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  1. Cindy Hansen says:

    Fantastic Daryl, I am working on revising a holistic self care workshop I used to give to healthcare professionals to make it more specific to improving psychotherapy performance.

  2. Anita says:

    Thought provoking post, Daryl! It’s an interesting idea to reflect on mainstream the pressures to squeeze more clients, more paperwork, and more meetings into each and every work day. I am going to share this with the leadership team I sit on. I think it’s important to consider, not only for us but for the staff we support!

  3. Hi Daryl – good, thought provoking post. It raises for me the issue of scheduling clients. I’m now in private practice and it’s very rare for me to leave less that 30 minutes between clients. I do not function well with back to back clients, and don’t think I would serve my clients well working this way. What do I do with the 30 minutes? Reflect on my last client, idle a bit, and prepare for my next. Cheers! Barry

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