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PTA Survival Tip: Keep A File Of Positive Feedback

We all need occasional reminders of why we chose this career, especially on the tough days One of the best pieces of advice I got early in my career was to keep a folder or file of all the patient cards, thank you's, and positive work reviews that I received. It might seem silly at … Continue reading PTA Survival Tip: Keep A File Of Positive Feedback

PTA Survival Tip: Dealing With Impostor Syndrome

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Do you ever doubt your abilities or feel like a fraud? If you answered yes to the question above, you are a normal human being! To have unquestioned belief in your own amazingness and perfection would be more of a sign of psychopathy or narcissistic personality disorder. Everyone struggles with self-doubt at some point in … Continue reading PTA Survival Tip: Dealing With Impostor Syndrome

A Warning To Physical Therapist Assistant Students And New Graduates

Be Careful Who You Work For, Things Aren't Always As Promised I was really fortunate. The first two jobs I had after graduation were in outpatient clinics where I had the opportunity to work with patients one on one in a semi-private setting. I worked like that for around 5 years and really enjoyed having … Continue reading A Warning To Physical Therapist Assistant Students And New Graduates