Washington, D.C. – The American Psychological Association’s 2008 State Leadership Conference focused on gaining greater clout for change through lobbying or litigating to protect and expand the purview of psychology. The big picture in plenary sessions for the roughly 600 in attendance stressed playing a defining role in enacting a national parity law and negotiating […]Continue Reading ...
“I have a 12-year-old client who is completely out of control sexually on the internet. How do I treat him?” asked a colleague. Even though I had treated sex addicts for over 20 years, I was taken aback by the age of her client. The description “completely out of control” had, in my experience, been […]Continue Reading ...
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