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By Em Arvey
A simple way to hack your brain and greatly improve your dating life
By Suffolk County Psychological Association
Anxiety in children is a critical issue. Child Psychologist, Dr. Deena Abbey, will discuss some causes of anxiety in young children and strategies that professionals can use to help them work through their anxiety.
Identifying negative core beliefs in trading is critical if you want to be a successful trader. Otherwise, if you accept these beliefs as the truth, they filter into the subconscious mind and actually sabotage your trading.
By Professional Development Resources
This course is comprised of select articles from the March/April 2016 issue of The National Psychologist, an independent bi-monthly newspaper intended to keep psychologists (and other mental health professionals) informed about practice issues
By Margaret DeLong, Psy.D.
“Fostering the MotherDaughter Relationship” During this FREE workshop, Dr. Margaret DeLong will provide mothers and daughters with useful tools to strengthen their relationship and develop strategies for navigating the teen years with success.
By Medipsy Psychological Services
Medipsy Psychological Services announces the launch of a new Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) Clinic as convenient place for English and French-speaking Montrealers to access assessment and treatment services for ADHD.
By Suffolk County Psychological Association
This workshop is geared towards both practitioners with and without prior eating disorders experience. Participants will be guided in the use of the evidence based manual in their private practice.
By Oakland University
Professor Virgil Zeigler-Hill examined how the personality traits of servers affected job performance ratings and tips from customers.
By Steve Springer's Mental Side of Hitting
Mental Performance, Player Conditioning, and College Recruiting
By Suffolk County Psychological Association
Dr. Roy Aranda speaks about Post-traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) an anxiety disorder that can develop in persons who have had very traumatic, disturbing, or frightening experiences, or have witnessed such events, whether in close proximity or even at a..
By Suffolk County Psychological Association
Dr. Howard Gurr, the host of "psyched Up" talks to Dr. Anthony Pantaleno about Mindfulness Therapy.
By New Street Communications, LLC
Noted authority and practitioner Eric Maisel powerfully deconstructs the “mental disorder" paradigm that is the foundation of current mental health practices ... and presents a revolutionary alternative: a “human experience" paradigm.
By Bridgeross Communications
A Toronto psychotherapist embodies her parents' past in ways that aren't obvious to her and grows up in an environment she feels at odds with. Her parents' traumas during WW2 impinge on her life but she gains perspective, understanding and hope.
By Oakland University
Todd Shackelford's textbook introduces insights into how even a value system such as morality has evolved through natural selection.
By Bridgeross Communications
Much interest has been generated about the impact of trauma and its transmission from generation to generation. In this poignant and humorous coming-of-age memoir, Toronto psychotherapist, Pearl Goodman, writes about just that topic.
By GRIN Verlag / Open Publishing GmbH
The potential correlation between drug use, impulsiveness, and emotional dysregulation among expatriates in the Netherlands
By Anastasia Amour
Based on Anastasia Amour’s personal experience in conquering a 5 year near-fatal battle with anorexia, surviving emotional abuse and learning to love the skin she’s in (stretch marks, wobbly bits, cellulite and all), her debut self-help title Inside...
By Boutique of Quality Books Publishing
Summer is ending, but readers can still escape in Kayce Stevens Hughlett’s novel, “Blue”, which will be released by BQB Publishing on September 10, 2015.
By Invictus Publishing, llc
Invictus Publishing, llc announced the paperback and eBook release of “Thrive: The Highly Sensitive Person and Career,” a groundbreaking new book that helps highly sensitive people (HSPs) better understand how to find careers that match their...
By Dr. Kate Siner Inc
Dr. Kate Siner, CEO of Dr. Kate Siner Inc., was recently seen on NBC, CBS, ABC, and FOX network affiliates around the country as a guest on Success Today with Bob Guiney.
By Train Thin
Scientifically proven method to stop overeating now available in web app
By Get Fit NH
Even coaches were amazed at the challenge's 100% success rate
By Austrian Science Fund FWF
Funded by the Austrian Science Fund FWF, the "Vienna Institutional Abuse Study" is the first to investigate the psychological long-term consequences of institutional abuse and violence.
By My Clients Notes, LLC
My Client Notes new Telehealth mobile and web platform will include an upgraded Nuance Dragon Speech software that will pair with Windows-based Behavior Health billing software.
By Liquid Learning
Applying Psychology-Founded Tools and Strategies to Cultivate Sustainable Cultural, Attitudinal and Behavioural Change for Optimal Safety Performance and Organisational Resilience.
By Energy Psychology Press
Increasing numbers of Christians are turning to psychotherapy to address mental health problems such as anxiety and depression, according to Sherrie Rice Smith, a nurse and the author of the book Emotional Freedom Techniques (EFT) for Christians.
By Global Creativity Network
A body of knowledge no one knew or thought existed provides first-of-their-kind tools for engaging the largest number in the shortest time in tackling the dreadful “evolution-or-extinction” situation the world is facing.
By Global Creativity Network
Just as "one chimpanzee is no chimpanzee," the solo genius is a fallacy.
By Global Creativity Network
The alarming incidence of depression and related psychological problems around the world might be indication of the inability of the vast majority of people to recognize and to engage their creative abilities in meaningful and significant actions.
By Global Creativity Network
If we seriously hope to resolve the global epidemic of meaninglessness that is ruining the lives and destinies of countless millions, what is needed is a social-economic-political system that enables all people to find and to live their Life Purpose.

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