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How does PsychWisdom Psychotherapy Work?
PsychWisdom Psychotherapy is a unique experience in which you can safely explore and learn about your feelings, thoughts and behavior in a supportive, non-judgmental environment.
How Does PsychWisdom Coaching Work?
Coaching is an educational approach to helping you enhance personal performance. It has been used for many years in the arts and athletics. In these fields, a coach is considered absolutely necessary in order for an individual or team to achieve star status. Because coaching has been so successful in helping athletes and artists achieve their goals, it has made a rapid expansion into other areas of life. Coaching is particularly useful for those who those who are emotionally stable and want to move ahead in their careers.
NEW BOOK ALERT: Overcoming Your Procrastination: College Student Edition
Dr. Linda Sapadin is excited to announce the publication of her newest book in SUMMER 2020. This is a great book to guide people from procrastinating to doing their best! Now available exclusively on amazon.com in print and Kindle form.
A must-have book for all college students. Does your daily diet consist of procrastination, self-flagellation and empty promises to do better next time? Imagine the toll this is taking on your psyche – not to mention your grades. Want to change your pattern without becoming a no-fun study nerd? Of course, it’s a no-brainer!
Yeah, I know it’s hard to outsmart your procrastination with so many, accessible, appealing, addictive distractions everywhere. Beepers beckon. Entertainment entices. Social networks seduce. What’s a person to do? If it were a simple matter, like “making resolutions” or “just doing it,” surely your mom’s nagging would have cured you of it years ago. But that didn’t work. So, now it’s time to learn the skills that will make it happen!
Grab a copy of this book! Take a fun Personality Quiz! Once you know your style, head on over to the chapter dedicated to you. There you’ll discover a treasure trove of tips and insights to help you curb your procrastination and ace your assignments.
If you have even an ounce of interest in working smarter, not harder – read this book. You’ll get great insights into your personality that’ll help you do better in college and beyond. So, quit “wishing I could.” Grab your copy of this helpful, entertaining book and “make it happen!”
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But first, two questions for you to see if you are in the right spot.
Do you reflect on life experiences, wondering about what makes you happy, sad, angry, afraid?
Are you curious about relationships, thirsty for knowledge about why people act as they do?
Well, then you’ve come to the right place!
View PsychWisdom Featured Articles
Are You Living a Crazy Busy Lifestyle?
These days, the overextended life is the norm for many. People who gab about their bustling, buzzing, on-the-go life are rarely ashamed of it; indeed, there is a bit of boasting (despite the occasional sigh) about how insanely busy they are. Read Full Article Here.
Talking to Yourself: A Sign of Sanity
If you talk to yourself, does that mean you are losing it? Or, might it actually be a sign of sanity, making you smarter. Smarter, not daft?? Right! Read Full Article Here. For more Featured Articles see below.
What is Wisdom?
It is more than being informed. It is more than knowing what’s “right.” It is knowledge, understanding, experience, insight and common sense that you use in your thinking and acting. Others define wisdom in a more poetic way…
Albert Einstein: “Any fool can know. The point is to understand.”
Marilyn vos Savant: “To acquire knowledge, one must study; but to acquire wisdom, one must observe.”
Pierre Abelard: “The beginning of wisdom is found in doubting; by doubting we come to the question and by seeking we may come upon the truth.”