By: Kimberly Kuskovsky, LMFT
Is it time to take that next step in your journey to becoming an LMFT? That was a thought I had last month as my 1500 clinical hours were winding down. I had put off the national licensing exam for as long as possible but finally found myself unable to come up with any more reasons not to take it. So I began studying, took the exam, and passed with flying colors! Here are some tips that I knew or wish I knew going in...
By: Sarah Trance, LMFT
As a new clinician, it can take time to develop your style with confidence. Young therapists often request tools from their supervisor and colleague’s in efforts to find direction in their treatment. Couple’s therapy can be an especially difficult modality that beginner counselors struggle with. Emotionally Focused Therapy (EFT) is an effective model for couples, which has a high success rate and outlines specific steps and stages for the therapist to utilize.
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