Affirmation Conference: Fostering Loving Dialogue about LGBT Mormons

Next month, I have a wonderful opportunity to participate in Affirmation, a conference dedicated to fostering a loving discussion among LGBT Mormons, their friends and family, and the LDS community.  The conference is non-political, but is instead focused on providing healing, love, and support for our LGBT brothers and sisters. The Deseret News ran a story about the conference here.

Why Conventional Media Still Matters

I spill my practice building media tips in new issue of TILT Magazine One of my favorite therapists to follow on Twitter is DeeAnna Nagel, co-founder of the Online Therapy Institute. She and co-founder Kate Anthony are well-known online therapy innovators and experts. A few months ago I was delighted when DeAnna invited to submit a feature article for their …

Why I Happily Woke Up At 3am Last Sunday…National Interview

 I love sleep. I need sleep. Very few things can get me to happily wake up at 3:00am, especially on a Sunday morning. The only one I can think of right now is going to the hospital to have a baby. But last week, I added another reason I’d sacrifice my precious sleep—the invitation to interview live on the national …

[Video] Peek Inside A Hip Urban Psychiatry Office

Collaborative psychiatrist Kelli Hyland, MD‘s office space in Salt Lake City, UT is unlike most traditional medical office spaces.  What’s impressive is that it is both functional and funky, and accurately reflects Kelli’s collaborative style and approach to treatment. I love how Kelli has set up the waiting room to function as a personal work space and a colleague consultation …

Lights. Camera. Therapy! National TV Debut Tonight

I let a camera crew film two therapy sessions for the TV series “Secretly Pregnant” airing tonight at 10:00 PM ET/8:00 PM MT on Discovery Fit & Health. While I have a lot of TV experience I’ve never been this nervous about it. I think it’s because I have NO idea how the therapy sessions will be edited and I don’t …

Therapist Roll Call: Join The Private Practice Twitter List

I recently blogged about ways to use Twitter to build your private practice, and encouraged you to tweet your elevator speech/basic practice message in 140 characters or less. Those posts got me wondering, “How many therapists in private practice are actively using Twitter?” So, I’m taking a roll call to help you use Twitter to connect with other like-minded therapists …