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Counseling in Troubled Times

In this time when people have lost money in their 401Ks and worry about losing their jobs, they get picky about how to spend their money. Counseling is less important than a redo of their spare bedroom for their unemployed son or even a trip to visit their cousins. As a therapist, you see your […]

Counseling is Expendable

Counseling is expendable. That’s what people think in an economic downturn. They stop buying designer clothes and start eating at Culver’s. They stop counseling: it’s an intangible, and it’s harder to see its value compared to buying a new kitchen stove or putting vinyl siding on your house. If you’re a therapist and some of […]