What are These Resources? How Can They be Used?
Often during sessions with my clients, they are sent to various forms, books, videos and web sites as a sort of homework. Rather than spend their valuable time with me – and often reinforcing what is learned in therapy – clients look further afield than the session at hand.
Below you will find a listing of these resources. Clients past and present will find reminders in these lists. And casual site viewers can glean positive input to their own personal journeys.
These resources are alphabetized by topic. So, for example, if you want to learn more about Trauma, scroll down to T. To learn more about Internal Family Systems Therapy, go to I.
Yes, this is only a partial list, and an ever evolving list. If you want to learn more about topics not shown here, or just want to ask my opinion about any of these areas, just contact me with your questions. I’ll be glad to help
A B C D E F J H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z
Change – Personal change happens in sequential stages according to model of change discovered in the 1980’s. This model is used in my work. Here’s a good explanation http://www.prochange.com/transtheoretical-model-of-behavior-change
Depression – Beck’s Depression Inventory is a popular and self-scored assessment. If you or a loved on wonders if they are experiencing depression, start here: http://www.hr.ucdavis.edu/asap/pdf_files/Beck_Depression_Inventory.pdf
Internal Family Systems Therapy If you have already read about IFS Therapy on the site, your next step to learning more is to visit this modalities web site: http://www.selfleadership.org
Suicide happens when you or someone you know has more pain than resources to cope with that pain. If you know someone in that position, please call one of these local resources: 911, 385-2900 The Crisis Intervention Team or 247-5245 to be connected with a telephone crisis worker.
Suicide Read this First here is an inspirational and practical resource that I give to clients: https://www.metanoia.org/suicide/
Teen Brains Teenagers are often difficult for their parents to understand. This short article and podcast by NPR may help parents remember what it was like for themselves and how to relate to their teen. http://www.npr.org/templates/story/story.php?storyId=124119468