Clients and patients come back when they trust us. They show up (early even!) for appointments when there is trust. They follow recommendations and ask for suggestions, when there is trust. For clients with a trauma history, trust is everything. When you take steps to trauma-sensitize your practice, you are building trust with people who really need it.Read More
Most people are relieved when they aren’t asked many questions on an intake form or by their doctor.
I’m not one of them.Read More
What do you do when a patient isn’t sure of their own health history? Good question. Watch for 3 clear steps to take.Read More
Coming this spring, you can join in a virtual learning community for a special, time limited summer school course on navigating the trauma of sexual abuse.Read More
My clients tell me that when they're working with survivors, it can feel as if they aren't making a difference. They're right and they're not alone. When even seemingly minor issues can be a stressful challenge, what can you do?Read More