Month: August 2013

Take Two

A week into internship and I am realizing how fortunate I am that my internship site is the same as my practicum site. Rather than spending the first few days getting oriented in a new place, I was able to… Read More ›

A Place for Stuff

In this classic skit George Carlin addresses how finding a place for one’s stuff can be a chore. One of the great things about Carlin was that he found humor in the mundane, ordinary world of humanity. The audience, through… Read More ›

New PTSD Initiatives

Recently, President Obama laid out plans for new initiatives in research to combat Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD). Part of the plan is to fully fund veterans programs, improve healthcare services, “tackle” the backlog of claims, improve education, and work… Read More ›

In – Trovert – Ex

Recently I completed the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) instrument for about the tenth time over the course of my life. I first discovered the instrument in high school shortly after being introduced to the works of Carl Jung, specifically his… Read More ›