Quadrennial Rules Review Discussion

Quadrennial Rules Review Discussion

Let’s talk Quadrennial Rules Review. In the State of TX each state agency, including BHEC, is required to review all of its rules and regulations every four years to make sure that they: Do not run afoul of existing state code (law). Are still relevant. Do not conflict with each other. I have it on…

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Dr. Miriam Grossman Fighting Back

Dr. Miriam Grossman Fighting Back

Last summer I bought a book recommended by Dr Jordan Peterson, Explaining PostModernism by Dr Steven Hicks, a well-known philosophy professor in the academic circles. As the title suggests, it explains the genesis of postmodern thought and does a highly academic job of answering the question, “how did we get here in the social mess…

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Why We Renamed Our Podcast Show

Why We Renamed Our Podcast Show

We’re renaming our weekly podcast from the “Therapy Sisters” to “Therapy Disruptors”. Seems there’s another pair of sisters out there using that name as well so they can have it and we wish them well. Considering the madness that is attacking our world including our profession we wanted to come up with something that captured…

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GAC and My Duty to Report

GAC and My Duty to Report

Last year SB 14 was passed outlawing transgender conversion therapy for minors in TX. Kathleen became aware of a local, N. TX counseling group that publicly offers to write the GAC letters required by the WPATH conversion protocol before any medication or surgery may be applied. This particular counseling group also sees children which raised…

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Controversial is Not Political

Controversial is Not Political

“It’s too political!” I’ve heard this comment several times in the past few weeks in relation to the civil discussion of ideas and it gave me pause to consider its usage. Controversial is Not Political First, I’m not convinced there is any such thing as “too political”. What does that even mean? Can something be…

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