Monthly Archives: June 2012
Anxiety is a very common mental disorder, and it is particularly problematic for students. First of all, students are more prone to anxiety because they are subject to unusual scrutiny and pressure. Second of all, because students are constantly being … Continue reading
You see them from time to time, these “life coaches.” Perhaps you’ve even considered becoming one. But do you understand the differences between mental health professionals and life coaches?
I see it all of the time, licensed mental health counselors (LMHCs) doing couples therapy, when they probably shouldn’t be. Now, before I get lots of hate mail, I’m not saying that they are unqualified. But what I AM saying … Continue reading
So…you are thinking of becoming a mental health counselor. Congratulations! You are considering work in one of the most rewarding vocations out there. Although, most would say it’s a “calling.” To help you get a better feel for the work, … Continue reading
Plagiarize! If you want to destroy your academic career, go ahead, copy someone else’s work. It’s really the most efficient way to get thrown out of your masters program while simultaneously destroying your academic reputation. And yet, according to U.S. … Continue reading
So, you’re interested in becoming a mental health counselor. With all of the various ads for schools, and multitudes of information on the internet it might be a bit difficult to get the following simple question answered: What are the … Continue reading