There is a stigma against mental illness and it can deter people from seeking treatment.
Dr. Taliba Foster explains how her education helped her forge a career in helping children.
Some employers conduct personality tests before hiring someone. Is that legal?
Penn State alum Cali Estes coaches those with addictions through to reach recovery using the education she learned in school.
That epic Facebook rant you posted last night might have cleared your head, but it could also have a negative effect on anyone who sees it.
Anxiety disorders are treatable. However, many people never seek treatment. They may not realize the severity of their symptoms.
First love…college graduation…first job. Most of us may have made our most important memories by the time we’re 25.
While the barrage of images may keep distant grandparents happy, it’s not yet clear how such a steady diet of self-affirming navel-gazing will affect members of the first truly “smartphone generation.”
Dr. Leon was here to speak with us about the psychology behind New Year’s Resolutions.
Therapist In Philadelphia Credits Continuing Education For Allowing Her To Wear Many Hats For Her Practice
Clinical director shares her journey on becoming a therapist and the degrees she earned to achieve the success she’s had in the field of psychology and social sciences.
Getting older and want to keep your mind sharp? It seems that crossword puzzles and reading just won’t cut it.
According to a report in the journal Pediatrics, intimate partner violence, such as domestic abuse, can stunt the development of a child’s language, social or motor skills.
New research reveals that a person’s attitude towards reproductive and sexual behaviors is far more predictive of how religious they are than their attitude towards things like lying, cheating or stealing.
A fascinating new study shows that similar personality types are so likely to cluster in certain areas of the country that a map of the United States can actually be divided into regions with distinct personalities.
When we think of well-achieved kids, we think of talent and brains. But new research suggests we should think again.