Do clients really have a preference about their therapist’s office? Turns out, they do.
Marissa Levin over on Linked In has written a great article on dealing with toxic people. It’s worth reading – most of us can instantly think of a current toxic peep in our lives, or recall one from our past (they’re hard to forget). The more understanding and tools we have to deal with thisContinue reading “Toxic people and what to do about them | Reblog”
LinkedIn via @Franc J. Pacheco, MEd, coughed up a great infographic on learning theory in my feed today. I checked it out, and the blog it’s attached to, and repost it here. 30+ years experience working with disenfranchised or marginalised learners and a doctoral thesis later, I’m impressed to see nearly everything I know and thinkContinue reading “Oh, so right on.”
There can be a dark side to interning – be aware & prepared.
Recently, I’ve begun assessing my LinkedIn profile and page because I’ve got a big change in circumstance coming up, and I want to be as up-to-date and relevant as possible. This (as is usual for me) occasioned a fair amount of reading on the subject. (Some samples on how to be a great LinkedIn peepContinue reading “That Wretched Profile Silhouette | *Rant”