Tupelo, MS – Criminal Court Judge was astounded in May to read the jury verdict in a double-murder case. Jurors found the defendant to be sane and insane at the same time. The jury was ambivalent about finding the defendant, Kier Sanders, 43, to be not guilty by reason of insanity (NGRI), which would send […]Continue Reading ...
A phenomenon has emerged in the alcohol and drug treatment field that has recently received much media coverage: Celebrity Rehab. There have been public figures participating in treatment programs from the beginning but increased interest and the willingness of some celebrities to discuss their personal lives has evolved to the point where it is difficult […]Continue Reading ...
What is public interest psychology? Any time we help heal people who feel damaged or impaired in their ability to enjoy life and participate, we are engaging in the public interest. It is important not to trivialize anyone’s pain or quest to feel whole. Beyond the individual we serve, each person is part of larger […]Continue Reading ...
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