Tools for Making Progress in Academic Life

Stacey Satchell, PCC, MSEd, MA

“I feel stuck!" - this is a common refrain I hear from graduate students and postdocs, alike. 

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Tune Your When, How Much, and What in Your Days

Steven Weissenburger, M.Ed.

You can have balance, productivity, and meaning when you know how to tune the when, how much, and what of your activities.

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Working with the Kids at Home? Tips from an Experienced Parent

Sara Myers, PhD

Working remotely with kids a reality for many parents. Women with children have lost about an hour of research time per day. #virtualconferenceseason

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What's Your Water?

Lucile Wrenshall, MD, PhD

As we come to the end of 2020, it's a time to reflect on lots of things, including our water.

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Feeling Powerless in the Age of COVID (Part II)

Lucile Wrenshall, MD, PhD

The Covid pandemic brings out feelings of powerlessness in all of us. Here's what you can do about it.

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Acting on the Essential

Katherine Hartmann, MD, PhD

Essentialism is a guide to being re-energized by sharpening our focus on what is essential, compelling and generative.

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Feeling Powerless in the Age of Covid (Part I)

Lucile Wrenshall, MD, PhD

The Covid pandemic brings out feelings of powerlessness in all of us. Here's why and what (part 2) you can do about it.

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Emotional Connecting While Social Distancing

David Sacks, PhD

Lessons from providing therapy during COVID-19.

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OCD in the Time of COVID-19

David Sacks, PhD

There’s plenty of the “O” and the “C,” but none of the “D.”

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Creating a Clearing in the Woods

Katherine Hartmann, MD, PhD

Our lives are moving both too fast and too slow. We recognize demands but are more restricted and stationary than ever before.

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