Blog posts with the tag "Providers"

Staff Perspective: Patients Recording Sessions – Anxiety All Around

Recent events where patients covertly recorded behavioral health sessions has brought these chronic concerns to the forefront for many providers. Providers seem conflicted about where they stand on patients secretly recording sessions. But advancements in technology have enhanced the anxiety as people can now splice recordings in ways that misrepresent what actually happened. For some, these  advancements lead to the belief that secret recording should be illegal. For others, it is yet another factor in their conflicted feelings and the struggle between patient and provider rights.

Staff Perspective: “To Be or Not to Be”…a Military Psychologist

On a sunny Tuesday afternoon in southern California, I walked into my Air Force recruiter’s office and said, “I need to pull out of the application process.” I had spent the last three months meeting with my recruiter, filling out forms, gathering letters of recommendations, and preparing for the next steps.

Staff Perspective: In Their Own Words - The Voices of the Military Culture Training

In today's blog entry, Dr. Jenna Ermold discusses some of the potential missteps behavioral health provides may make when treating military-connected clients. Many of these examples come directly from Service members, Veterans and their families, who were interviewed while creating the "Military Culture: Core Competencies for Healthcare Professionals" online course.  Click below to check it out!

Staff Perspective: Smartphone Apps for the Anxiety-Minded

For the past few years I find more and more people using smartphone apps for professional purposes.  I admit that I've been hesitant to give up pen-and-paper for more advanced methods.  But I will also admit that there are some really neat and useful apps out there for the mental health professional.  I have also been stubbornly resisting electronic change, mainly because I don't want to have to deal with figuring out how to navigate a complicated, non-intuitive application.  If you too enjoy electronic simplicity and how it can be applied to your profession, below are two applications specific to individuals who need to better manage anxiety.

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