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On Developing a Process Focus in Counseling

Tuesday, February 4, 2014,
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Where we focus is where our energy goes. So we want to ensure that when we are conducting a counseling session we are focusing our attention on the most relevant and potentially helpful issue or issues for our clients. This is critical if we are going to create an experience that offers the most therapeutic benefit to our client.

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Where Do Old Elephants Go to Die? When is it time to retire from working in this field?

Friday, October 4, 2013,
Author: Thomas Peltz
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The issue of deciding when to retire is perhaps bigger than we realize, and as such, continues to be under-addressed. 

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Where Do Old Elephants Go to Die? When is it time to retire from working in this field?

Thursday, October 3, 2013,
Author: Thomas Peltz
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The issue of deciding when to retire is perhaps bigger than we realize, and as such, continues to be under-addressed.

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Compassion Fatigue

Wednesday, September 18, 2013,
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Time and time again people say to me, after I have mentioned the concept of Compassion Fatigue, “I never really thought about it…but you know, I think I’ve got some of ‘that.’"

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Loving Your Clients

Sunday, January 8, 2012,
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I have been in the field of addiction treatment for close to 15 years. During this time, we as a field have changed quite a bit, as have many of our methods.

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Compassion Fatigue

Thursday, September 25, 2008,
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Time and time again people say to me, after I have mentioned the concept of Compassion Fatigue, “I never really thought about it…but you know, I think I’ve got some of ‘that.’” They are surprised, then relieved to finally have an understanding of some of the feelings they had been experiencing.  Often, caregivers have not considered that the very nature of their work has made them susceptible to this condition – the stress of caring too much.  If you or someone you know is potentially a candidate for this syndrome, then this article is for you.

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