While the techniques have evolved over time, the format of traditional counseling has not changed significantly from what early psychotherapists developed in the 19th century: you meet your therapist in an office and talk through problems.  The most significant modification was the shift from lying on a couch facing away from the therapist to sitting.. read more →

All too often, clients come to me complaining of work-related stress. Sadly, a growing number are trying to mask the symptoms by popping the trendy anxiety and/or pain med du jour rather than digging down to understand and manage the underlying cause(s) of their stress. I believe the root cause of much of our stress can be found in the structure of the modern-day workplace. read more →

10 May 2015
May 10, 2015

Top Tips for Networking Success

Whether you’re looking for a new job or your next consulting gig or need to expand your professional reach, it is crucial to invest your time networking with those you know and haven’t yet met.  Every new job, consulting project, or client I’ve ever landed came through someone I already knew or was introduced to. .. read more →