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@TechCounselor: Creating email signatures

By Adria S. Dunbar March 22, 2018

We’ve all heard that a first impression is incredibly important, so we get dressed up, pay attention to our choice of words and do everything we can to present our most professional selves to the world. Sometimes, however, we don’t have the opportunity as counselors to put our best foot forward in the literal sense.…continue reading

When help isn’t helpful: Overfunctioning for clients

By Kathleen Smith March 19, 2018

“Erin” came to counseling with all the signs of depression. She was unhappy with her career, her health and her family. Her mother was distressed, her father was distant and her disabled brother was sick. Erin spent a lot of energy calming and directing her family, and she complained about how little her family supported…continue reading

Why neurocounseling?

Compiled by Bethany Bray March 12, 2018

Decades ago, you might have gotten some funny looks or raised eyebrows if you used the word “neurocounseling” in a professional setting. In recent years, however, counselors have become increasingly interested in using concepts from neuroscience to inform and support their work with clients. What makes professional counseling compatible with neuroscience? How can it help…continue reading

Nonprofit News: Who are you and why should I use your services?

By “Doc Warren” Corson III March 5, 2018

In the past few months, emails from several continents have come in asking about ways to establish a nonprofit and attract clients. While the “how-tos” of starting a nonprofit vary from country to country and state to state (province to province) based on tax and other laws, the “how to” of attracting clients starts by…continue reading