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The Perils of Paying Too Much Attention

A Guide for Attending to Clients Without Getting Burned Out

Christine Caldwell • 11/10/2017

By Christine Caldwell - We've all experienced what happens when get tied up in our clients' knotted lives. But how do we attune to our clients' experiences and not get knotted up ourselves? In essence, self-care becomes more than just taking enough time off, balancing our practice, and getting good supervision. It involves getting our bodies back.

Daily Blog
Copyright:
2/6/2013
Authors:
RICHARD SIMON, PH.D.
 
MARIAN SANDMAIER, MA
 
BARBARA GOODRICH-DUNN
 
ROB FISHER, MA, MFT
 
CHRISTINE CALDWELL, PHD
 
MARY SYKES WYLIE, PHD
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NRC095555

Caring for the Caregiver

The Art of Oscillating Attention

Christine Caldwell • 6/1/2004

Feeling too much of what our clients feel can leave us exhausted and depleted. Increasing our own body awareness is essential to both effective treatment and self-care.

Magazine Article
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Copyright:
2/6/2013
Authors:
RICHARD SIMON, PH.D.
 
MARIAN SANDMAIER, MA
 
BARBARA GOODRICH-DUNN
 
ROB FISHER, MA, MFT
 
CHRISTINE CALDWELL, PHD
 
MARY SYKES WYLIE, PHD
Product:
NRC095555
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The Perils of Paying Too Much Attention

A Guide for Attending to Clients Without Getting Burned Out

Christine Caldwell • 11/10/2017

By Christine Caldwell - We've all experienced what happens when get tied up in our clients' knotted lives. But how do we attune to our clients' experiences and not get knotted up ourselves? In essence, self-care becomes more than just taking enough time off, balancing our practice, and getting good supervision. It involves getting our bodies back.

Daily Blog
Page 1 of 1

Caring for the Caregiver

The Art of Oscillating Attention

Christine Caldwell • 6/1/2004

Feeling too much of what our clients feel can leave us exhausted and depleted. Increasing our own body awareness is essential to both effective treatment and self-care.

Magazine Article
Page 1 of 1
Christine Caldwell, PhD, is a somatic therapist in private practice in Boulder, Colorado. She is the founder of the Somatic Psychology Department at the Naropa Institute, and the director of the Moving Center, also in Boulder. She is the author of Getting Our Bodies Back: Recovery, Health, and Transformation through Body-Centered Psychotherapy.