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Why it’s important to admit what you don’t know.

Lately I’ve had some interesting conversations about not knowing what to do and vulnerability. It seems some senior psychologists don’t like people to know what they don’t know. They hide from their employees where they get their business ideas from, believing that as leaders they can’t demonstrate any kind of not knowing. That admitting they …

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Experience alone won’t make you an authentic therapist. Here’s why.

I received the following question via my group entry question to my group Authentic Confidence for Therapists. Hi Nadene, how does experience impact authenticity as a therapist – does it evolve over time? I’d be interested to know. I love this question so much because it allows me to talk about why I started my …

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Ain’t nobody perfect including therapists

One of the most helpful things I encountered in one of those therapist tales type books I read (it may have been the mummy at the dining room table) was this. The therapist shared their disappointment that the non-judgemental acceptance and empathy they could feel for their clients was much harder to apply in their …

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How can I feel confident to charge my worth as a therapist?

I spoke recently about how to feel confident to charge your worth, a question submitted by one of my facebook group members. Charging your worth is important because you have worked hard to become a therapist and there are business costs associated with running a private practice. In order to have a reasonable living that …

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