Celine Monif

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  • in reply to: Lincoln Peer Support Zoom Meeting 8/13/20 #30683
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    I will be attending 🙂

    in reply to: Lincoln Peer Support Zoom Meeting 6/11/20 #30653
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    I’ve been working on something like this, so glad to see you are meeting!!

    in reply to: Telehealth during Coronavirus #30613
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    Sorry for your past experience. Telehealth is something that all therapists, even ones who strongly prefer in-office, have to acknowledge as part of the norm now. APPT is preparing resources right now to post in our forums, you should be seeing it in a day or so.

    in reply to: Share Office Space #30607
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    Just thinking maybe post her interest on the Member’s Facebook page (it may get more response there)?

    in reply to: Revenge #30597
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    You’re welcome. I’ll try to get someone to look at the site since the links are not popping up.

    in reply to: Revenge #30594
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    My first question is whether your client has to work/interact with this person regularly (coworker?) or is it someone they can avoid? Second, is there some inherent reward to the revenge rumination (fantasy/satisfaction)? Otherwise I have heard of a few books mentioned in the past, although I have not read them. The first on is “Dealing with People You Can’t Stand”, a self-help book but more for the motivated. The other is “People Can’t Drive You Crazy If You Don’t Give Them the Keys”, told there was a Christian undertone to it (again, have not read them).

    IF you have a really good rapport, maybe try confronting it? While doing family therapy, I once used a “speak and repeat” toy to replay a father’s words back to him when he engaged in juvenile revenge fantasies (high squeaky voice from a fuzzy hamster). He got a good laugh (client had a sarcastic sense of humor), said it sounded like something his child would say, and was able to recognize how irrational his comments sounded/poor role model for child – but definitely not for everyone.

    in reply to: Consultation Group #30555
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    Are you thinking in person (over coffee/beverages) or online? I might be able to help/participate on both.

    in reply to: Ethics #30553
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    The APPT training in April, A Quest for Competency & Queer Affirming Care, will provide a total of 4 CEU’s, with 1 CEU applied as Ethics. We are looking at more trainings for later this year as well.

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