Scarlett L. Hancock, MSN APRN FNP-BC is a 47-year-old nurse practitioner and mother of two living in Clarksville, TN. While she has long been an avid writer, her first publication was her graduate thesis which appeared in a scientific journal in 2020. She has one dog, one cat, and has recently begun raising backyard chickens and studying poultry health in her spare time.
Though she was born and raised in Clarksville, her sweetest childhood memories are of the summers, holidays and long weekends spent with her grandmother playing and learning about life on the mountain. It was her grandmother and mother’s love of literature and reading that sparked her interest and value in the written word and led her to produce her own works.
This About That - Scarlett Hancock's ThoughtsThe following articles are provided by the Author and may not represent the feelings or ideals of GetMyNewBook.
Being a counselor is easy, fun, and rewarding?
Posted on: September 29, 2019
Being a counselor is easy, fun, and rewarding? Right? Not all the time, but I designed this book to provide you with the next steps and to keep you from quitting when the going gets tough. And it will get tough. Whether you are looking for a counseling career that channels your passion or you are a counselor who has lost your passion, this book is your foundation, so you can get what you need to keep going. Now you have the right blocks for building a satisfying counseling career. Now you know experts and EXACTLY how they succeed so you don’t have to re-invent the wheel. If you read all, or even some, of the chapters you are probably motivated to ask more questions, do some research on the Google machine, or find out more specific steps so you can take action.
The benefits of more specific steps in moving forward with the career you love are obvious: don’t re-invent the wheel. If you can find paperwork that someone is already using in their successful private practice, then ask if it is okay to adapt it to your practice. If someone has scripts that help you answer the phones in a way that helps clients choose your services, then ask if you can borrow them. If you can find routines, hacks, habits, or lists that save you time and energy so you can focus on finishing your hours, finishing your degree, providing amazing service to your clients, or building your private practice then don’t procrastinate; start incorporating them into your daily routine today!