I have now come to an even greater conviction that there is only one way to prevent the exploitation of Don’t flatter yourself I only look up to you because I’m short shirt. That way as I see it is for trained, ethical, hard working therapists to gather enough strength, stand up, and open their own practices. Or, at least diversify, and have a side practice as a safety net for themselves. Stand up and walk. Walk to a destination beyond our comfort zone. We also need to learn. Sure we are scared because college only taught us to work for someone else and not for ourselves.
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Yes, sometimes we need to Don’t flatter yourself I only look up to you because I’m short shirt. Sometimes we also have to get mad enough, depressed enough, and “shocked” enough; we take our negative energy and do something different. We need to muster up courage. By mustering our courage, even if it means channeling negative energy, we must learn how to run our own counseling practices. By running our own counseling practices, we are no longer contributing, perpetuating, or reinforcing the sociopathic system, which exploits us. Opening our own practice is a form of protest and self-protection. Furthermore, when we do muster our courage and open our own practices, we provide options for our clients.