Using the Miracle Question with Children in Therapy

In Solution Focused therapy, the highly renowned Miracle Question, can be used by clinicians in order to draw out an individual's goals, wishes, and greatest desires. In my own experience, clients can often give responses that are surprising, and not at all what I anticipate. But what is the Miracle Question? It's typically a question... Continue Reading →

Top Tips When You Run Out of Teletherapy Ideas | Social Work & Mental Health

Many mental health professionals are continuing to work in order to provide care to many people, including new clients as a result of COVID-19 related anxiety. Going on month four of teletherapy has led myself to reach for more activities and therapeutic ideas when working with children. With months of teletherapy, the activities that were... Continue Reading →

Using Cartoon Characters in Therapy Sessions & Engaging in Anti-Racist Play Therapy

At the start of working remotely, I was excited to gain skills in telemental health sessions, as well as try new activities with the kids I work with. After four months of teletherapy, however, I have found it increasingly difficult to keep sessions interesting and engaging for the kids, and to not repeat too many... Continue Reading →

Safety Candle|Group Activity

This will be the first post in a series of many in regards to activities that can be done within a group setting. Many times, having a craft and activity to complete, while discussing more sensitive topics, allows for easier conversation and openness. It reminds me loosely of EMDR Therapy, in which an individual's eyes... Continue Reading →

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