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How to Stay Motivated to Study During the Summer
Summer can be a natural time for many people to study for their licensure, especially those working as school psychologists or teaching in universities. It can also be a time for weddings, vacations, family reunions and a lot of distractors as well. Here are a few tips to combat those summer study blues.

Getting Back on Track During Addiction Recovery: What It Takes to Truly Thrive
The best way to get started is to address every aspect of your life in some way and determine the changes that will need to be made.

Having the academic pressure of a graduate student level course load is stressful enough. However, more than three-quarters of graduate students are working at least 30 hours per week on top of their course load.

World Mental Health Day is October 10th
The World Health Organization (WHO) first began observing World Mental Health Day in 1992. With mental health challenges facing one fourth of people worldwide, WHO decided to found this holiday to raise awareness around mental health, educate the public, and reduce social stigma.

Solo vs. Group Private Practice: How to make the best decision for you?
Since I had the opportunity to work in a solo and group practice, I wanted to share with you a few aspects of both as you consider which is the best decision for you.

Gigs Offer Opportunity to Parents in Addiction Recovery
While there are many challenges in addiction recovery, focusing on the negatives won’t guide you to a better future. Instead, seek out the opportunities — and when you can’t find any, make them.

Coaches’ Corner Recap: How to Balance Studying and Parenting
In honor of Mother’s Day, our in-house coaches, Melissa and Jennifer, discuss how parents can prepare for their licensure exam in our bi-weekly broadcast of Coaches’ Corner.

Introvert vs Extrovert: How does social media affect how you socialize?
Do you feel drained or recharged from being around others? Are you a natural introvert or extrovert? Your personality, desire to be connected to others, and how you recharge may be greatly affected how you use social media.

Anxiety vs. Nervousness: Know the difference so you can handle it better
Are you feeling anxious or nervousness? Knowing the difference can help you work through the feeling quicker and more efficiently.

How to become a leader in your organization?
You already have many qualities that will make you an excellent leader, but there is always something new to learn to help you through the process. Here are a few things you can do to advance your movement as a leader.