It’s not just how you’re trained that counts, but who you are and how you’ve lived. Even if you can’t put those qualities in a tight box.
Articles on: Personal Skills
We can all be trained to nod wisely at pseudo-profundity, or to spot diamonds in the dirt but miss their value. Here I present some quotes and explore whether they might actually have practical value for us beyond some mechanical buzz of “Oh, that’s so true!”
The therapeutic alliance is a base from which therapy can happen. And in order for that base to develop, we need to be a certain way for our clients.
Confidence isn’t just about certainty. We may be the professionals, but we are not all-knowing seers.
Is ‘imposter syndrome’ preventing you from doing your best work?
What we do with our bodies during the day has direct and immediate effects on our psychology – and on our life as a whole.