From Past Issues

Moving past burnout, learning to recharge

Thursday May 16, 2019 / By Jesse Taggert & Amy Wilson

From The Therapy Issue

On the other side of burnout, there’s light. Jesse Taggert and Amy Wilson share their journeys toward resiliency, what it feels like to fail at something... Read More

Two dispatches from the heart of burnout

Thursday May 16, 2019 / By Dave Guarino & Anonymous

From The Therapy Issue

Two postcards from the middle of burnout explore why we’re so prone to chronic stress—as individuals and as an industry—and why that’s... Read More

The hard work of preventing burnout

Thursday May 16, 2019 / By Cecilia Muñoz & Alex Loehr

From The Therapy Issue

Cecilia Muñoz and Alex Loehr talk about relying on your team, finding moments to unwind, balancing (or not balancing) priorities, and building healthier... Read More

How we fall into the burnout trap

Thursday May 16, 2019 / By Hana Schank

From The Therapy Issue

Dr. David Ballard is assistant executive director for applied psychology at the American Psychological Association, where he leads APA’s Office of Applied... Read More

Sometimes we forget what we have control over, but innovation is a choice

Monday April 8, 2019 / By Emma Coleman

From The Parks and Rec Issue

Justin Cutler is the Recreation Services Director for the city of Seattle. Previously, he founded RecRx, a company that manages referrals between medical... Read More

The rise of pop-up parks

Monday April 8, 2019 / By Emma Coleman

From The Parks and Rec Issue

A few years ago, pop-ups were known as a source of frustration. As internet nuisances designed to spring ads on you, they inevitably led to calculations... Read More

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