Washington – The controversy over proposed psychopharmacological training standards fueled heated concerns from training school administrators and others at the 2005 convention of the American Psychological Association. Several members of Division 55, the American Society for the Advancement of Pharmacotherapy (ASAP), viewed efforts of the National Register of Health Services Providers in Psychology (NR) and […]Continue Reading ...
There couldn’t have been a more complicated moment for the bombs to go off in London on 7/7. That was the week that was. The Live 8 benefit concert had just concluded the largest consciousness raising arts activity in history, delivering a powerful message to the G-8 members to “make poverty history” in Africa. The […]Continue Reading ...
Religion and psychology are not necessarily in conflict, but a move by the Baptist Theological Seminary in Louisville, Ky., to drop the latter from its curriculum poses questions about their compatibility. A June news release stated, “The seminary wants students to be skeptical of modern psychology. Instead, the seminary prefers that students first look to […]Continue Reading ...
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