Graduate Students in the Mental Health Professions

August 19, 2015
steps to become a psychologist

(Psychology, Counseling, Social Work & Psychiatry Residents)

Developing your clinical skills

I developed these blog posts for my Johns Hopkins graduate students in my courses in psychodynamic psychotherapy and building a successful private psychotherapy practice.  

However, I soon began to hear from graduate students and physicians in an array of mental health disciplines (psychology, social work, counseling and psychiatry). Here are some answers to some of the questions that they asked.

How can I prepare myself for private practice

Developing self-awareness

Establishing the therapeutic frame

More tips for graduate students in the mental health professions

Read more about these concerns and building a private practice in the private practice section of this blog

Licensed mental health professionals seeking supervision (technically known as consultation) are welcome to call me at: 301.656.9650.

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