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Answer and Rationale for FREE Practice Question on Termination http://bit.ly/2ozz7VW
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Free Practice Question: Termination. How do we know when it's time to terminate with our clients? http://bit.ly/2F9rakw
FREE Practice Question: Termination
FREE Practice Question: Termination
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What are healthy boundaries and why are they so important when it comes to studying for your LCSW or LMFT exams? In simple terms, healthy boundaries are the structures we set in place to meet our emotional, physical and spiritual needs. http://bit.ly/2Cb23Nc
The Role of Healthy Boundaries in Anxiety Management
The Role of Healthy Boundaries in Anxiety Management
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Answer and rationale are posted for yesterday's FREE practice question on Scope of Competence! http://bit.ly/2HwgQ4E
Scope of Competence: Answer and Rationale
Scope of Competence: Answer and Rationale
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If scope of practice is a legal issue, scope of competence is an ethical one. http://bit.ly/2C7gxO9
Scope of Competence: FREE Practice Question
Scope of Competence: FREE Practice Question
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Yesterday we explored the differences between the defense mechanisms introjection/internalization and identification and today we have a discussion of the answer and rationale for yesterday’s practice question! http://bit.ly/2o597Bx
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As an LCSW and LMSW exam coach, there are no defense mechanisms I get more emails and questions about than introjection/internalization and identification. http://bit.ly/2EpvoF9
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Confidentiality issues are tricky enough when you're treating a single client. Treating multiple people in joint psychotherapy can create complex confidentiality conundrums. Learn more about how to navigate these challenges in today's Law and Ethics blog. http://bit.ly/2FUGmip
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In this week's law and ethics blog, Ivan Perkins, JD explores one of the most common ways that psychotherapists find themselves mired in litigation or answering to board complaints: child custody disputes. http://bit.ly/2EtC1TH
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Self-care is a term we hear all of the time in our profession, but we don’t always practice it ourselves. This can have a big impact on our study process and our anxiety as we go through the study process. Learn more in today's anxiety management blog. http://bit.ly/2ntZtsX
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