Science, Love, and Infinite Mind with Stephen G. Post, PhD

Science, Love, and Infinite Mind with Stephen G. Post, PhD [Episode 35 of the Intentional Clinician Podcast] Check out Paul Krauss MA LPC’s interview with Stephen G. Post, PhD as he tells of his personal story of growth and discusses much of his scientific research. After having a recurring dream […]

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What is Bibliotherapy?

“Bibliotherapy” may be a term that is unfamiliar to you, but it is a unique idea that has both historical and modern scientific support. The term “bibliotherapy” originated in 1916 and essentially means reading for therapy. The term was first used in an article called “A Literary Clinic” in The […]

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How to Survive Teen Addiction

How to Survive Teen Addiction (Alcohol and Drugs) [Episode 34 of the Intentional Clinician Podcast] Paul Krauss, MA LPC interviews author Andrew Tennison, a mental health professional and author. Andrew talks about addiction and how to prevent this disease in adolescents. Andrew’s own son faced addiction, so he understands how […]

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Paul Krauss MA LPC is a featured guest on Shrink Rap Radio #652

Paul Krauss, MA  LPC was interviewed by Shrink Rap Radio host, Dr. David Van Nuys. Paul has been a long-time listener of the Shrink Rap Radio and credits the podcast for helping him find his creativity in the way he practices. In this episode, Dr. Dave interviews Paul about his […]

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An Interview with Dr. Dave of Shrink Rap Radio

On Episode #30 of The Intentional Clinician podcast, Paul Krauss interviews psychologist David Van Nuys, Ph.D. of Shrink Rap Radio. “Dr. Dave” is a very well-known psychologist, and his podcasting work has been well received by the general public, clinicians, and even the American Psychological Association. His podcast has informed many psychologists today, including Paul, and continues to provide education to a variety of people.

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EMDR: Frequently Asked Questions

Is it normal to feel like I’m doing it wrong, why isn’t this session going like the last, and can EMDR make things worse? I’ll be answering these questions and more.

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Why do we have Trauma-Informed care?

Trauma-informed care is so important because it creates opportunities for individuals to regain control of their life and overcome mental health obstacles that otherwise inhibited their day to day life. It’s a strength-based framework that accentuates psychological, physical, and emotional safety.

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Meet Joshua Nave MA LLMSW!

Meet Joshua Nave MA LLMSW!

Meet Joshua Nave MA LLMSW My name is Joshua Nave, and I am one of the Trauma Therapists here at Health for Life Grand Rapids. I specialize in infant/toddler mental health (birth to 5), early childhood development, and child/adult trauma. The primary therapy interventions I utilize are: Eye Movement Desensitization Reprocessing (EMDR), Trauma […]

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The Enneagram Test

Introduction to the Enneagram Test

Introduction to the Enneagram Test By Bridget Nash MA LLPC This Enneagram intro summary may be helpful for people who have heard of it, but don’t know much about it, young adults who are looking for information that is more comprehensive than the occasional Instagram post, older adults who want to know […]

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Growing up “Black” in the United States, Fear, Empathy, and more with Chris Blount

Growing up “Black” in the United States

Growing up “Black” in the United States, Fear, Empathy, and more with Chris Blount Episode 29 of The Intentional Clinician Paul Krauss MA LPC and Chris Blount discuss his experiences growing up as a male, African-American individual in the United States. Chris talks about growing up in the African-American community, […]

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