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Jumping from Planes and Ladders: Midlife Career Change

By Dr Rob Handelman, Psy.D. “Midlife is when you reach the top of the ladder and find that it was against the wrong wall.” Joseph Campbell If this quote rings at all true, and if…

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Why Conversational Culture Matters to You

by Dr Rachel Collis When you are thinking about career change it is important to get a sense of clarity around yourself (your strengths, values, purpose etc.) and also the work environments that works best…

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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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Values and Vulnerabilities

This is a guest post by the brilliant Dr Nic Hooper. Let me tell you about the last few days of my life. ——————————————————————————————————– Day 1 On Thursday morning I travelled to the University of…

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The Science of Decision Making….and the Art of Possibility

Dan Gilbert argues that one of the reasons we aren’t great at making decisions is because we tend to compare against our past experience, not against what’s possible. We have a a rich understanding of…

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