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Making career guidance as deep as you are

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Out of graduate school I set up an independent psychology practice serving people from all walks of life.  It didn’t take long for me to observe the pounding blows that work drudgery beats people down with, day after day.  In … Continue reading

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Great psychological assessment goes far beyond diagnosis

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In the field of medicine, a diagnosis typically leads to a clear treatment plan.  Not so in the field of psychology. Understanding the significant difference between medicine and psychology is critical if you want to obtain the very best psychological … Continue reading

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The meaning behind the Great Resignation is meaning

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What is being called the “Great Resignation” represents an historically epic movement.  For the first time in history, there is a massive migration of people moving away from their current work or studies. In the past, only wars have caused … Continue reading

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8 popular psychological assessments: What to look for

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The quality of the psychological assessment you receive can dramatically vary. From my 15 years of practice as a Tucson based clinical psychologist, I have conducted hundreds of child and adult psychological evaluations. Here are some useful tips if you … Continue reading

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The new benchmark to earn high dollar educational scholarship money

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What you will learn: –What has changed with how scholarship committees review applicants –How career guidance is a critical part of creating a competitive portfolio –How delaying career guidance until after high school is unnecessary –There is a career guidance … Continue reading

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Historically epic student & worker revolt: A craving for deeper purpose

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What you will learn: 1. What major historical forces are merging to create a vacuum of meaning 2. What you or someone you know can do to avoid bitter end of life career regret 3. There is a comprehensive career … Continue reading

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2 key reasons parents are unhappy with their child’s emotional or behavioral evaluation

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1) Many assessment reports only give a diagnosis, which does not reach deeply inside the child You should not settle for anything less than a great assessment! Great emotional or behavioral assessment is NOT about getting a diagnosis only.  Diagnoses … Continue reading

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7 Critical Remote Learning Parent COVID-19 Survival Strategies

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5 min read Questions that will be answered: –How can parents determine their child’s current academic skills? –What at-home standardized measures are available to parents? –How can parents effectively respond to their child’s remote learning challenges? –-How can you interview … Continue reading

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Moving from an unfulfilling pre-COVID-19 job by finding your post-pandemic vocational Calling

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Tens of millions of people will be laid off or have their positions terminated through downsizing as a result of this devastating pandemic.  The sad reality is many people, judging by the comments they are posting online, never felt a … Continue reading

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How Can You Ensure Your Child Finds Their Most Important Mentor

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When you look at the most common developmental pathway for those who live highly fulfilled lives, you will notice at least one “red thread” common theme:  every successful professional is helped by a lineage of Mentors along their Journey. There … Continue reading

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