News Articles on 'Clinical Psychology'
The trauma-informed barber is changing the narrative of mental health for young men of color and their families. Maybe it was your lived experience, or maybe it was something you saw in the movies: sitting in the barber shop getting your haircut and talking about all sorts of things from funny to serious to ridiculous.
Source: Psychology Today
Published: 18 May 2021
Rowan University graduates its first clinical psychology doctoral students
Five Rowan University students received their doctoral degrees in clinical psychology Tuesday, the first class to graduate from the program since its 2016 launch. Their hooding ceremony marks a significant step in the University’s transformation as a research powerhouse,
Published: 11 May 2021
A clinical science approach to psychology
Then she met with Mary Dozier, Amy Elizabeth du Pont Chair of Developmental Psychology at the University of Delaware. She took their advice. “It wasn’t until I was interviewing with Mary that I saw the value of the clinical science approach,” she said.
Source: University of Delaware
Published: 30 Apr 2021
Clinical psychologists too seeking therapy
I love what I do, and I feel guilty if I’m not always available. I have mixed emotions. I also feel exhausted and ambushed. Is this really happening?” sighs Radhika Bapat, a slight young woman, her thoughts restlessly vacillating.
Source: The Times of India on MSN.com
Published: 15 May 2021
Have You Ever Traced Your Hands to Calm Your Anxiety? A Psychologist Shares How
She suggests repeating this for several minutes to calm your stress response to whatever is causing you anxiety. Just by testing it out myself on a work-filled Monday morning, I found it to be relaxing simply because the motion of tracing my fingers reminded me of the rise and fall — the crests and troughs — of ocean waves.
Published: 10 May 2021
MSU psychology clinic offers free mental health services for youth
With more than $200,000 from the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act (CARES), Mississippi State University’s Psychology Clinic is providing free mental health services for Mississippi’s youth,
Source: Mississippi State University
Published: 14 May 2021
and their control (see Psychology Today)—both are dysfunctional, fragile and unstable ways of judging oneself. Clinical perfectionism has various harmful expressions that maintain the ...
Source: Psychology Today
Published: 01 May 2021
Cognitive science minor offers interdisciplinary study of mind and science
The minor is most relevant for careers or schooling in clinically oriented directions like speech and language pathology or clinical psychology, but it can be used in non-traditional ways like counseling and mediation or hotel management. Professor Snyder ...
Source: The Daily Campus
Published: 23 Apr 2021