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November 19, 2015
by Mary Horn, Psy.D.

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A Time to Stand Together and Stay Empowered: Our Own Fight Against Terrorism

November 19, 2015 13:08 by Mary Horn, Psy.D.  [About the Author]

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The recent terrorist attacks on Paris once again remind us that terrorism continues to be an unpredictable threat to the peaceful lifestyle that most countries want to have. It is in fact human nature to become anxious when we face things we can not control or prevent. Often in the aftermath of horrific, senseless events, people have a difficult time not panicking. [More]

July 19, 2015
by Dr. Dawn Crosson,Psy.D


Why Now? Bill Cosby: Rape Allegations Resurface

July 19, 2015 01:17 by Dr. Dawn Crosson,Psy.D  [About the Author]

In February of 2014, a rape accusation of one of the great patriarchs of the 1980’s resurfaced. News casters and reporters were revisiting Bill Cosby, otherwise known as Heathcliff Huxtable’s past accusations of sexual assault against multiple women. Since 2005, women have come forth alleging that Mr. Cosby violated them. Some of the events stemmed as far back as 1970’s but weren’t brought to light until 2005. Mr. Cosby, a man that many perceive as a jovial, loving, fun father figure has recently been characterized as a “monster” who admittedly gave Quaaludes to women with the intent to have sex with them. [More]

April 13, 2015
by Lee Kehoe, MS, LMHC, NCC


Dove’s #ChooseBeautiful Looks To Transform Beauty

April 13, 2015 10:32 by Lee Kehoe, MS, LMHC, NCC  [About the Author]

Dove’s new campaign #ChooseBeautiful is challenging women across the globe to rethink what it means to be beautiful and acknowledge their own beauty. Dove’s most recent inspirational advertising placed a “beautiful” sign and an “average” sign above two adjacent doors of buidlings in San Francisco, Shanghai, London, Delhi, and Sao Paulo. The cameras were then rolling to see what women of all ages would do when faced with the decision to walk through the “average” door or the “beautiful” door. The large majority of women chose to walk under the “average” door, some with hesitation, others seemingly without thought. [More]