Step 5: Making a plan and getting into action

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Thoughts vs Values in Career Change

 by Ross McIntosh When I left the Civil Service in early 2014 I attended a course called “Cartooning for Communicators” which was one of those truly liberating experiences life occasionally offers us. From that, I…

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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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Client guest post: Conviction; Friend or Foe?

This post was written by Tyrieana Long, a client of The Career Psychologist. Few of us will have escaped the news reports in recent days about the late Margaret Thatcher. What has struck me the…

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