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How The Guidance Centre Became a Vital Player in Canadian Career Development

This blog post originally appeared on CLSR and was republished with the permission of the author. By Denise Hughes I recently read Career Development Practice in Canada: Perspectives, Principles, and Professionalism, and was particularly interested in the first chapter, The Emergence of Career Development in Canada. This interest is due, in no small part, to the fact that I’ve been involved with t... Read More »

2500 Years In The Making — The Development of A Temperament Assessment

Personality temperament theory has been around for hundreds of years, dating back as early as Hippocrates (although he has over the years been attributed as the first to develop a temperament theory, he actually claimed that illness was the result of an imbalance of four bodily fluids). Galen built on Hippocrates groundwork and developed a theory of “temperaments” (the Latin word that actually mea... Read More »

The Importance of Building Resilience in Career Transition

By Louisa Jewell In the summer of 2014, my husband of 19 years told me he was leaving me. I knew we were going through a rough patch but I never anticipated anything like that.  By October, he was gone. I loved him dearly and never, in a million years, did I ever see myself as a divorced person. I remember that first morning, waking up and seeing the empty spot next to me in bed. I was devastated.... Read More »

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