What Are You Grateful for in Your Career?

By Lori Blumenstein-Bott, LMSW Becoming a social worker was not a choice for me. It was a culmination of experiences early on that led me to the career. I think this is so true for many of us as we find ourselves drawn to experiences that become passions and move us in a way that 

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Welcoming 2021

By Lori Blumenstein-Bott, LMSW As a therapist I know how important it is to continue to grow personally and professionally. Through self-study and mental health education we are able to continuously reexamine ourselves through our life. This is also a major cornerstone at PsychAssets to assure that we are able to bring to our clients 

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How An Art Gallery Can Help in Therapeutic Healing

We look back at Dr. Paula Christian-Kliger’s art gallery from 2019 that addressed the question of how artwork fits into doing therapeutic work with a range of people. FOX 2 News’ Roop Raj joined Paula at Galerie Camille to discuss how art can be used in therapy. Read the story and watch the video here: 

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The Self-Study Model: Part 1

As we begin a New Year, we’d like to address what we consider – in both our clinical and organizational consulting work – the foundation for everything: The Self-Study Model.  Over 30 years of working with organizations and leaders and people in general in a range of industries, we began to recognize that the primary 

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Leaders: Self Discover, Then Lead Others

By Dr. Paula Kliger and Lori Blumenstein-Bott Every day, people are struggling to find themselves. To feel safe, juggle family and work life and manage day-to-day living. It is a complex world and leaders play a tangible role in its overall climate. In our practice, we spend a lot of time talking to leaders and 

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Suicide – The Mask Uncovered

By Dr. Paula Kliger and Lori Blumenstein-Bott Suicide is now a leading cause of death in children, adolescents, and young adults between ages 10-34, a sobering fact. According to the National Center for Health Statistics, reported suicide mortality rates increased a staggering 33 percent from 1999 through 2017. Moreover, suicide has been ranked the 10th 

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