Therapy for the Mind, Body, and Soul
In This Chapter
◆ How to get work as a counselor to help people overcome emotional, family, and career-related challenges
◆ What it takes to work as a physical therapist for injured people or those suffering chronic pain
◆ How to put yourself to work as an occupational therapist—and help other people regain or learn work and life skills
◆ Why working as a barber, manicurist, skin-care specialist, or other personal appearance worker is a recession-proof choice
We all know our minds, bodies, and souls have a way of making their own agenda. You may feel great physically, but an emotional problem keeps you up at night. Or you have your head on just right, but that car accident has left your back ...