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Name:  Diane G. Wilson  

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Diane has been a contributing columnist for the Chicago Tribune's Working Section feature, Insider.

Biographical and Professional Information

Diane is a member of the American Counseling Association (ACA) and the International Society of Neurofeedback and Research. A licensed clinical professional counselor, she has a Master's degree in Clinical and Counseling Psychology from the University of Akron.Diane is also a ABT Certified Provider of The Listening ProgramĀ®.


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Titles At Your Library

Back in Control: How to Stay Sane, Productive, and Inspired in Your Career Transition (Culture Tools Series)
ISBN: 1591810167

Sentient Publications. 2004

Everyone goes through a career change at least once in their life and most people switch careers several times. This transitional time often causes people to feel stuck, depressed, dejected, confused, alone, and stressed. Back in Control contains counsel and comfort for people working through these changes, turning an unconstructive and emotionally damaging experience into a personally enriching and beneficial one. This book picks up where the "how to" manuals leave off. Countless career books will help readers craft a winning resume, use the Internet and other resources, or prepare for the all-important interview. Wilson's book helps readers manage something even more difficult: themselves. It talks about the stuff that most of us want to know about from others but are seldom in a position to ask. It features personal reflections collected from people going through career changes--real-life experiences described in rich and candid detail.