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26. August 2015 04:33
by Lee Kehoe, MS, LMHC, NCC
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Boy’s Reaction To Leaving Mom for Pre-k Goes Viral: Attachment At Play

26. August 2015 04:33 by Lee Kehoe, MS, LMHC, NCC | Comments

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A Los Angeles reporter asked Andrew Macias, 4, if he was excited to start pre-school. With a nice polo and combed hair, the young boy hesitantly said “yes” to the reporter. The following question, however, left little Macias in tears, as the reporter asked, “Are you gonna miss you’re mom?” Macias at first says “no,” but the video catches Macias have a moment of realization that his mom would not be with him at pre-school. This led Macias to break into tears as the fear of leaving his mom finally set in. [More]

24. August 2015 05:55
by Carol Campbell, M.A
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Netflix Offers One-Year Leave for New Parents: Conflicting Emotional Reactions Result

24. August 2015 05:55 by Carol Campbell, M.A | Comments

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On August 4, 2015 the streaming video company Netflix, located in Los Gatos, CA, announced a shockingly generous new policy for its employees who become parents: unlimited fully paid leave for mothers and fathers in the first year after the child’s arrival. According to the San Francisco Chronicle, this amount of time and leave is “practically unheard of”. (Lang, M.) Employees are now allowed to work as much or as little as they see fit in that first year as they adjust to bringing a new life into their family. This policy is perhaps a logical extension of Netflix’s long-standing vacation policy, which is that employees may take as much vacation as they want, without any records kept. (Lang. M.) [More]

21. August 2015 09:00
by Agnes Oh, PsyD, LMFT
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Unveiling the Secret to Happiness : Nature or Nurture?

21. August 2015 09:00 by Agnes Oh, PsyD, LMFT | Comments

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The science of happiness has been increasingly gaining public attention in recent years as researchers are trying to delineate the specific determinants of individual sense of well-being or life satisfaction. What constitutes human happiness has long been considered to be subjective but recent studies are showing that it might not be entirely so.
The science of happiness has been increasingly gaining public attention in recent years as researchers are trying to delineate the specific determinants of individual sense of well-being or life satisfaction. What constitutes human happiness has long been considered to be subjective but recent studies are showing that it might not be entirely so. [More]

19. August 2015 05:55
by Autumn Robinson, MA, PhD Candidate
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3 Psychological Reasons Why People Love Donald Trump for President

19. August 2015 05:55 by Autumn Robinson, MA, PhD Candidate | Comments

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The psychology of national elections is something that is long debated and often discussed, with every election cycle offering new developments for everyone to marvel at. With the presidential election cycle seeming to begin earlier and earlier every four years with cycles now starting roughly eighteen months before the final polling date, there is increasingly a larger and larger window for candidate exposure, leaving room for more candidates to join the playing field. And while campaigns are increasingly won or lost based on the amount of money that a candidate can spend on advertising, at the same time social media and media coverage make presidential campaigns far more unpredictable. [More]

16. August 2015 05:55
by Lee Kehoe, MS, LMHC, NCC
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Teen Accepted to All Ivy Leagues Must Bury Mom: Resiliency At Its Finest 

16. August 2015 05:55 by Lee Kehoe, MS, LMHC, NCC | Comments

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Dellarontay Readus, a Memphis high school grad, already made the news when he was accepted to every Ivy league school in the United States. This accomplishment was made even more amazing in understanding the obstacles Readus was up against. Growing up with just his mother, the small family struggled to make ends meet. Readus shared that he would have to take a bus every night to the public library to use the computer and internet for homework, since his mother could not afford such things at home. Despite the hurdles in his way, Readus was one of a few teens ever accepted to every Ivy league. Readus announced his enrollment at Stanford University with a full ride scholarship, but he then had to face perhaps the biggest hurdle of his life. [More]

14. August 2015 05:55
by Karen Allen,MS, LMHC, CAMS, CHt
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Seeking Normalcy Amidst Waves of PTSD with ART

14. August 2015 05:55 by Karen Allen,MS, LMHC, CAMS, CHt | Comments

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What might peace of mind be like? Veterans like Dennis Parker who have had to fight for PTSD treatment (Bjornstad, 2015) have waited many long years for an opportunity to find out. What would it be like for them to experience relief from trauma symptoms after 3-5 treatment sessions? It sounds too good to be true, yet that is what most clients receiving Accelerated Resolution Therapy (ART) are experiencing. So, what is Accelerated Resolution Therapy? [More]

12. August 2015 05:55
by Lee Kehoe, MS, LMHC, NCC
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Hearing Loss Associated With Mental Illness: A World of Isolation

12. August 2015 05:55 by Lee Kehoe, MS, LMHC, NCC | Comments

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The American Psychological Association (APA) just released a report citing multiple study findings that hearing loss may be associated with mental illness. The report provides evidence that people usually wait on average up to six years to seek treatment for any possible hearing loss. The lack of medical attention is partially due to people’s lack of awareness into the signs of hearing loss that can occur. However, over this time, as people lose more hearing, many of these people develop depression and forms of social anxiety. The APA report contributes such depression and anxiety to a difficulty with communicating, resulting in those with hearing loss withdrawing from their usual social activities. [More]

10. August 2015 07:46
by Ruth Gordon, MA, MSW, LCSW
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Camille Cosby: Co-Conspirator? Faithful Wife? Abuse Victim?

10. August 2015 07:46 by Ruth Gordon, MA, MSW, LCSW | Comments

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Camille Cosby has declared that her husband, Bill, is a kind and good man She dismisses accusations that he is, in fact, a serial rapist. According to recent count, 47 women, dating all the way back to 1969, claim the comedian maneuvered them into situations that resulted in non-consensual sex. Mr. Cosby, himself, has admitted, in depositions that were opened by court order, that he has, without permission, used quaaludes, which are sedatives and hypnotics, to ensure the success of his seductions. [More]

8. August 2015 11:13
by Lee Kehoe, MS, LMHC, NCC
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NFL Hires First Female Coach: Breaking Down Male Dominated Fields

8. August 2015 11:13 by Lee Kehoe, MS, LMHC, NCC | Comments

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Women in the workforce has been a hot topic in the past year. What about a woman in a male only field? The National Football League (NFL) recently hired it’s first ever female coach. The Arizona Cardinals recently hired Jen Welter to act as a linebacker intern coach. While Welter is entering an entirely male dominated field, she has no shortage of qualifications for the job. Welter holds a masters in sports psychology, in addition to a PhD in psychology. She also has played internationally as a professional women’s football player. Welter’s hiring brings to light the changing dynamics of many job fields in hiring women, as well as the future of these fields as many groups lobby for equal pay and opportunity for women in traditionally male dominated fields. [More]

6. August 2015 09:00
by Megan Lundgren, LMFT
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Restoration Therapy: A Revolutionary New Model For Marriage Counseling?

6. August 2015 09:00 by Megan Lundgren, LMFT | Comments

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After years of intensive counseling work with couples at a renown marriage retreat center in Texas, Dr. Terry Hargrave and co-author Terry Pfitzer pioneered Restoration Therapy and published their foundational book describing the concepts and techniques. Developed "from the tradition of Contextual Family Therapy, the Restoration approach provides the therapist with clarity of assessment of individual and relational issues yet utilizes sound mindfulness strategies to produce real and long-lasting systemic change," writes Hargrave. [More]
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