Tag: <span>Career Counseling</span>

Getting out of a Career you Hate (6 Steps)

 

The average American works 40+ hours per week, which means we spend almost half of our waking lives on-the-job. If you love what you do and are energized to start each and every day, perhaps this isn’t so bad. If on the other hand, you hate what you do, it bleeds into every other aspect of your life. Even when you’re not at work, you spend evenings and weekends, dreading the idea of going back. Wouldn’t you love to get paid to do something you love? To do something that provides a sense of purpose while adding to the overall quality of your life? If you don’t think that’s possible due to age, experience, or financial concerns, it might be time to reconsider! The alternative is spending the rest of your working life counting down towards a retirement that’s never promised. Read more

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Video: 4 Steps for Dealing with Panic

In this video, you'll learn 4 easy steps for dealing with Panic attacks while they are happening.  You'll find that the …

Favorite things about being a therapist

My Favorite Parts of Being a Therapist

Being a therapist is hard work. Not always, though.  Sometimes someone I really "get" makes everything in the therapeutic …

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Things to Bring up in Therapy – Even if they’re Kinda Hard to Talk about

Therapy is an interesting thing.  The therapeutic relationship between therapist and client - unique and unlike any other …