If you feel dissatisfied with your work, feel unaccomplished or unrecognized for your contributions, have “checked-out” or are self-sabotaging your own success at work, you are not alone. Close to twenty percent of American adults are unhappy with their current jobs. Work-related stress impact family life, mental health, and increases risks for chronic illnesses and heart attacks. Psychotherapy offers a safe, confidential, and empowering space to work through career-related issues and retake control of your career.
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Dr. Khodik, Psy.D., B.C.B. is credentialed as a National Register Health Services Psychologist. He earned his Doctoral Degree in Clinical Psychology and his Board Certification in Biofeedback from Widener University’s Institute
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