Articles Tagged "education"

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Apr 7, 2024

Call to adventure In March 2023, Hanna Levenson, one of my colleagues at the Wright Institute, invited Alex Vaz and Tony Rousmaniere, the dynamic duo of Sentio Counseling Center (SCC), to do a 6-hour training on deliberate practice and the Sentio Supervision Model (SSM) for our community. They were looking for volunteers to be in […]

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In this introductory article we provide a brief overview of what Deliberate Practice is and why it matters for psychotherapists. We then present the Sentio Supervision Model, a 7-step Deliberate Practice supervision approach developed by the Sentio Marriage and Family Therapy (MFT) program that helps trainers integrate comprehensive skill building into clinical supervision. What is […]

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Nov 22, 2023

In this article, we propose a trauma-informed lens as an essential ingredient of clinical competency. We draw from established trauma theory and research (e.g., Levine, 2010; Mate & Mate, 2022; Menakem, 2017; van der Kolk, 2014), including that specific to graduate and postgraduate supervision (e.g., Courtois, 2018; Knight & Borders, 2018; McChesney, 2022) to explore […]

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Jun 1, 2022

Look at me But please Don’t look at me In this op-ed, I propose a novel perspective for engaging in anti-oppressive work within classrooms. But first, I provide a framework to better explain why this approach may be necessary for disentangling and de-threading the oppressive fabric that exists in every single one of us. In […]

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Dec 2, 2021

Student loan debt in the United States has been approaching crisis proportions since at least the early 2000s, but it is relatively recent that we in psychology have started to recognize the scope of the crisis in our own ranks. My research (Lantz [Wilcox] & Davis, 2017; Wilcox et al., 2021a, 2021b) has demonstrated that […]

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Mar 8, 2020

As of May 2018, approximately 50 million Americans are using online and mobile app dating services (hereafter referred to as “online dating”; Seetharaman & Wells, 2018). With one out of five relationships now starting online (Cacioppo et al., 2013; Hamilton, 2016), mental health professionals and graduate students are likely using these services. Indeed, a recent […]

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Sep 2, 2019

The creation of art is known to offer a variety of benefits for physical and mental well-being, but in our rush to categorize production of art as “self-care,” we may be overlooking the most essential piece. This article explores the idea that dismissing the work of passion as one more task to check off a […]

Let’s Start by Keeping It a Hundred I know it. You know it. Everybody who is a therapist knows it—we barely if at all get any training in how to build, run, and grow a private practice. For most of us we definitely did not have any courses in graduate school. Maybe when we were […]

Although a number of printed materials or professionals provide great tips on how to land an ideal psychology predoctoral internship, we at Division 29 were lucky to gather “real time” and valuable insider information. Current and recent psychology predoctoral interns from across the United States were recently asked to share their insights about the internship […]