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So You Want To Be A Clinical Supervisor?
Author: Chana Kaiman, LCSW
February 23rd, 2016

There are many good reasons for a therapist to advance to the role of supervisor, no doubt with all good intention. Without official licensing requirements, standardized tests or continuing education needed, the workload is minimal.  When working independently, it’s a pretty good deal considering the compensating may be more appealing than that of direct service. Let's think of some more benefits: It’s gratifying to be …
STOP! Therapist Safety Checkpoint.
Author: Chana Kaiman, LCSW
January 9th, 2016

STOP! Therapist Safety Checkpoint: Do You Offer A Safety Zone For Your Clients? As you would take your car for a tune up or go for a well visit, treat yourself to a facial or check in at the dentist. You owe it to yourself and to your clients to do an atunement from time to time. What that means is looking deep inside for clues about what you do as a therapist when overwhelmed by discomfort, flooding of emotions, clouded with responsibilities or …
Why Therapy?
Author: Chana Kaiman, LCSW
November 21st, 2015

Here is the emotional trail when avoiding therapy…So being the sophisticated, educated, advanced you, considering therapy may be viewed as damaging,labeling or pathologizing. Who me? Nah, I don’t need therapy. I am so popular, I have loads of friends who are willing to lend an ear. I can talk to countless people off my favorite list, any hour of the day. My sister is a therapist herself, I have an aunt who has a PhD from an IV league …
Social Workers: NASW's Code of Ethics is Due For Revision.
Author: Chana Kaiman, LCSW
May 7th, 2015

Why be silent when you can be part of a collective voice? Vote Chana Kaiman, LCSW For Delegate Assembly and Member-At-Large in NASW Chapter Elections. As a clinician, advocate and potential Delegate Assembly Member, I will have the ability to influence upcoming Social Work Bylaws and revisions. I plan on representing community concerns in the upcoming Code of Ethics revision meetings. In addition to increasing overall vi …
Vote Chana Kaiman, LCSW for NASW Delegate Assembly and Member-At-Large: An Improved Professional Future is Just a Click Away!
Author: Chana Kaiman, LCSW
April 28th, 2015

  Within the past few years the number of Jewish professionals entering Mental Health care has grown exponentially. Now more than ever, there is a greater need to to advocate for specific services, unite with other providers and develop representation among the larger group. For decades NASW has protected social workers and established rights and responsibilities. NASW is a powerful organization whose mission is to support us throu …
Anxiety From A Torah Perspective - By Miriam Yerushalmi, MS and Chana Kaiman, LCSW
Author: Chana Kaiman, LCSW
November 23rd, 2014

TORAH’S TAKE ON ANXIETY: "Can you relate to feeling overwhelmed with endless to do lists, unfinished projects, feeling divided between multiple tasks and just when things are going well worrying that it will all fall apart?" Living in a competitive society filled with daily stress and expectations, compounded with the many demands of community, family and social pressures all result in quiet desperation. Thanks to our natural and unive …
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