As a graduate student (or professional) in psychology, like myself, you will likely find yourself juggling many professional obligations and responsibilities. In addition to your personal life, there is certainly no shortage of directions we are pulled in. And I suspect this great challenge is neither limited to the life of a graduate student nor to the life of anyone in the field of psychology.
Articles by Avi Gordon
Avi J. Gordon, M.A., M.S. is a Doctoral Student of Clinical Psychology at Loyola University of Maryland. He received his Master of Arts in Psychology from Columbia University, Teachers College where he also conducted research in the areas of diversity and culture, particularly religion and spirituality. He currently spends his time writing his dissertation and conducting therapy as part of his training.