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Paul Fitzgerald, Psy.D., Assistant Professor and Director of Training for Master’s Counseling
Bloomberg Talks With Dr. Fitzgerald
About Summertime Stress
07.31.14

As Ferris Bueller said: Life moves pretty fast. As Bloomberg News reports, summer doesn't slow it down. 

And as Assistant Professor Paul Fitzgerald, Psy.D., reminds us in this Bloomberg story: It's important to slow down and make the most of a summer vacation. “It’s a time to get out of your life as it usually is.”

Dr. Fitzgerald is Assistant Professor and Director of Training for Master’s Counseling at the Adler School, and a clinical psychologist, counselor, and psychotherapist with more than 20 years of experience working with adults, adolescents, children, couples and families. He has worked in the employee assistance field as a counselor and clinical director, and in inpatient psychiatric services and community mental health.

Click here to read "Summer's a time to relax. Except hardly anyone ever does."

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