News Articles on 'Clinical Psychology'
Psychologist's tips on dealing with rejection
As a result, how we react to rejection is often equally or even more significant than the rejection itself. Clinical psychologist, Khosi Jiyane says rejection starts from the very people that bring us to this world to the people we choose to be part of our ...
Source: Talk Radio 702
Published: 17 Feb 2019
Essentia Health Welcomes Licensed Psychologist to Duluth
Licensed Psychologist Kenna Bolton Holz has joined the Health Psychology Department at Essentia Health-Duluth in Duluth, Minnesota. Bolton Holz earned a doctorate degree in clinical psychology from Southern Illinois University in Carbondale, Illinois.
Source: Duluth News Tribune
Published: 11 Feb 2019
North Island College psychology prof changes lives for four decades
“After taking a class with Dr. Catchpole, I started looking into clinical psychology and decided that’s what I wanted to pursue.” She is now a clinical neuropsychologist at Lee Health in south Florida, after earning her PhD in clinical psychology.
Source: BC Local News
Published: 07 Feb 2019
Edward F. Zigler: eminent psychologist hailed as ‘Father of Head Start’
Zigler was born and raised in Kansas City, Missouri, the son of immigrants. The first in his family to attend college, he ultimately received his Ph.D. in clinical psychology from the University of Texas at Austin in 1958. He taught at the University of ...
Source: Yale News
Published: 09 Feb 2019
Highly Specialist Clinical Psychologist
Not available for this position Why not recommend a friend or colleague and earn a £250 referral bonus on successful placement (terms and qualifying period apply). All personal data provided by you (the applicant) will be treated as confidential and ...
Published: 18 Feb 2019
A new Book on Literature and Psychology by Dr Ruwan M Jayatunge
Cumaratunga, Wicramasinghe, Jayathilaka, Navagattegama, and Wediwardena whose grasp of the psychology of human nature is unparalleled. This book should become standard reading in clinical psychology and related mental health disciplines.
Published: 07 Feb 2019
MT clinical psychologist explains seasonal affective disorder
GREAT FALLS – It’s not unlikely to occasionally feel down during this time of year thanks to Montana’s long winter months and shorter hours of sunlight, according to Clinical Psychologist Stephanie Burcusa. But, sometimes it’s not just a seasonal ...
Published: 04 Feb 2019
How to procrastinate more productively, according to a psychologist
Clinical psychologist Nick Wignall is a productive procrastinator. At 5 am every morning, Wignall, 33, gets up, showers, and gets to his office in Albuquerque, New Mexico early. He writes blog articles for 2-3 hours before his first client walks through ...
Source: NBC News
Published: 25 Jan 2019
Ex-employees pour scorn on 'psychologist' and his iffy credentials
One of them, who only wanted to be known as Annabelle, noticed that her boss had been charging his patients RM600 per hour for his services while under guidelines by the Malaysian Society of Clinical Psychology, the usual private psychological consultation ...
Published: 29 Jan 2019
ASU psychology professor honored with Outstanding Doctoral Mentor Award
For Linda Luecken, a professor in the Department of Psychology at Arizona State University, it’s also the way she sees her role as a mentor. Since joining ASU in 2000, Luecken has ushered more than 15 doctoral students through the clinical program.
Published: 28 Jan 2019
Clinical Psychology Graduate Programs in Michigan
Clinical psychology programs are typically offered at the doctoral level in the state of Michigan, but often allow students to earn a master's along the way. These programs usually offer additional areas of concentration and require a final internship ...
Published: 27 Nov 2018
Clinical Psychology Postdoctoral Fellowship Program
The Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences is a vibrant, multidisciplinary department dedicated to advancing science and integrating this foremost mission with those of clinical innovation, educational excellence, community engagement and ...
Published: 10 Dec 2018
Integration of Clinical Psychology in the Comprehensive Diabetes Care Team
This growing body of literature suggests that the inclusion of a clinical psychology component in the integrated diabetes care team is desirable. Psychological factors may significantly influence glycemic control. 8,9 Indeed, the Education Recognition ...
Published: 04 Jan 2019
Staff news: Psychologist receives award from Department of Defense
In addition to her work at the Nathanson center, Marlotte is also an attending supervisor at the UCLA Family Stress, Trauma and Resilience clinic and the UCLA Psychology Clinic. Marlotte is a licensed clinical psychologist who received her doctorate from ...
Source: UCLA Newsroom
Published: 12 Dec 2018
Healing the relationship between psychology and Indigenous peoples
In clinical psychology, what might help the average, white Canadian could be traumatic to an Indigenous person. That’s the mindset Nichole Faller, Melissa Wuerch, Rhonda Stopyn and Seint Kokokyi adopted as they began their clinical placements at the ...
Published: 31 Dec 2018
Consoling the Lonely: Clinical Psychologist Says to Look to the Saints
Kevin Vost, author of The Catholic Guide to Loneliness, speaks about the current phenomenon of loneliness and what we can do to feel less lonely (and help others do the same). Elisabeth Deffner We live in a lonely society — and it’s getting lonelier.
Source: National Catholic Register
Published: 15 Apr 2018
What Does a Clinical Psychologist Do?
Clinical psychologists work with patients who have mental, emotional and behavioral disorders. The field represents a prominent specialty within the broad field of psychology. Clinical psychologists work in a wide variety of healthcare settings, such as ...
Published: 24 Jul 2018