I get so many requests from students for interviews that I thought: Why not summarize them on my blog for anyone to see? Hopefully this will be informative to you, perhaps you could even use it as part of your assignment to interview a counselor!
Did you know that your graduate education is really just a foundation for your clinical knowledge? In this post, I will discuss ways in which you will need to educate yourself in order to counsel effectively. Continue reading →
We all need more time! In this post, I continue my list of suggestions on how to leverage your biology to optimize your day based on a recent article in Psychology Today (“Building The Perfect Day,” February 2015.) Continue reading →
You can be a great counselor: have great attending skills, a firm theoretical orientation, and excellent rapport…but if you don’t act professionally you could sabotage yourself! In this post, I will describe five ways to act professionally in the counseling profession. These are techniques you probably didn’t learn in your masters program. Continue reading →