Many psychologists are eager to use technology to enhance their practices, and the field of telepsychology is quickly gaining popularity. Clients and providers alike often value the convenience of using videoconferencing technology for the provision of mental health services, but as with all emerging interventions, there can be risks. This article will provide a brief […]Continue Reading ...
George W. Albee, Ph.D., in his 1970 presidential address to the American Psychological Association, said, “We have taught our students for years that mental cases include those people who are dangerous to themselves or others.” This message seems to have escaped public awareness. The young boys and men who have engaged in mass shootings and […]Continue Reading ...
Money can be one of the biggest sources of internal and interpersonal conflict and struggle we experience in our lives. The APA reports that since 2007 money has been a top cause of stress for Americans. The most recent survey found 72 percent of Americans stressed over money during the past month, and 31 percent […]Continue Reading ...
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