We published an article earlier this week about the therapeutic alliance. What we didn’t talk about in that article is how it is our responsibility to build and maintain that relationship. Fortunately, there are other therapists out there blogging and covering why this is important.
“Welcome to My Practice: The Rules of Conduct” – Jennifer Fleming
We preach regularly about evidence-based practice around here. This article lays out not only the importance of this, but also how to be reasonable about it when taking into account our clinical experience.
“Science versus Experience in Musculoskeletal Medicine” – Paul Ingraham
This past couple of months have been hard on everyone’s business. As a result, many of us could be experiencing some self-doubt regarding their progress and business success. This self-doubt can have major impacts on how we do things, but there are ways to curb this thinking and get back on track.
If you’ve been following this blog for any length of time, you know how strongly we feel about exercise. While the findings and studies are new and limited still, there is emerging evidence to show how important exercise is an effective way to manage stress during to local public health restrictions.
We have published many an article showing how to do graded exposure with patients. While this article is directed towards mental health professionals, the same arguments can be made about exposure therapy in a massage clinic setting. But, if we buy into misconceptions we’re less likely to use something that’s REALLY effective, however, we should be using this with all the confidence that its evidence base deserves.
“Myths About Exposure Therapy” – Dr. Carmen McLean
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