• September 28, 2021

How to find a better therapist in Georgia

How do you find the right therapist for your specific needs?With the Georgia Bulldogs, a small town is finding out how to better support its young football players.Georgia has seen an explosion in football since the arrival of Georgia State, with football teams dominating the state and its population is expected to increase by as…

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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 help someone in need

It’s hard to imagine anyone looking forward to a trip to the dentist with a headache and feeling more alone than a psychologist at Athens Ga, who has worked in the health sector for almost 20 years.I’m on my first tour in a year and I’ve been working with people who have been in a…

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How to be Christian, but not Christian at the same time

How can a Christian be a psychologist, but still be a counselor?Psychologist and psychologist vs. counselor.It’s the latest debate raging in Australia’s psychology community.Psychologist David Grieve was recently appointed by the Prime Minister, Malcolm Turnbull, to oversee the National Mental Health Strategy, which was released last month.Grieve is the head of the National Psychology Service…

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Memphis Titans’ Dr. Robert Jones paid $300K in severance and stock compensation

Memphis, Tenn.— A Tennessee-based psychologist who worked for the Tennessee Titans said Thursday that she was paid $400,000 severance for 2016 and 2017, plus stock options and a $2 million cash bonus, as she worked on the team’s medical staff.Dr. Robert F. Jones, director of the Memphis-based Division of Child and Adolescent Psychology at the…

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Analyst John Garcia says ‘It was just a game’ for him as he enters ‘precocious’ age of 70

The Atlanta Braves’ John Garces is heading into a new era as an analyst.The 40-year-old baseball expert is the third-highest paid baseball analyst in the league, earning $1.2 million per season.But Garces has always maintained that he’s not looking to be a star, and his focus is simply on making the best use of his…

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