Alexia Camfield - April 2015 Newsletter

Published: Mon, 04/27/15

Alexia Camfield bringing you Both Sides of the Couch

One of the most common struggles I hear from my clients is regarding self-motivation. How often have you found yourself grappling with how to get yourself moving along the path towards accomplishing something that you have repeatedly identified as being something you want to make happen? I want to offer you some coaching ideas about how to end the madness!

In February I participated in a clinical supervisory training through the GSSW.  I am now officially licensed to provide supervision to therapists who are working on their clinical licensing.  It was a 4-day workshop in which I spent time with colleagues and University of Houston professors learning how to be an effective supervisor as well as refreshing and expanding on my own clinical knowledge base.  I left excited and inspired to begin working with new therapists in the field as well as accumulating a fresh list of resources in the Houston area and new books to read.

I am now seeing clients on Fridays in my Houston office.  Mondays, Wednesdays & Thursdays are still Woodlands days and Tuesdays and Fridays, I am in my office in Houston.

Oh! And this is the first newsletter since November!  So glad to be back in your box!

Family Table April:   Fresh Basil Frittata.  Enjoy!

Find what inspires the change you seek!


Where You Go Is Not Who You'll Be:  by Frank Bruni



“Don't compare your beginning to someone else's middle.

- Jon Acuff

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