At J&L Psychology we offer consultations for mental health providers and those in other disciplines who may benefit from professional input.
Clinical case consultation is available for mental health professionals for assistance in managing difficult cases. This can be one time or ongoing, depending on the situation or request.
Reasons a provider may request a clinical consultation:
Professional consultations are available and offered for a variety of professional issues including:
Caring for the provider
The work we do as therapists can impact our well-being. At J&L Psychology we recognize that as therapists providing safe spaces for clients, we often need our own professional sanctuaries in which to process the impact of this work.
We offer consultation sessions so providers have an opportunity to manage their own thoughts, feelings, and reactions to their practice outside of the clinical hour. Offering this option is a way to expand our community and extend support to our colleagues.
We consult with providers to:
Our clinicians offer workshops on a variety of professional and clinical issues. Workshops can be tailored based on your setting and needs. Contact us to discuss a program for your organization.
Examples of workshop topics include:
Media expertise and practice consultation
Our clinical team is often sought to provide advice and subject matter expertise in news stories, publications, webinars, and trainings. Given our backgrounds and strengths, we can provide insight into topics such as:
We also offer business consulting to mental health providers who are setting up or expanding a private practice. We can help identify steps and strategies for building the practice of your dreams, while establishing a foundation that is based on best practices and sound ethics.
Laura Price, PhD, is a former professional journalist who consults with businesses to offer content creation, website writing, and editing services to enhance your brand.
How can we help?
Our clinicians have extensive experience in trauma treatment and risk assessment. We believe in paying forward our expertise by sharing our collective knowledge with other clinicians and providers. This includes helping professionals learn how to assess people at risk for suicide and self-harm as well as identify and treat trauma in their practices.