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From NKOTB to Tool: Finding Myself Through Music

I try not to generalize, but I think it’s fair to say that most of us have private personas that are different than the ones we display at work.  Although many employers have softened their rules within the last decade, as professional adults we are still  expected to behave…professionally.  However, we are all multi-faceted people who are so much more than our careers, and it’s interesting to see the other …Read More

Help! I’m Depressed and I Drink too Much!

As an employer, have you had an employee tell you that they are struggling with a mental health or substance abuse issue? Would you want to know? As many as 1 in 5 adults in the U.S. has a mental illness/substance abuse disorder, so chances are a significant portion of your employees could use your support in this area, but are not willing to speak up and ask for help. …Read More

Social Constructs of Disability

What is a disability? When asked this question most of us think of what’s commonly known as the medical model of disability. The medical model focuses on the individual and is seen in most common definitions of the word. The Oxford Dictionary defines it as “a physical or mental condition that limits a person’s movements, senses, or activities.”  When we look at disabilities not as an individual/medical issue, but as …Read More

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