Articles by Jenn Hardy, PhD
Jenn Hardy, PhD, is a licensed counseling psychologist in private practice. She completed her doctoral degree at Penn State University in 2010 with specialized training in psychodynamic therapy, attachment theory and career/vocational issues. Wanting to help a larger audience than could ever fit on a clinical caseload, she also writes on Instagram (@drjennhardy) about relationships, career-related issues, resilience and other psychoeducational topics. In addition to her social media writing, she has been interviewed by various media outlets and loves to be a guest on podcasts developed by other mental health professionals. To see more of what she’s been writing and talking about, check out her website, and consider subscribing to her quarterly newsletter (www.drjennhardy.com). She lives with her two children and husband in Maryville, TN.
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A psychologist asks whether we’re at peak #SelfCare overload, and shares how you can assess your real values and needs in order to show up as the person you want to be. http://blog.time2track.com/showing-fully-self-care-paradigm/
If you love someone who abuses substances, you may find yourself with a lot of decisions to make — including whether to continue the relationship. These 4 boundaries can help: http://blog.time2track.com/when-the-one-you-love-abuses-substances-four-must-have-boundaries/
How Therapists Can Write For The Web Without Boring Their Readers http://ow.ly/vxKj30pJEBy
A clinical psychologist answers questions she wishes she'd asked before applying to grad school:
Earning additional certifications after grad school will require significant time and energy, but according to Dr. Carnell Colebrook-Claude, it's a worthwhile investment. http://blog.time2track.com/i-got-additional-certifications-after-grad-school-im-glad-i-did/