- Attend up to 3 meetings per month
- Present cases or ask professional questions to a group of your peers
- Get valuable feedback on difficult cases
- Reduce burnout by getting ongoing support
- Establish a consistent source of support and feedback
- Continue your professional development
- Network with peers
- Share and learn new approaches to therapy, assessment and testing
- Get practice development suggestions
- Reduce your professional isolation
All Licensed Mental Health Professionals
- Social workers
- Marriage and Family Therapists
- Mental Health Counselors
- Addiction Counselors
- Clinical Counselors
- All Psychotherapists
How To Get Started
- Join Today and become part of a dynamic group of your peers.
- Go to "Become a Member", choose a group time and then join Peeradigm.
- Simple, easy registration.
- On the day of your meeting you will receive an email with a simple link to go to the meeting. No hassles, no passwords, no problems.
If you are curios, click here to see what the meeting rooms look like.
A Personal Note from the creator of Peeradigm: With 30+ years of experience as a licensed Psychologist, I have come to understand how important having a support system is in my professional growth. We are all therapists and know what it takes to do our best. We tell our patients, "take care of yourself", and that is what you can do for yourself here at Peeradigm. My goal was to create a place where therapists can share ideas and get support in their work.
Many people are a little nervous about joining groups or looking for help. I understand this, so we have created ways for you to try out the groups with no risk. First we offer the 1st month free to try it out. When you are in a group, the group members can see and speak to each other. Try our "Fly on the Wall" option: this is where you go to a group and just listen. You can see and hear the others, but they cannot see you. You can join the conversation if you want to, or just listen.
Whether you do psychotherapy, evaluations, psychological testing or any of the many invaluable services offered by licensed therapists, this site will give you a place to compare notes with others. A therapy practice, whether solo, in groups, or as part of an larger organization tends to be isolating. We spend most of our time with clients and most often just pass each other in the hall. Yet when we get a chance to talk, we all know how valuable that two minute conversation in the hall can be. Here is a chance to have that for yourself on a regular basis.
Handling a full case load of patients presents many challenges, as we spend every day with a stream of people coming into our offices with their most serious problems. The words and emotions that they share with us require our full attention and energy. We can become worn down, whether we realize it or not, and regular discussions with your peers is a valuable approach for maintaining your mental health and avoiding burnout.
Choose from the available meeting times that fit your schedule, and they are always at your fingertips through your computer or tablet. Prepare as little or as much as you want for your meeting. Simply bring a case of your own to review or come with a professional/practice question to pose to the group. From the first session you can begin to get feedback to your questions.
As with any growth there are always challenges. We will work very hard to find you a group that you are happy with and keep the system running smoothly. Problems can occur, so be patient with us and we will work closely with you to work them out. I am open to suggestions and ideas, so feel free to contact me through the "Contact Us" page.
Thank you for considering joining Peeradigm as part of your professional development,
Cary Frank Schwimmer, Psy.D. Florida Licensed Psychologist PY5736