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Recent Blog Posts

A Creative Technique to Help Clients Face Fear

Fear is our body’s natural way of protecting us from a potential threat. But when fear gets in the driver’s seat, it can keep us from the people and activities…

How to Reframe a Client’s Relationship with an Inner Critic

A toxic inner critic can often trap our clients in painful patterns of shame, or sometimes leave them frozen in fear. But according to Rick Hanson, PhD, the inner critic…

When Depression Doesn’t Look Like Depression

Fatigue. Feelings of worthlessness. Loss of interest. We recognize these as classic signs of depression. But according to Terry Real, MSW, LICSW, these symptoms aren’t always the way men experience…


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Joanne Williams, Social Work

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Dawn Vincent, Social Work

Camberwell, Australia