Holding Space with Someone with Shared Lived Experiences – Why it’s so Powerful

Holding Space With Someone Who Has Shared Lived Experiences

Today we have a guest post from RightFit member Crystal Hardy, an associate level professional counselor. Crystal examines the power of connecting with people who just get you. Have you ever talked with someone and thought to yourself with a sigh of relief, “Yeeessss, you get it!” If so, you had a taste of what… Read More

Building a More Personal Therapist Profile

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RightFit was borne out of frustration with the traditional method of finding a therapist–searching through sparse profiles on overwhelming directories and picking a therapist mostly at random with no inkling if the therapist’s style and the client’s needs would match. This throw-a-dart-and-see-where-it-lands method is frustratingly inefficient for therapists trying to build long-term clientele, and multiple… Read More

How To Reach Out to a Therapist Effectively

Questions to Ask Therapist

Have you found yourself in this situation: you’ve decided to visit a therapist and found a couple you’d like to reach out to, but once you sit down to contact them, you have no idea what to say? What are the right therapist questions anyway? We’re here to help you learn how to reach out… Read More

How Coworking Spaces Are Critical for Mental Health

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Coworking has become more and more popular over the years. As businesses shut down their physical spaces, it is likely to become even more popular. Coworking is great because it can accommodate a lot of different types of businesses. There are spaces that are best for jobs that require sitting at a computer all day,… Read More