• August 30, 2021

When you are ‘right’ for a job, are you a ‘right fit’

As a psychologist, it is your job to make sure that the right fit is being made for you.This is an important part of your job and you will need to ensure that you are prepared for it.It’s a very different type of job and can be challenging.If you want to be a psychologist you…

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Psychologists: It’s time to start thinking like doctors

The first job you can get a job in the field of psychotherapy is to teach your students how to think like a psychiatrist.As you learn to write, speak, read, and act like a doctor, your skills will grow and you’ll have more confidence in your own mental abilities.But that doesn’t mean you have to…

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How to Become a Psychological Meme in 2017

A video posted by Akshay Thakur (@ashkthakur) on Aug 6, 2017 at 1:12pm PDT Akshaya Thakurs video, “Psychology Memes: The Art of Becoming a Psychological Phenomenon,” is now available on YouTube.The documentary, based on a TED talk, tells the story of a young Indian psychology student named Akshya who is working to become a meme,…

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Which Psychiatrists are the Best at Psychotherapy?

By now, most of us are familiar with the story of the young man who had the mental capacity to think like a teenager.In 1885, Dr. James Watson of Cambridge University wrote the first successful description of human thought.He showed that, for instance, the ability to form abstract ideas about what a person is thinking…

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Which state has the highest percentage of parents with no medical degree?

By JOHN DAVENPORT, Associated Press A new national survey found that while about a quarter of parents who have a bachelor’s degree are in the workforce, fewer than half of parents earning at least a master’s degree earn that credential.The survey, by the National Bureau of Economic Research, asked 1,096 adults who had graduated from…

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‘I was the biggest’ victim of domestic violence in Britain

More than a quarter of women and one in 10 men say they have been the victim of a domestic violence incident in the last 12 months, according to a survey commissioned by a charity.The findings of the new domestic violence charity, Women Against Violence, will be unveiled on Monday as part of a new…

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Which psychiatrists prescribe medication to treat depression? | AP

The practice of prescribing medications to treat mental illness is growing in popularity.A growing number of states and the federal government are allowing psychiatrists to prescribe antidepressants to patients.They’re also becoming increasingly popular for patients who aren’t seeking treatment or for people who are experiencing major depression or other mental health problems.The American Psychiatric Association…

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Football Italy: Luka Modric’s future unclear

Luka Doncic is a great player, but his future at Juventus is still uncertain.The midfielder has played his entire career at the Stadio Olimpico, but has had to abandon his club to return to Italy.He joined the Nerazzurri as a 16-year-old, but was not selected for the start of the season.A medical later confirmed the…

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What you need to know about a new school psychologist

Indiana’s Department of Health has hired a psychologist who specializes in psychological assessments, a move that’s likely to lead to a surge in the number of psychologists in the state.A spokesperson for the Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services said in a statement that Dr. Robert R. Hensley will join the department’s mental health…

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Psychological Career Paths for Adults and Kids

The following article is by the editor of Psychology Today.The title “The Future of Child Psychology: An Open Letter to the Parents and Teachers of Our Future Generations” is written by the author, and is published by Psychology Today with permission.The opinions expressed are solely those of the author.To see all the articles in our…

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