Local Expert's New Tool Is Helping Educators With Students At RiskShe admits it's extra work for school workers, but it can keep kids safe.
Psychology Professor Advocates For Self-Directing And Prioritizing“Learning how to prioritize and how to self-direct also are incredibly important. There are so many things to do in a day, you need to determine what truly needs to be done and make sure it actually gets done,” says Dr. Buskirk-Cohen.
Psychologist Suggests Couples Put Together Notoriously Complicated Furniture To Improve CommunicationIKEA inspired the idea for “task therapy.”
Eating Disorders Not Necessarily About WeightIn most cases, eating disorders go unnoticed for prolonged periods of time.
Rich Zeoli Talks To Temple Psychologist About Teenage Brain Development
Anorexia And Bulimia May Be More Than Psychological DisorderIn addition to the psychological disorders that lead to anorexia or bulimia, research indicates genetics and discrete biochemical signals may play an active role.
Eating Disorders Need Psychological HelpA major point to understand about eating disorders is that they are psychological problems.
Study: Your Obsession With Your Smartphone Is Hurting Your RelationshipSmartphones have officially become the third wheel in many relationships.
Stressful Home Life Can Make You SickStressful family situations can lead to elevated levels of stress hormones and the future development of health problems.
Stigma Surrounding Mental Illness Limits TreatmentThere is a stigma against mental illness and it can deter people from seeking treatment.
Philly Doctor Builds Career By Helping ChildrenDr. Taliba Foster explains how her education helped her forge a career in helping children.
Can Potential Employer Require Personality Test?Some employers conduct personality tests before hiring someone. Is that legal?
Addiction Therapist Finds Teaching Continuing Education Courses In Philadelphia Very RewardingPenn State alum Cali Estes coaches those with addictions through to reach recovery using the education she learned in school.
Woke Up On The Wrong Side Of The Bed? Don't Post About It On Social Media 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.
Understanding AnxietyAnxiety disorders are treatable. However, many people never seek treatment. They may not realize the severity of their symptoms.