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The Inner Life of the Counselor

Most counselors, psychologists, and therapists have bookshelves filled with ways to help their clients: volumes on dealing with certain disorders, using certain therapeutic techniques, or improving cultural competence. For...
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Career

Workplace Stress

Stress has been endemic for centuries, with the term conjuring images of frantic, hyper-aroused or solemn, withdrawn individuals. While the study of stress and its effects date back to...
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Career

Young Families Face New Problems

Ed and Carol were seeking help for a number of common complaints: poor communication, feeling distant from each other, disagreements on how to handle their four-year-old’s difficult behavior. In...
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A Tribute to OCD Heroes

I recently attended a family funeral at the Pacific View Memorial Park in Newport Beach, Calif., about 15 miles southeast of Disneyland and fewer than 10 miles from John...
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