• December 1, 2021

How to pay your professional psychologist for $3,000

With salaries at $3.3 million and rising, clinical psychologists have become the top earners in America, but with a few big changes in the workplace.With some changes in how we pay our professional psychologists, and more of an emphasis on education and skill development, the pay of a clinical psychologist is expected to rise to…

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How to find a psychologist with expertise in the field of ADHD

You’re not just searching for a therapist who specializes in ADHD.There’s a good chance you’ll find one who can help you with all of the common psychological problems associated with ADHD, including anxiety, depression, anger, insomnia, and eating disorders.And you can do it without having to pay hundreds of dollars for a single session.In this…

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The best place to get professional help for your child’s ADHD with this one-stop shop

How much do you know about ADHD?The best resources for parents to get advice and information on the condition are all online, but they’re not always easy to find and often are not free.But if you’re one of the many parents in the U.S. that are struggling with your child, it’s worth it to try…

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When depression is treated with antidepressant drugs, symptoms fade

The symptoms of depression can fade after several weeks, but symptoms can last up to two years.A new study in the journal Depression Research and Treatment has found that people with major depression, especially those who have been on antidepressant medication for years, have a longer recovery time.The study, published in the Journal of the…

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Psychology graduate pays $1.3M, leaves school

The psychology graduate has been awarded more than $1 million in compensation after leaving the University of Adelaide.The compensation is a major blow to the school, where many psychologists work under the banner of an annual salary of $1,400,000.The graduate has just one year left at the school before she must apply for a new…

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How to be a ‘psychologist’ in Canada

More than 50 per cent of students in Ontario, Quebec and Atlantic Canada are expected to graduate from high school this year.But that number is still a far cry from the 40 per cent mark that the provinces had when they opened up the curriculum in 2006.So, how do students do?The University of Toronto’s Department…

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‘It’s all about the money’: What’s going on with the healthcare sector in NYC?

New York City, NY — November 22, 2017 — New York, NY– It’s not all about money.For all the new technologies that are transforming the way people do their jobs, a major issue facing many healthcare professionals in New York is a shortage of qualified therapists and a lack of training, according to a survey…

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Psychiatrists say school psychologist degree is no longer a path to professional success

Orange County, Calif.— Psychiatrists are voicing strong opinions about whether the profession can remain a viable career path for those who want to become certified as psychologists.The American Psychological Association says that while there are some benefits to pursuing a career in psychology, the profession is no more a surefire path to the professional and…

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A ‘psychiatric’ cartoon about anorexia

A cartoon about a woman who was forced to eat her own feces in an attempt to survive the severe psychological and physical torture she suffered from eating disorders is getting a lot of attention in the United States.The cartoon shows a woman in her 20s who has anorexic tendencies and uses her fingers and…

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How to get licensed psychologist jobs in the US

Licensed psychologists are an essential service in the care of people with mental health conditions.But they are also an important part of the US mental health system.The US Department of Justice estimates that there are over 6,500 licensed psychologists in the country, many of whom are not licensed in any other jurisdiction.It’s not clear how…

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