Coming out of the Closet and Stepping into Recovery: Working with LGBTQ Clients
When counseling a client, it is important for a counselor to also understand general cultural differences, especially sexual minorities because they are of all nationalities, ethnicities, and socioeconomic classes.
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“Running to Be on the Run”
Lately, I have been noticing more and more women patients of a certain age—between forty-five and about sixty-five—who are just so, so busy. They are busy every moment of every day, and they are always running.
Lawyers, judges, and even law students are far more likely than average to need chemical dependency and mental health services, but also far less likely to seek them. Once they do seek services, these individuals can present special challenges for the counselors, therapists, and other health care providers who work with them.
Featured In This Issue of Counselor Magazine
Wisdom Recovery, Part II
Social Peculiarity: A Primer for Counselors
SUDS vs. Other Mental Disorders
The Science of Mutual Aid Groups
JSAT: IMI for Women with Alcohol Use Disorders
The Impaired Professional, Part II: Attorneys
Twelve Steps into Spirituality, Part II
In my previous article I wrote about the first six insights into spirituality; here are the remaining steps.
Feeling Great: Living with Optimism, Enthusiasm, and Contentment
Have you ever wondered how some people overcome incredible obstacles and find peace? What about why some people are devastated for life while others press on and find joy?
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