My Diary is my catch-all category for posts that don't fit neatly into one of the other categories.
This morning, on Twitter, someone posted this:
You are at work and have to run a meeting. A traumatized little is frontstuck and you have 12 minutes to calm them down. #DIDNightmares (Based on a harrowing true story)https://twitter.com/10CatsIn1Coat/status/1518679179008618498
I wondered whether the average English-speaking psychologist would even know what that means. I do know for sure that it takes a beyond average one to help a client develop strategies for situations such as these.
How much would a psychologist who’s living life largely away from social media understand of the person’s Twitter bio, and why those terms are in there?
A bunch of cats in a thirty-something DID coat, learning to thrive. Agile coach, pinballer, novelist, gaymer, visually impaired, they/she/heThe Arcades @10CatsIn1Coat
Are you in touch with patient communities, and learning from them?
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