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Professional sports and work how are they linked?

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Common themes of the workplace

Read more about some of the themes and services of my work in the Montreal psychology workplace

Latest from the blog
22Jun2022

Rewards at work: a cautionary tale

I had the recent privilege of consulting to a company that specializes in employee recognition- the tangible kind of recognition where good performance is rewarded with personalized mugs, trophies or any number of concrete goodies from their expansive inventory….

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16Jun2022

Good Work and Life Habits: sustaining them

In my previous post, I discussed various ways to develop new behavioural habits. The question is: how do we sustain them?


Put that new habit into a larger category: It is…

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14Jun2022

Good Work and Life Habits; steps to development

Good habits are great. They function like automatic algorithms that silently work in the background to help us engage in adaptive behaviour. “Silently” is key. That is, without conscious thought or deliberate effort, we can effortlessly go…

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FEATURED READINGS FROM DR. B

As part of my coaching, I make it a habit to loan books from my collection to address specific issues in the workplace. Here’s what on my shelf right now.

Mind Tools for Managers by Manktelow and Birkinshaw

I still remember the day when I came to work in my first managerial job as Chief Psychologist in large university-based health sciences center in Montreal. Youthfully naïve and thinking that the position was some celestially guided reward for being an effective and hard working clinical psychologist, I was woefully unprepared for what awaited me.  

The Courage to be Disliked by Ichiro Kishimi and Fumitake Koga

  I’m a skeptic at heart when I hear about exaggerated claims to psychotherapies be they old or new.   This past week, two came into view. The first arrived in the form of a book from a client extolling Adlerian therapy -The Courage to be Disliked By Ichiro Kishimi and Fumitake Koga. The second, Compassion

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