In Many Minneapolis Schools, the Therapist is Just Right Down the Hall

by Erin Weinberger • January 23, 2020

When Cathy Moen’s son, Elijah, was in first grade, he was diagnosed with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder. She took him to the pediatrician, who put him on medication and suggested therapy. The medication part was easy. But getting him therapy proved more difficult — not because Moen couldn’t find a therapist or didn’t have insurance,… Read More »

Ways to Successfully Balance a Full Caseload as a Therapist

by Andrea Hutchinson • January 7, 2020

By: Bridget Eickhoff, MA, Alison Dolan, Psy.D., LP, and Andrea Hutchinson, Psy.D., LP Being a therapist can be a fulfilling and rewarding career. However, it can be hard to remember that therapists are humans who also experience anxiety, stress, and burnout. We took a survey of 30 clinicians at CARE Counseling asking what makes them… Read More »

How to De-Stress During the Holidays

by Erin Weinberger • January 7, 2020