Also think about your fellow therapists around the world who are worn down by a clinical practice of unending clients who never get better. Then think of your own personal joy experiencing RRT during your training and then providing RRT the very next week at work; and getting better at it with each session. Think of your joy going to work knowing that you will make a profound difference in someone's life. With this book we can reach out to these therapists and offer them hope for a vocation that truly feeds their soul.
The stories already shared in this newsletter are perfect examples of what we need for our evolving Life Changing Conversations book. The working topics for the book include:
- "Changed Lives" with client stories about Sexual Abuse, Post Traumatic Stress, Veterans, Panic Disorders, Depression, Frozen Grief, and Addictions & Cravings
- "Changed Clinical Practices" with highlights/stories of Out-patient care provided across the country, In-Patient Care provided at places like the Beachcomber and Palm Partners, and Children & Adolescent Care such as with Molly's practice
- "Changed Education & Training Practices" with a general description of the courses and testimonials from Level I Basic Training, Level II Advanced Training, the Certified Practitioner's Program (with its monthly case reviews, etc.), the Master Practitioner Program and twice yearly Retreats for CPs.
*Article courtesy of Dr. Sharon Richie-Melvan, Ph.D., Certified Rapid Resolution Therapist. Dr. Sharon also co-authored the book, "Angel Walk: Nurses at War in Iraq and Afghanistan," with Dr. Diane Vines, Ph.D, Certified Rapid Resolution Therapist. Within the book, Dr. Sharon recommends Rapid Resolution Therapy as a PTSD treatment approach (p. 97). To purchase your copy today, please click here.
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