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Our Autumnal Years: Coming Back Home
Eliza Yong, Psy.D., Jayan Warrier, Psy.D. and William Bergquist, Ph.D. [Note: This is an edited excerpt from Awakening Spring in …
Leadership and Anxiety–Containment and Metabolism I: Anxiety in a VUCA-Plus Environment
The leaders of organizations in the 21st Century often must deal with major challenges associated with the anxiety experienced by specific members of their organization, as well as the diffuse anxiety that pervades specific departments in the leader’s organization or the entire organization.
A New Core Anchor for a Different Voice: Connection
My educational experience in cross-cultural coaching at the Professional School of Psychology (PSP) actually began ten days prior to the …
Is Hope the New Antibiotic for Physical Illness?
Building on the concept of hope and moving forward to modern times, there are many neuroscientists and psychologists, along with religious, spiritual, and political leaders, who have written notable views about hope and how our body responds to thoughts and emotions.