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Recent Work | Supporting Those who Support Students

Helping homeless students and military families, keeping an eye out for self-injury and gender bias, and collaborating with coaches: the academic research we share in Professional School Counseling has a real impact on the work school counselors do with students every day.

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Good Guidance: Picks from “The Daily Stoic”

For focus and discipline, this summer I turned for assistance to “The Daily Stoic: 366 Meditations on Wisdom, Perseverance, and the Art of Living,” by Ryan Holiday and Stephen Hanselman. Here are four highlights from this great tool.

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Recent Work | “Leadership: Not Such a Leap”

Leadership isn’t just for the self-confident and those who already are established in their careers. Leadership opportunities take many forms, and early-career physical therapists and physical therapist assistants can take advantage of all of them.

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Cookies: Pride, Doubt, Decisions

What kind of perfectionism makes me eat the uglier cookies first?

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Recent Work | Professional School Counseling Special Issue

“We look forward to a time when LGBTQ students enter the school building with no questions about their safety, role, or value.” This special journal issue addresses actions for school counselors.

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Disabling Our Distractions

Editors share their techniques for focusing on the task at hand.

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