Articles by Dr. Audrey Davidheiser

Dr. Audrey Davidheiser is a licensed psychologist, writer, and word lover. She has a PhD in Clinical Psychology, an MA in Theology, and a BS in neither (it’s in Biochemistry). She supervises pre-doctoral graduate students at the Dream Center Counseling Center and sees clients at her private practice. Her passion is to work with trauma survivors, single adults, and graduate students, but not necessarily in that order. Visit her writing space at <a href="http://DrAudreyD.com">DrAudreyD.com</a>.

6 Ways to Build a Strong Professional Foundation as a Therapist in Training

6 Ways to Build a Strong Professional Foundation as a Therapist in Training

What kind of a therapist will you be? Which theoretical orientation should you adopt? Will you work within a certain framework only, or are you eclectic?

Alongside concerns about comprehensive tests, serving your clients, and doubts about your competency, questions about your identity will also compete for mental space during grad school.

Fielding these questions may seem like walking into the slew of options at a scrumptious buffet. Where to even begin?