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Repatriation: Not an Easy Adjustment

While there is great emphasis on the culture shock that expatriates feel when they arrive in the host country, attention should also be given to the experiences that many expatriates feel when they return. Organizational changes, technological advances, turnover of

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Compassion Fatigue in Lawyers

This is a wonderful panel discussion put on by the Texas Bar to help lawyers with managing their lives in a positive manner. This is a link to the podcast.  TLAP Podcast Chris Ritter and Eric Grigg from TLAP describing

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Happiness: To be or not to be…..

Happiness is a journey, not a destination. How you travel in this world has a lot to do with attitude, optimism and the lens you use to view the world. Let’s start with these questions. Are you awake to your

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Stress Management Talk

Recently, I gave a talk at Halliburton on stress. The entire talk is available to watch on a link to YouTube. If you want to know about life balance, symptoms of stress, long-term or chronic stress issues, this presentation is

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Life Balance

Climbing Mount Everest & Your Personal Journey

Just the thought of climbing Mount Everest is a daunting notion that takes planning, preparation, physical conditioning, financial resources and amazing fortitude at the very least. In your life, what are the challenges you are contemplating in your life? What

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30 Things to Start Doing for Yourself

Marc Chernoff published a great blog post describing 30 Things to Stop Doing for Yourself” then, what to START doing. So, pulling straight away from his list for the upcoming year……take stock of the items listed below to begin a

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Life Balance TIps

Do you want to be happier at work? Consider adopting some of the following suggestions or ideas. The idea is not to have a “magic moment”, rather many magic experiences that are fulfilling, meaningful and meeting your expectations for a

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How do you balance work and home?

Is it time to reclaim control of your life? Stress will soar when you get out of balance. Take a few moment to examine the costs and benefits of examining your relationship to work, home and personal relationships. I read

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On the Precipice of Being Laid Off?

With these very uncertain times with the financial markets, job loss and economy, rumors of layoffs, downsizing, and corporate belt tightening, stress, emotional confusion and anxiety are common. If you are feeling these fears and having these worries, it is

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Dr. Mike Klaybor

Dr. Mike Klaybor

Dr. Mike Klaybor brings thirty years of experience in practicing counseling psychology with individuals and couples. His approach is cognitive behavioral therapy or CBT. Specific specialties include; anxiety and stress management, chronic pain & chronic illness management, depression, substance abuse evaluations, employee assistance and executive coaching for workplace performance and leadership.