EDITOR’S NOTE: This interview streamed live on February 2, 2024. Some offers and links may no longer be available.
“At some point, this grind culture ground to a halt. While some clients still wouldn’t mind being entrepreneurs, the focus has shifted from being your own boss so that you can make more money doing work you enjoy to being your own boss so you can work fewer hours and not be a sucker for the man.”
Join Erica Turner, LMFT, in conversation Networker’s digital editor Jennifer Scott to discuss why your clients may be struggling with disillusionment in their professional lives and how you can help them. Be sure to read Erica’s latest Networker article “From Grind Culture to Work Malaise” to explore the cultural trends driving your clients’ careers.
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Erica R. Turner, LMFT, is the owner of Rosewater Therapy, as well as an Adjunct Faculty member in the Couple and Family Therapy program at the University of Maryland, College Park. She’s the cofounder of Therapy is Not a Dirty Word, an events and advocacy program that works to bridge the gap between therapists and the public. Visit www.rosewatertherapy.com.
Jennifer Scott, PhD, is the executive digital editor for Psychotherapy Networker, where she curates the online experience for readers who enjoy our website and social media platforms. She holds a Doctorate in Communication, as well as Master degrees in Journalism and Education, and had the distinct privilege of teaching various writing and multimedia courses at the graduate and undergraduate university levels. She most recently worked as the editorial director at The Gottman Institute. Find her on Instagram at jscott_psychnetworker.