Preparation for a coronavirus outbreak does not only mean preparing for our own personal safety but also for the safety of our clients. Here are some things for psychologists and counsellors to consider when it comes to coronavirus and clinical service delivery.
Getting back into the flow of regular life and work responsibilities after an extended break can be tough. Here are some ways to refocus our energy and motivation to get back into a routine.
Do you know someone working themselves so hard it may be damaging their health? Here are 5 things to consider when helping someone who is a workaholic.
Rather than striving for work-life balance, we should be thinking about achieving work-life harmony. Dr. Samra has 5 tips to achieve better harmony.
Burnout is discussed as an inevitable part of working in a helping profession, but is it a necessary part of doing meaningful work?
We spend a significant portion of our days working, so relationships with our colleagues can be important to maintain for our overall mental health.
Work has undergone a major shift. What was once viewed as a means to an end, has shifted into something greater. But what happens when we’re at a job that no longer gives us meaning?