When is a virtue not a virtue? When persistence and “staying the course” keeps you on the wrong course.
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With each of our three newest clinical psychologists having already been writing for the Ask the Psychologist column for some weeks now, an official announcement is long overdue. From all of us on the team, here’s a hearty welcome to Dr Shailagh Clarke, Dr Misty Hook and Dr Jennifer Ritchie-Goodline.
Picking school as a model for adult working life is a serious but common error. The trouble is the large number of ‘givens’ of student life that are actually toxic to a quality adult life.
The digital revolution opens up difficult new choices for publishers and writers — new risks and opportunities alike. The same is true for readers: it’s a huge leap, after all, from the familiar feel of a paper book-in-the-hand to an electronic book. And what about the economy and the environment — is paperless technology really beneficial?
I am pleased as punch to welcome South Africa-based clinical psychologist Pat Orner Oliver to the CounsellingResource.com team — both as our new Assistant Editor and as the latest member of our International Advisory Board. (And speaking of site news, we’re still looking for a new clinical psychologist contributor to our Ask the Psychologist column, so if that could be you, drop us a line!)
Hot on the heels of our expansion into mental health-related and health-related Facebook apps, the CR Health Net team is now leading the way in delivering practically up-to-the-minute medication information for consumers and health professionals, straight from the US Food and Drug Administration.
You have probably heard “practice makes perfect.” You may even have heard coach Vince Lombardi retort “Practices does not make perfect, only perfect practice makes perfect.” But what makes practice perfect, and how can you perfect you practice?