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Change to Medicare Subsidy Arrangement for Psychological Services

Psychological Health Care

This means the number of Medicare subsidised psychology sessions you can claim has dropped from 20 to 10, per calendar year. To find out if the Medicare subsidy change affects you or for any other questions about your visit to Psychological Health Care, please contact our friendly team.

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Whiteness in clinical psychology: how do white female psychologists perceive whiteness?

The Social Care Elf

Humma Andleeb reviews a qualitative paper on deconstructing Whiteness in Clinical Psychology and how White female clinical psychologists perceive whiteness in the profession. The post Whiteness in clinical psychology: how do white female psychologists perceive whiteness?

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Casino Psychology 101: What Makes Casinos Addictive

Gateway Foundation

They don’t… The post Casino Psychology 101: What Makes Casinos Addictive appeared first on Gateway. On the surface, casinos seem like fun places to spend a Saturday night with friends.

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Promoting Psychological Safety Through DEI Principles

Relias

Embracing the principles of diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) best practices is one way to help create this type of psychological safety in your organization. A culture of psychological safety is not achieved overnight. What is psychological safety?

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Why picking up the phone to make a psychology appointment is hard…

Lawson Psychology

The post Why picking up the phone to make a psychology appointment is hard… appeared first on Lawson Clinical Psychology. Uncategorized appointments psychologyThinking about making an appointment with a psychologist? Finding it hard?

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NASW, American Psychological Association filed amicus brief challenging death penalty case of Melissa Lucio

Social Work Blog

The National Association of Social Workers (NASW) and American Psychological Association (APA) on April 18 filed an amicus brief in support of a challenge to the death penalty case of Melissa Lucio, who is scheduled to be executed in Texas on April 27 as a result of a false confession.

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The Healthy Way to Set and Achieve Goals, According to Psychology

Psychological Health Care

Despite the potential for more Covid-variant disruptions and uncertainty, making resolutions based on successful goal setting principles could help deliver a much-needed psychological boost. While the SMART acronym may be well known, psychological researchers have added ER to the rule.

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Tips and Resources for First-Year Graduate Students in Clinical Psychology

Society of Clinical Psychology

I remember entering my first year as graduate student in clinical psychology full of questions: What materials would I need? Therapy: It is essential to take care of our mental health, but as graduate students in clinical psychology, we can face unique obstacles to accessing therapy.

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Psychological suffering at the end of life

Hospice Chaplaincy

PSYCHOLOGICAL SUFFERING is a virtually universal experience for patients at the end of life and their families. Lisa Ling. This Continue Reading. Research

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Toward a Positive Psychology of Immigrants

Society of Clinical Psychology

For the past 60 years, psychological research as a whole has been dominated by the deficit model of psychopathology that centers on disorder, damage, and mental illness. What are the psychological mechanisms linking positive processes with well-being?

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Manual for the Evaluation of Psychological Treatments Using the Tolin Criteria

Society of Clinical Psychology

The SCP Committee on Science and Practice has put together a “Manual for the Evaluation of Psychological Treatments Using the Tolin Criteria.”

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SCP Clinical Psychology Graduate Student Summit RESCHEDULED

Society of Clinical Psychology

Due to limited enrollment, the Clinical Psychology Graduate Student Summit is being rescheduled for the Fall (early October). The post SCP Clinical Psychology Graduate Student Summit RESCHEDULED first appeared on Society of Clinical Psychology. EVENT RESCHEDULED.

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Is “Abnormal Psychology” Really all that Abnormal?

Society of Clinical Psychology

Is “Abnormal Psychology” Really all that Abnormal – a blog post by Jonathan D. Schaefer, a doctoral student of Clinical Psychology at Duke University. abnormal psychology”), and in the stigmatization of individuals who suffer from mental illness.

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Response to Psychological Elements of Palliative Care Series

CAPC

Written response in the Journal of Palliative Medicine about absence of social worker expertise in series of articles. News Bites

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Master of Social Work Versus Master of Psychology

Simmons University

You may be torn between getting a master’s degree in psychology or in social work, and are wondering what each degree can do for you. The post Master of Social Work Versus Master of Psychology appeared first on SC-UMT.

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Andrea Mora PhD student (Social Work & Psychology) Awarded Association of Latina/o Social Work Educators Scholarship

Michigan Social Work

PhD student (Social Work & Psychology) Andrea Mora was awarded a scholarship from the Association of Latina/o Social Work Educators. The scholarship supports the advancement of social work education especially among the Latino population

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Diversity and Anti-Racism Resources from the Yale Psychology Department Clinic

N.A.H

The Psychology Department Clinic at Yale University has created a resource page for issues pertaining to the mental health of minoritized groups, including anti-racism resources.

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Navigating Supervision: Ten Tips for Psychology Graduate Students

Society of Clinical Psychology

With this in mind I sought the collective wisdom of supervisors and supervisees in my program to come up with a list of best practices for supervisees in clinical psychology training. by Jessica Cowan, SCP/ Section 10 Campus Representative.

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Five Tips for Psychology Graduate Students for Talking to Clients About Sex and Sexuality

Society of Clinical Psychology

Talking to clients about sex and sexuality in psychological interventions has been a sensitive topic throughout the history of our field. A survey of clinical psychology, counseling psychology, and doctor of social work programs.

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Why Anyone Can Benefit From Therapy

My Brains Not Broken

mental health mental wellness psychology psychotherapy therapyLike many people, I have a love/hate relationship with therapy.

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Promoting Psychology in the Evolving Healthcare Landscape: Enhancing the Well-Being of Patients, Providers, and Populations

Society of Clinical Psychology

Dr. Nordal, Executive Director of the APA Practice Directorate, gave an address on advocacy and the accessibility of psychology via healthcare systems.

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Can prisoners with mental health problems benefit from psychological therapy? Yes, but health and justice need to be closer friends.

Society of Clinical Psychology

correspondents with a new article in the Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology titled, “Outcomes of Psychological Therapies for Prisoners with Mental Health Problems: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis. Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology , 85 (8), 783–802.

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Overcoming emotional eating with mindful eating

Lawson Psychology

The post Overcoming emotional eating with mindful eating appeared first on Lawson Clinical Psychology. Adult therapy Uncategorized eating food psychology emotional eating food mindful eating over eating

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Why Is It So Hard To Ask For Help When Facing Psychological Distress?

Beautiful Voyager

One interesting question raised by the host JF Lacasse was: why is it so hard, especially for men, to talk about their psychological and emotional challenges, and ask for help? Why would men hide their psychological challenges more than women? Photo by Nathan McDine.

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Understanding the different types of therapy

Lawson Psychology

The post Understanding the different types of therapy appeared first on Lawson Clinical Psychology. Adult therapy Child and Adolescent Mental Health Obsessive Compulsive Disorder Uncategorized

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What Constant Failure Teaches Me About Mental Health

My Brains Not Broken

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Our Favourite Mental Health Podcasts

Blurt It Out

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What is metacognition and what does it have to do with worry and rumination?

Lawson Psychology

appeared first on Lawson Clinical Psychology. The post What is metacognition and what does it have to do with worry and rumination? Adult therapy Child and Adolescent Mental Health Obsessive Compulsive Disorder Uncategorized

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Managing back to school stress

Lawson Psychology

The post Managing back to school stress appeared first on Lawson Clinical Psychology

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COVID-19 lockdowns and school closures: what’s the impact on youth mental health? #CAMHScampfire

The Social Care Elf

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What impact does racism have on the mental health of multiracial people?

The Social Care Elf

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UK woman whose children were removed against their wishes loses appeal

The Guardian

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Parental loss and grief in childhood linked to an increased risk of depression in adulthood #ActiveIngredientsMH

The Social Care Elf

In her debut blog, Lauren Breen summarises a paper relevant to her Active Ingredients project, which seeks to understand the impact that grief reduction interventions can have on reducing anxiety and depression in young people aged 14-24 years.

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Managing back to school stress: part 2

Lawson Psychology

The post Managing back to school stress: part 2 appeared first on Lawson Clinical Psychology. Uncategorized school stress

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‘Did not attend’: what are the barriers to attending initial psychotherapy appointments?

The Social Care Elf

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Why doesn’t parent involvement help treat children with anxiety?

The Social Care Elf

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Anxious intrusive thoughts and how to manage them

Lawson Psychology

The post Anxious intrusive thoughts and how to manage them appeared first on Lawson Clinical Psychology. Adult therapy Child and Adolescent Mental Health Obsessive Compulsive Disorder Uncategorized anxious thoughts Intrusive thoughts Obsessive-compulsive disorder

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Childhood trauma, bullying-victimisation and the mental health of LGBTQ+ individuals

The Social Care Elf

Andie Ashdown and Theophanis Kyriacou review a study from the Netherlands that looks at the links between childhood trauma, bullying-victimization and mental illness in people from sexual minority groups.

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Treatment List Coming Soon!

Society of Clinical Psychology

first appeared on Society of Clinical Psychology. We are working on bringing you some exciting new content, please check back soon! The post Treatment List Coming Soon! Treatment List

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CP:SP Journal Coming Soon!

Society of Clinical Psychology

first appeared on Society of Clinical Psychology. We are working on bringing you some exciting new content, please check back soon! The post CP:SP Journal Coming Soon! Cpsp Journal