Category Archives: code of ethics

Silence

I’m thinking about silence itself as an object/presence recently. Immediately in my reaction field is a post I was reading from another blogger here on WP. In my work as a child and adolescent therapist to some of the poorer … Continue reading

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Dang, I was assigned one heck of an interesting case this week. I’ll tell you all about it when I’m dead. Mums the word & ethics code & law.

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On Being Defensive

I almost can’t remember all the events of today…almost. By 11am the fit was ready to hit the shan.  I got up to go grab a chart from the office, when the front desk lady stops me, tells me a … Continue reading

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Week in Review

I can’t help but be reminded of the line “vanity, all is vanity” for this evening. I walk in and dump my tupperware in the sink, plop the book and pursue on the counter and stick my coffee in the … Continue reading

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