Gal Szekely started his career in the tech world, but he says he’s always been interested in personal growth and asking “What makes life fulfilling?”.
For years he was a product manager, but then he left the tech world for management consultant, a role he described as “half business, half psychology.” From there, Szekely and his wife trained and became therapists. Now, they have more than thirty therapists in the practice and six offices, including San Francisco and Palo Alto. They focus on couples, offering therapy and weekend workshops.
Szekely says that many of the problems he sees are influenced by the tech world and culture, even if neither member of the couple is directly working in the industry. In a phone interview, he told Business Insider about five issues he comes across that are common in Silicon Valley.
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