What Makes Chess and Psychologists a Winning Combination?


by Dr. Eric Padol, Licensed Psychologist at 
On-Site Psychological Services


Dr. Eric Padol is an articulate and reliable health-care professional with nine years of experience meeting clients’ needs through interpersonal contacts and thorough, well-researched written communications. He has a BA in Psychology from Binghamton University and a MS and Doctorate from Nova Southeastern University. 
I can utilize my years of experience as a therapist, tournament chess player, and spiritual chess player to help people learn life lessons from the game of chess, and to enjoy the dance, win, lose or draw! 

Specific life lessons include:

n  Plan, work hard, and absolute miracles will happen!

n  Don’t force things – forcing can lead to a losing result, while simply letting the situation unfold can create opportunities.

n  Don’t worry about results- Enjoy the process, get out of your comfort zone, and find you are stronger than you ever knew!

n  Love your opponent – he or she is a life teacher, not an adversary.

And much, much more!



I look forward to sharing with you, and receiving the gifts and lessons you have for me!
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To learn more about Dr. Eric Padol, see 

https://www.linkedin.com/in/eric-padol-1221a826/



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