Articles by Reina Remigio, PhD

Reina Remigio, Ph.D. is an early career licensed psychologist, with a whole-being approach to psychology. She is currently working at various short- and long-term care facilities providing cognitive testing and psychotherapy to the middle to older adult populations. She also provides clinical supervision to pre=doctoral students training at a community mental health center and has a small private practice. Her background includes forensic and community mental health services with a diverse population ranging from young children to adults. She also has experience providing program coordination/development and training to multidisciplinary teams of care providers. She enjoys playing with and learning from her spirited toddler, practicing mindfulness, and frolicking in nature solo or with loved ones.

How to Gracefully End a Therapy Session On Time

How to Gracefully End a Therapy Session On Time

Ending a session on time and doing so gracefully can be tricky. There are a plethora of ideas out there of how to end a session on time, such as setting a timer or providing a nonverbal cue, and many of those suggestions may be effective in ending a session on time.

However, very few, if any, address implementation of those techniques fluidly and in a manner that is natural and least disruptive to the client’s process. Why does this matter?