Introducing Lessons from the CouchThe process of psychotherapy remains a mystery to many. Yet therapists enjoy pulling back the curtain from time to time to help lift that mystery and have people understand that it’s not as mysterious as it may at first seem.

That’s why I’m pleased to introduce Lessons from the Couch with Karisse Callender, MS. Ms. Callender is a relatively new therapist who would like to share her experiences as she conducts therapy with her clients.

“I enjoy the process of seeing things unfold with clients who have mental health and addiction concerns and consider them to be “Lessons From The Couch” in my office,” Karisse says of her new blog. “I would also like to incorporate aspects of counselor wellness into the blog, as self-care is an area of interest for me.”

It’s of interest to a lot of people as well, so we look forward to her sharing her experiences with our readers. Please know that all experiences posted to this blog have been anonymized to protect patients’ confidentiality.

Please give Karisse a warm Psych Central welcome today, over at her blog Lessons from the Couch!

 


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    Last reviewed: By John M. Grohol, Psy.D. on 8 Mar 2013
    Published on PsychCentral.com. All rights reserved.

APA Reference
Grohol, J. (2013). Introducing Lessons from the Couch. Psych Central. Retrieved on August 23, 2014, from http://psychcentral.com/blog/archives/2013/03/08/introducing-lessons-from-the-couch/

 

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