Other Counseling Related Blogs

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  1. Elizabeth Doherty Thomas – blog/personal website and grad student MFT
  2. SimpleTerapia – lo siento por mi espanol! El blog afirma: “propósito es crear un lugar en donde la “terapia en español” este accesible a todos los que están interesados – ya sean terapeutas, psicólogos, doctores o cualquiera que se dedique a la salud mental.”  (Ayudarme con mi espanol por favor?!)
  3. The Narcissist’s Diary – a blog written from the hypothetical point of view of someone with NPD
  4. Creative Therapies: Inspiring Creative Adventures for Wellbeing – based on the premise that the creative process has inherent healing potential.
  5. Therapy Tales – AWESOME Cartoon hilarity about…well…therapy 🙂
  6. The World of Mismatched Socks – Jenny Penny writes about having mild autism and a brother that has severe autism.
  7. The Situationist – “The situation” refers to causally significant features around us and within us that we do not notice or believe are relevant in explaining human behavior.  The Situationist is associated with The Project on Law and Mind Sciences at Harvard Law School. To visit the Project’s website, click here.
  8. Counseling and Therapy Blog – “The Counseling and Therapy Blogs give you an idea of what it’s like, day by day, preparing yourself to become a therapist.  Current Antioch University New England students from programs in the Department of Applied Psychology, share their ups and downs, joys and frustrations, hopes and fears.”
  9. The Empowered Client – “When it comes to mental health, an empowered client has answered questions like these:  Will counseling help me?  How do I find a counselor? …” Site has tons of articles and research on a variety of the helping professions.  Geared toward clients, but great for professionals/students too!
  10. The Last Psychiatrist – interesting articles/news and topics on psychology
  11. Piece of Paper – art blog by Sara Julsrud, a student in art therapy and counseling.  Contains blog posts and BEAUTIFUL sketches by her:) a fun site that is really worth going back to again and again:)
  12. General Psychology – “Welcome to the world of people. Psychology exists because human beings exist. Psychology is applied in our daily interactions with the others.”
  13. Study Abroad Panama – Intercultural Communication: Keldric is currently a graduate student at University of Louisville in the PhD program in Counseling Psychology.
  14. In Process – My Journey: from Ireland and now living in SC, this writer is in her internship in counseling
  15. Risa B. Lovitz – Thinking Outside the Box: mental health counseling related, insightful and informative

3 Responses to “Other Counseling Related Blogs”

  1. Tania Riosvelasco February 8, 2012 at 3:21 PM #

    Hi! Just found your blog and it’s really good! Love the posts I’ve read so far. I also write a psychotherapy-related blog in Spanish! There’s tons & tons of English resources but not many in Spanish – hoping to balance that a little bit 😉 I’m an MFT Intern (CA), Mexican-born, currently living in Germany. ¡Saludos!

    • coffeecounsel February 22, 2012 at 5:29 PM #

      I’d love to check out your blog! I can read a little Spanish, but not enough to attempt writing in it:) If I click on your profile will it bring me to it? BTW do you mind if I provide a link to your site on my counseling resources page? I agree there needs to be more resources for Spanish (as well as other language needs). I think CEUs should be offered for counselors pursuing second language courses? What are your thoughts on this?

      • Tania Riosvelasco February 23, 2012 at 9:55 PM #

        Not sure if you can get to my site through my profile, so here’s the link: simpleterapia.com
        I’d love to have my link posted at your site! Thank you 🙂
        It’s a great idea about offering CEUs to counselors pursuing second language courses; there’s a great need to have bilingual counselors/therapists/mental health professionals (especially at the border areas, I worked there), and not only Spanish. I think there should be an incentive for professionals in this field to want to pursue learning/solidifying a second language! And it’d be nice to have more of a ‘professional’ recognition of our skills.

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