Tag Archives: TherapyMarch 6, 2022
In our stressful world, people are utilizing mental health therapists more than ever. But how do you weed through the hundreds of treatment professionals out there to find the Great Therapists? With the explosion of online-based therapy, the options have grown … Continue readingPosted in Blog Articles | Tagged counseling, mental health counseling, mental health therapy, Therapist, Therapy, Tucson Counselor, Tucson THerapist | Comments Off on 4 Criteria to Find a Great Therapist December 6, 2019
In this post I am going to skip more basic kinds of questions and immediately dig into the best questions to ask to find a professional who is in the “Sweet Spot” of what you are looking for. You can … Continue readingPosted in Blog Articles | Tagged counseling, counselor, elite athletes, high performance psychology, mental health professional, Mentor, performance expert, psychological counseling, psychology, sports psychology, Therapy | Comments Off on 12 Questions to Ask a Counselor, Therapist, or Mentor You’re Considering Seeing October 4, 2019
After having successfully mentored over 1000 people of all ages, I have come to find that each person has a Core set of Passions: a group of activities, that when they do them, they feel the most Full of Life! … Continue readingPosted in Blog Articles | Tagged career, career assessment, career coach, Career Consultant, Career Counselor, career development, career exploration, career guidance, Career Mentor, career planning, Career Sweet Spot, Child psychological assessment, coach, College Consultant, College Counseling, College guidance, college planning, core passion, counseling, counselor, Energize, full of life, Mentor, psychological assessment, Therapist, Therapy | Comments Off on How do you precisely identify your most energizing Core Passions?
Podcast interview of Dr. Tom Brunner: What factors critically affect child, elite athlete, and parents, for High Performance – in Sports and LifeSeptember 20, 2019
Background prelude to the audio clip written by interviewer and podcast host Pearle Nerenberg, of “Eat this for Performance” We’re kicking off the 2nd episode ever of the Do This for Performance podcast with a really insightful interview. Dr. Thomas … Continue readingPosted in Blog Articles | Tagged anxiety, assessment, behavioral science, brain science, counseling, counselor, High Performance, High Performance Athletics, Peak Performance, performance anxiety, performance coach, psychological assessment, psychological intervention, psychological science, psychology, sports psychology, Therapist, Therapy, trauma | Comments Off on Podcast interview of Dr. Tom Brunner: What factors critically affect child, elite athlete, and parents, for High Performance – in Sports and Life August 17, 2018
When you receive an ADHD diagnosis, it is important that you immediately formulate a roadmap of steps in order to minimize the impact of the condition on you or your child’s functioning. Truth be told, diagnoses like ADHD – by … Continue readingPosted in Blog Articles | Tagged ADHD, ADHD assessment, ADHD evidence based practice, ADHD treatment, cogmed, cutting edge technology, cutting edge treatment, evidence-based psychiatry, medication diary, medication effectiveness, psychiatric medication, psychological best practices, technology, Therapy | Comments Off on What to do if you or your child has been diagnosed with ADHD October 23, 2015
Overview –We continue to provide premier services to the healthcare community in the Southwestern US and beyond, as well as serving the increasing needs of the legal community seeking expert opinions and/or high quality psychological assessment. Increasing needs in the … Continue readingPosted in News | Tagged assessment, counseling, Psychologist, Therapy, Thomas Brunner, Tucson | Comments Off on Fall 2015 Good to Great Newsletter
How the negative mythology surrounding getting help for emotional or behavioral problems likely impairs your parental judgment.January 23, 2015
It is amazing to me how many even well informed, highly educated, and generally well-meaning parents either do not pick up on or ignore serious problems their children are having. FACT: in a majority of over the 1,000 families I … Continue readingPosted in Blog Articles | Tagged behavioral problems, counseling, emotional problems, parent judgment, Therapy | Comments Off on How the negative mythology surrounding getting help for emotional or behavioral problems likely impairs your parental judgment.