Even after finishing licensure requirements, therapists must continue to stay abreast of current practices by completing a number of continuing education courses over the course of their professional lives. Doing so, in addition to participating in relevant research and conferences, also allows me to stay current and explore new information and techniques to better hone my skills as a therapist. Here are some of my most recent projects!
Writing for publication allows you to share your ideas, research and practice with the wider community. In doing so, you are helping to expand the body of professional knowledge. Clinical psychology does not develop on its own. It needs practitioners to challenge, push and shape it. Opinions as well as evidence can be a catalyst for change. Sharing one's views on a public platform can cause others to reflect, develop, grow. Shape the debate, I always say. Better still, lead it!
Frostman, H.L. (2018, October). Through the lens of Bowen: A look at systemically informed psychotherapy with individual clients. Graduate capstone presented to Regis University, Denver, CO.
American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy (AAMFT)
Frostman, H.L. (2017, April). Letters to the court: An AAMFT ethics case study. Student ethics competition essay submitted to the American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy, Alexandria, VA.
Metropolitan State University Denver
Frostman, H. L. (2007, May). Mnemonics based learning strategies in the special education classroom. Undergraduate thesis presented to Metropolitan State University Denver, Denver, CO.
International Society for Neurofeedback and Research (ISNR)
Frostman, H.L. (2017, April). Connecting the dots: A future in neurofeedback. Student advocacy award essay submitted to the International Society for Neurofeedback and Research, Miami, FL.
Frostman, H.L. (2010, December). Understanding Millennials: A new generation for the ages. Graduate thesis presented to Regis University, Denver, CO.