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Yoga for the Mind, Body, and Soul

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It’s the last week of the semester and you can feel the stress in the air. On top of final tests, professors ask for...

A Change in Perspective

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At work, my manager was having trouble bringing in new employees from Indeed. For some time, he had to work his current employees triple...

Unconditional Positive Regard

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Unconditional positive regard was a term first created by psychologist Carl Rogers which he applied during therapy with his clients. Treating them with unconditional...

Enter the Workforce Thriving

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Ever heard the saying, “I can’t get a job without experience, but I can’t get experience without a job?” Well, this is a common...

Venting

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Whether it was punching a bag, screaming at the top of my lungs, or breaking a computer, venting always sounded like the perfect remedy...

Reach for the Stars

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As a kid, I dreamed of becoming a doctor-lawyer-basketball player. Despite it not being a realistic mixture of career choices, I was like every...

Find Your Passions

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One piece of advice I wish I had been given when I was younger was to go out and explore my interests and passions...

You’re Not Alone on your Academic Journey

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Being a student comes with a lot of pressure and challenges. There seems to be an endless amount of papers that professors expect to...

The Mentor

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Wisdom comes with age and experience. The experience you’ve accrued over years of learning have provided you with the judgement and knowledge you apply...

Cultural Competency Within Mental Health Professions

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As the United States population continues to increase in diversity, the need for cultural competence across mental health professions becomes more and more necessary....