MCLS: Harry Potter and the Therapist’s Couch

GLC~NS held this seminar on on June 29th. Our focus was split between considering language and metaphor generally in the therapeutic process, and considering the Harry Potter series as a specific source of metaphor. Some key ideas we discussed included the power of...

MCLS: Psychotherapy and Oppression

As we are into a renewal year, the Master Clinician Lecture Series will be hosting a series of 4 workshops that together will provide the 3 ethics and 3 cultural competency CEs that are required for social workers. A series within a series! I will be taking the lead...

MCLS: Phillip Elbaum

Looking forward to the next installment in the Master Clinician Lecture Series! The purpose of this series is to explore complexity in its various forms as we all strive to become masters of clinical work. This month I’m delighted that Phillip Elbaum, CADC, LCSW...

MCLS: Dr. Moltz

Our first in the Master Clinician Lecture Series on complexity was a great success. Dr. Sam Moltz gave a thorough, up-to-date presentation on what we eat, how we digest it, and how that impacts our brain and mind. We all came away with new knowledge we could apply...

Perfectionism

It’s exciting to have a vision of how things should be, or how they should look. It can be very frustrating when they don’t work the way we imagine. Especially when it comes to the stuff we make. For kids, the gap between what they are capable of...