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Portrait of David Lindskoog
SFU Health and Counselling Services
Registered Clinical Counsellor

David Lindskoog is a Registered Clinical Counsellor at Health & Counselling who used to work as a Career Advisor with Career Services. David is passionate about suicide prevention, social justice, career and professional development concerns, and the use of role-playing games in therapy. Check out his group: Dungeons & Worry Dragons.

While you're here, check out Dave's Diary! It is an ongoing series of journal entries touching on various aspects related to careers and well-being.

Want to hear Dave's thoughts on a particular topic?  Send him an email, and he'll do his best to include it in his next post!

 

Published

Title Content Type Authored Views Likes Saves
Networking and the Extrovert Bias 2012-03-04 769
The Resume of the Future 2012-11-04 149
Dave's Diary 2011-02-21 280
Dear High School Class of 2011... 2011-05-27 27
Invisible Influences? 2011-06-03 40
What's Your Story? 2011-06-10 124
Career Advice From My Dad - Don't Be a Lawyer 2011-06-17 31
How to Bask in the Sunlight of Your Career 2011-09-23 35
On Moustaches & Professionalism 2011-09-16 42
Career Wellness | Part One 2010-09-24 42
The Graduate – Ode to A New Semester 2011-09-09 21
Discipline Beats Time Management 2012-05-13 28
Me Student! You Professor! 2011-08-26 32
3 Tips For Your Blog 2011-08-09 23
Details Matter – In Defence of Grammar Police 2011-10-14 56
Getting A Handle On Conflict 2011-08-12 24
Conflict – The Nature of The Beast 2011-08-06 28
Stay In Your Comfort Zone! 2011-07-26 30
Building Awareness of Self-Awareness 2011-07-29 15
Routines, Moodiness, and the Job Search 2011-05-06 27
What’s an Entrepreneur? 2011-04-01 36
Don’t Throw A Fit! 2011-04-01 33
Fear Helps You Make Decisions 2011-02-18 21
Optimism’s Underworld – Unrealistic Expectations 2011-03-11 19
Empathy for Personal Growth and Beyond 2011-01-28 31
Use Empathy to Master Your Next Job Interview 2011-02-04 28
Unique Resumes – How Far Is Too Far? 2011-02-25 31
An Alternative to “Selling Yourself” 2010-12-15 18
The Value of “Meaningless” Part-Time Work 2010-11-26 18
Transferable Skills Pay the Bills 2010-12-03 14