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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
31Aug2022

Insurance against stress; it might be too costly

I’ll just run this by my boss” was a phrase that I heard all too frequently from my client who came to see me about work-related stress. Laura, a young woman in her first major corporate job, worked…

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11Aug2022

Job Promotions; a cautionary tale

The call came out of the blue from the secretary of a psychiatric director of a large and prestigious teaching hospital. The director wanted to see if I would be interested in applying for the recently vacated position…

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19Jul2022

Procrastination, three simple fixes

I don’t think that there many personal problems that triggers as much self-blame as procrastination. According to many of my procrastinating clients, they’re simply lazy and in need of better work skills or motivation. I try to dissuade…

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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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