Are We Addicted to Our Smartphones, or Something Else?
Addicted to technology? Could it be that we are taking our human need for social interaction to the extreme?

7 Ways to Prevent Compassion Fatigue
You are a giver, helper, and nurturer by nature. Now that you have found your career path, it’s essential that you take care of yourself so that you can provide the best care.

Learning to Trust Yourself
How you see yourself as a whole person including your ability to achieve your goal of passing the exam is directly correlated to your outcome.

Happy International Women's Day!
March 8th is International Women's Day!

5 Reminders for When You Doubt Your Clinical Skills
Do you ever worry that you don’t know everything about working with clients? Do you second guess if you have what it takes? Here are 5 reminders when doubt creeps in.

Coaching: Features and Benefits
Looking for an extra boost in your studies? Or perhaps need some personal, one-on-one guidance during your studies?

How to Maintain Self-Care in the New Year
Self-care is motivated by caring for our own well-being. In these early weeks of January, many of us have our sights set on a New Year’s resolution that we are inspired and ready to tackle. Why are New Year’s resolutions are notoriously difficult to stick to?

The AATBS online program is a wonderful tool. But how exactly does it work? Two of our AATBS coaches explain.

The Cost of Failing: Why Passing the First Time Matters
In this article, we will explore the negative costs you may face during the licensure exam study process and solutions on how to overcome them.

Lessons on Resiliency from the Special Ops
A self-image rooted in other people’s perceptions of us, or in cognitive distortions like “I’m fake” or “I’m not smart enough” can lower the resiliency and self-confidence needed during the licensure preparation process.