168. EHR’s for Testing Psychologists: TherapyNotes (Basics)

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Hey everyone! Given all the questions about EHR’s (electronic health records) in the Facebook Community and among my coaching clients, I wanted to take a few episodes to dive in to some of the major players in the EHR space. Each of these reviews will focus primarily on the testing-specific aspects of each EHR, though I’ll also do an overview …

167: Becoming a Neuropsychologist w/ Dr. Ryan Van Patten and Dr. John Bellone from Navigating Neuropsychology

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I’m honored to have Dr. Ryan Van Patten and Dr. John Bellone, co-hosts of the Navigating Neuropsychology podcast, on the show with me today. Ryan and John are definitely in the top five most requested guests, so this is a real treat to spend some time with them. We mainly focus on the content of their upcoming book, Becoming a …

166: Gratitude

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Today’s episode is all about – you guessed it – gratitude! I don’t usually get into the whole “do the contrived action on the holiday” thing (just ask my wife about Valentine’s Day). I almost released a typical episode (part 1 of my upcoming EHR review series!) but figured that out of all years to jump on the gratitude bandwagon, …

165: Unconscious Bias in Assessment w/ Dr. Linda McGhee

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Dr. Linda McGhee is back to share her thoughts on unconscious bias and its role in the assessment process. As you’ll hear Linda discuss, unconscious bias includes all of the implicit assumptions or beliefs about clients that we, as clinicians, bring to testing. This episode dovetails nicely with the episode on stereotype threat from a couple of months ago, presenting …

164: Financial Wellness w/ Eddie Valls from Wellness Fi

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Is it just me or is money coming up really strong for others over the last few months? It seems like money and our relationship to it has been a clear theme in a lot of my individual and group consulting meetings. I firmly believe that part of healing our relationship with money is demystifying it in the first place. …

163: Using Artificial Intelligence in Suicide Risk Assessment w/ Dr. April Foreman and Dr. Tony Wood

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Are y’all ready for a barn burner of an episode? I hope so. Dr. April Foreman and Dr. Tony Wood are here talking all about their pioneering work in suicidology, particularly how they’re using artificial intelligence and algorithms to gather information from social media and predict suicide risk. The two of them have an infectious energy and a clear passion …

162: Healthy Schedule, Healthy Boundaries

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How many of you are feeling overwhelmed with reports or other aspects of your practice? Are you working at night or on the weekends? You’re not alone! Why is this happening to so many of us intelligent, competent psychologists?? I spent years working nights and weekends, taking time from my family and self-care. As a recovering weekend worker, I’ve done …

161: Values-Driven Practice w/ Dr. Kim Dwyer

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Dr. Kim Dwyer, fellow Coloradoan and testing psychologist, is here talking with me about developing and maintaining a values-driven practice. Kim has focused on values-driven practice for several years using an ACT framework and has recently published a workbook (linked in the show notes) that will help guide practice owners through this process. To help illustrate some of these ideas, …

160: Report Writing Part 2: What to Include?

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After the episode last week on making our reports more readable, I’m talking this week about what kind of content to actually include in your reports. “But that’s easy,” you might say. We just include the background, results, interpretation, summary, and recommendations, right? Wellll…research would suggest that our audiences read and value some parts of the report much more than …