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The Benefits of Video Marketing for Therapists

Video Marketing for Therapists If your goal is to grow your organization and expand your client base, you should consider video marketing. While videos are used across all industries to promote growth and interaction, therapists do not always consider it when looking for ways to market themselves. Video marketing for therapists can be extremely effective […]

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Dreams: I know you’ll find this interesting

Come on, don’t start with the "I don’t dream" declaration. News flash: we all dream, though we may not recall them. Dreams are fascinating. And since they’re mind-driven, mystery abounds. So let’s see what we can see, and learn. Yes, interesting…

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So Your Partner Wants an Open Relationship

Help! My Partner Wants to “Open Up” Our Relationship You never saw it coming. Your partner said, “We need to talk,” and you immediately began searching your memory banks: What did I do? Did I forget to pay the phone bill? Or take out the trash? Nope. Nothing so benign, something far scarier: they* want […]

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BECK INSTITUTE HONORS FORMER U.S. REPRESENTATIVE PATRICK J. KENNEDY WITH AWARD FOR WORK IN MENTAL HEALTH

PRESS RELEASESeptember 11, 2020 CONTACTSarah Fleming 610-664-3020 x222sfleming@beckinstitute.org BALA CYNWYD, PA – Beck Institute for Cognitive Behavior Therapy (BI) announced today that former U.S. Representative Patrick J. Kennedy is the recipient of the 2020 Beck Institute Excellence Award. This award was created to recognize individuals, organizations, and initiatives that improve lives worldwide through the advancement of evidence-based practice […]

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BECK INSTITUTE ANNOUNCES RELEASE OF THIRD EDITION OF LANDMARK TEXTBOOK

PRESS RELEASEOctober 9, 2020 CONTACTSarah Fleming610-664-3020 x222sfleming@beckinstitute.org BALA CYNWYD, PA – Beck Institute for Cognitive Behavior Therapy (BI) is pleased to announce the release of the third edition of Dr. Judith Beck’s textbook Cognitive Behavior Therapy: Basics and Beyond from Guilford Press. This book, previously translated into more than 20 languages, is an essential resource in […]

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World Mental Health Day 2020

Free info cards download. As we reflect on this year and all that has come and gone, COVID-19 has likely taken an enormous toll on your life, and on your physical and mental health, whether you’re aware of it or not. We can’t help but think about every person dealing with a wave of new […]

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Becoming Your Own Hero: 4 Elements of Inner Strength

by Nancy Bortz, Unlicensed Psychotherapist (CO) Become Your Own Hero We all have ideas about our personal heroes, but have you ever thought about how you can be your own hero? Ask yourself: what is a hero? I have had a handful of heroes in my life. These heroes have been people that loved me […]

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514: Are micro distractions increasing your anxiety?

In this week’s podcast, we’re talking about how micro distractions can increase anxiety.

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Thoughts from the road…

The last few months have been hellish and difficult. As you may have noticed I stopped posting altogether for a while. I’ve moved to a new state and am now starting a new life with my partner, Paul Woodward and our three four-leggeds. I am blessed on this planet that includes heaven and hell in… Continue Reading →

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Life lesson: Strive to be uncomfortable (it’s how you’ll find comfort)

Comfort doesn’t come cheap, especially for someone dealing with a mood or anxiety disorder. Unfortunately, payment is often made with suspect currency. No one likes to be uncomfortable. But a life lesson says it’s the best way to find comfort. Hear me out?