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Are Your ‘Labels’ Sabotaging Your Career Change?

by Dr Fiona Day  Suzanne was working for an NHS (UK National Health Service) organisation which was being dissolved following a reorganisation. As a qualified physiotherapist she really struggled with the idea of being transferred…

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Career Change, Career Development, Career Management, Developing Coaches - ACT Training, Executive Coaching, Getting Unstuck coaching

The Hard Thing about Hard Choices

Every now and again I come across something that reinvigorates me and makes me determined to redouble what we’re trying to do at The Career Psychologist.  This video is one of those things. The thing…

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Career Change, Career Management, Executive Coaching, Getting Unstuck coaching, Psychometric assessment

On the Danger of Psychometrics Tests

Psychologists are very keen to put people into boxes.  We like to label people –  schizophrenic, depressed, anxious.  For occupational psychologists we like ENFP, conscientious, emotionally intelligent.  Of course, mostly these labels are harmless and…

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Career Change, Career Development, Developing Coaches - ACT Training, Getting Unstuck coaching

Building Willingness workbook

For those of you who have identified a direction in which to move, and are preparing for the journey this workbook has been designed for you: Building willingness workbook from Rob Archer

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Understanding Experiential Avoidance

Experiential avoidance is so common to everyone experiencing career paralysis and yet so unheard of that it needs some closer attention.  Here’s the formal definition: “Attempts to avoid thoughts, feelings, memories, physical sensations, and other…

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