Percent of the U.S. adult population  are providing care to someone. I have had the opportunity and the gift to be a caregiver, twice in my life, for both my mother and father.  My father was diagnosed with cancer and we cared for him ... Read More