To be an effective clinical psychologist, you need to possess sincere empathy for your clients’ diverse range of personal challenges and concerns. Such empathy, nonetheless, does not exist in an unlimited supply.
It’s extremely challenging to continuously respond therapeutically to your clients’ wide assortment of distress when you are concurrently dealing with your own persistent trials. As a result, I’ve learned just how important it is to practice adequate self-care. You can’t successfully give to others if your personal reservoir has been utterly depleted.