Resources For Setting Boundaries

As we wrap up this series covering boundaries, I wanted to share some resources that you can use for yourself or with clients to build better boundaries. I like using short lists and visuals aids with clients to help overcome barriers like learning disabilities or distractions in the home. If you have suggestions or otherContinue reading “Resources For Setting Boundaries”

Types of Boundaries in Home-Based Therapy

Many of you might be familiar with this boundaries worksheet from Therapist Aid, but how does one apply theory to practice in a client’s home? This week on My Car is My Office and on the blog’s Instagram and Facebook page, I explore what boundaries can look like in a home setting and how toContinue reading “Types of Boundaries in Home-Based Therapy”

4 Options for Call Return Policies

As a mental health professional in the community, it is vitally important for you to uphold professional boundaries to protect clients from developing a dependence on you or on the treatment process. As many of us are working from home providing teletherapy, now more than ever we live and die by our phones. Innocente inContinue reading “4 Options for Call Return Policies”

Free Safety Checklist for Home Visits

Community mental health professionals and home-based therapists have always been more at risk in the field than other settings. Whether they are challenged by a hostile client experiencing a crisis, a domestic violence event in the home, or they spend hours on the road in areas without cell service or in neighborhoods with higher crimeContinue reading “Free Safety Checklist for Home Visits”