Career Developments  Magazine

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CD Winter 2018

"Work Life Balance"
Winter 2018


Winter 2018 Focus Article:

Reentering the Workforce After Kids: How to Make It Work

By Laura Lanham

This article focuses on real life examples of parents who have taken time off to raise their families. Highlighted are three critical factors you can address to help your clients who are considering this big change.


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Career Developments

Winter 2018

Table of Contents


Reentering the Workforce After Kids: How to Make It Work

By Laura Lanham



Women, Work, and Wellness: Designing the Future

By Amanda G. Flora


Special Feature

The Ethics and Skill of Career Confrontations

By Billie Streufert




Professional Counselors & Specialists

Bring Back Work-Life Balance!

By Kevin Johnson



School Counselors

How Much is Enough? Balancing Work and Life as a School Counselor

By Lia Falco



Graduate Students

Helping Clients Experiencing the Impostor Phenomenon Manage Work-Life Balance

By Jessamyn Perlus



Facilitating Career Development

Embracing Mindfulness and Work-Life Balance to Better Serve Our Clients

By Jim Peacock and Sabrina Woods



Higher Education

Contemplating Work-Life Balance

By Heather N. Maietta




From the President:
Living a Balanced Life: Realistic Goal or Hopeless Aspiration?
By Spencer Niles

From the Executive Director:
Work-Life Balance: How do We Keep Everything in Perspective?
By Deneen Pennington

Thought Leader Insights: A Conversation with  Gali Rachel Cinamon
By Jenn Long Leard

Ethics in a Nutshell
By Sarah Patterson-Mills and Sharon Anderson

The Marketplace
By Charles Lehman

On the Web
By Melanie Reinersman