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Forgewell Solutions News for patients and therapists. Karen Peabody shares information about groups and events in our office. She also offers inspiration and motivation for therapists interested in starting their own private practice.

  • Karen Peabody, LICSW

Please come to your session with a few things in mind. Telehealth is the same as a regular session, so the same rules apply.


Please do not:

  • drink alcohol

  • smoke anything

  • lay in bed

  • drive a car

  • walk around your house

  • log in from work with your co-workers waving in the background

  • be in a public place such as the grocery store or the doctors waiting room

  • eat

  • text other people while in session

  • invite other family members or friends to the session

A few things to be mindful of:

  • what other people are doing in your background

  • if someone calls or texts you during our session, we may lose sound and/or video connection

  • if you are holding your phone, it is in constant motion which can make it difficult for your therapist to remain focused. And it makes us seasick!

I am sure as time goes on, we will all adapt to this new format of treatment. We feel blessed that we get to continue treatment with our patients at this time. If you have any other suggestions for our list, please feel free to let us know!


Best,

Forgewell Solutions



  • Karen Peabody, LICSW

In therapy, people are eager to be heard. They want to tell their story and they want rapid solutions. The desire to remove the pain fuels their attentiveness. However, pain is part of their story. It can not be erased. We learn to live around pain, create more spaces of awareness, and develop tools of tolerance. We can encase pain with a barrier, allowing pain to smooth out, to soften, and dull. Pain can be absorbed to create a deeper understanding and empathy. Pain can be the transition to love. It is not the pain that needs to be removed, it is the space around the pain that needs to be expanded.


If you think you may benefit from speaking with a therapist, please visit our website: www.ForgewellSolutions.com/therapists. We also offer telehealth therapy sessions.


Karen Peabody, LICSW is a therapist and business consultant for social workers and therapists interested in starting their private practice. She founded Forgewell Solutions in 2013 in East Bridgewater, MA and created Supervision Circles in 2020. Her office is a great place to start a private practice. Visit her FOR THERAPISTS page to learn more.




Join Forgewell Solutions for a series of short guided meditations. Find a comfortable place to sit or lay, close your eyes and take a much needed break. Listen to these meditations as many times as you would like. They range from 10-15 minutes and can fit easily into your morning or evening routine.






Karen Peabody, LICSW is a therapist and business consultant for social workers and therapists interested in starting their private practice. She founded Forgewell Solutions in 2013 in East Bridgewater, MA and created Supervision Circles in 2020. Her office is a great place to start a private practice. Visit her FOR THERAPISTS page to learn more.


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