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Dr. Tova Rubin is a licensed clinical psychologist in private practice. She has worked in a variety of settings including public and private Psychiatric Hospitals, Community mental health facilities-both inpatient and outpatient, University Counseling Services, as well as Emergency Rooms.
Dr. Rubin brings a unique awareness and ability to “listen between the lines” to her work that allows her to shine a light on areas of relationships and patterns of communication.
Dr. Rubin graduated with distinction from the doctoral program at Vanderbilt University and moved to San Antonio in 2001 where she completed a residency and postdoctoral fellowship. She served as clinical faculty at the University of Texas Health Science Center and was president of the Bexar County Psychological Association from 2004 to 2005.
Dr. Rubin maintains a psychotherapy practice in the Washington DC area. She is currently a clinical faculty at George Washington University. Dr. Rubin is also a hospice volunteer and involved in grief and end of life issues, in particular issues of caregiving.
Financial: Tova Rubin maintains a private practice. She is a clinical faculty at George Washington University. Dr. Rubin receives a speaking honorarium from PESI, Inc.
Non-financial: Tova Rubin is a hospice volunteer.
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The Musical of Snow White
Introduction: Snow White Backstory
Vignette 1: When to Refer; Disliking a Client
Vignette 2: To Advise or Not to Advise Bad Judgement; Cultural Differences
Vignette 3: Bartering
Vignette 4: Dress Codes
Vignette 5: Falling Asleep on a Client
Vignette 6: Texting & Phone Calls During Session
Vignette 7: Confronting Client Body Odor
Vignette 8: Client’s Romantic or Sexual Interest in Therapist
Vignette 9: Concerned About Supervisees Excessive Weight Loss; Supervisor Turned Therapist?
Vignette 10: Hugging a Client
Vignette 10, Pt. 2: Client Substance Use; Grief
Vignette 12: Continuing Treatment in the Face of Lack of Improvement
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