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Setting Therapist Boundaries

You likely learned a lot about setting therapist boundaries during your formal mental health education. But the real world can be much different from the classroom. You may be experiencing some unique challenges now that you're in practice. Issues now and those that may arise in the future are why…
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Is Working from Home Bad for Your Mental Health?

Research shows that there may be a link between working from home and depression. Studies show that remote workers may experience feelings of isolation and loneliness, which can contribute to depression. Additionally, the blurring of boundaries between work and personal life can lead to increased stress and pressure to be…

Why is Changing Careers So Hard?

You may be familiar with this experience. You’re uninspired at your current job, coming to work every day is difficult, and you’re itching for something new. You’re unhappy with your circumstances, but the thought of changing careers makes your palms sweat and your heart race. Why is it so hard…

Coping With Job Burnout

Coping with job burnout can feel like fighting an uphill battle. You’re more tired than you’ve ever been, you don’t feel fulfilled, you’re irritable, and you have a certain cynicism regarding work that won’t ease up. While not a medical diagnosis, job burnout can negatively affect both the people dealing…

Why Do I Hate My Job?

Your alarm goes off on Monday morning. Do you yawn, stretch, and gently roll out of bed with a refreshed, optimistic view of the week ahead? Or do you groan and hit the snooze button a few times? If the latter sounds familiar, you may be wondering, “Why do I…

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