Month: February 24, 2015

Finding Meaning in Life

In the aftermath of the Second World War, a pivotal work of psychology emerged. Written by a survivor of the Auschwitz death camp, “Man’s Search for Meaning” details the harsh and brutal conditions its author, Viktor Frankl, had to endure as a camp prisoner. More than a holocaust memoir, “Man’s Search for Meaning” goes further: it […]

Emotional Intelligence: Key to Success

For decades, standard conceptions of “intelligence” have been called into question by psychologists and academic researchers alike. It wasn’t until recently—in the 1970s, 1980s and 1990s—that broader, more encompassing conceptions of intelligence have emerged. Since then, discussing intelligence in general appears like a fool’s errand because the term can now include emotional intelligence, social intelligence […]

Coat and Blanket Drive Underway

John G. Kuna, Psy.D. & Associates is now accepting unused coats and blankets to benefit families throughout NEPA. Donations will be distributed to Keystone Rescue Mission Alliance. Beginning this week until February 28, 2015, items can be dropped off at any our following locations: Your generosity is much appreciated! Please see the following flyer for drop […]

Practice News and Updates

Please join me in welcoming the newest member to our team: Jill Majeski, M.A. Also keep an eye out for our own Sara Grier, LCSW, CCTP on PA Live February 4th to discuss trauma, Verterans issues, and the controversial new movie, “American Sniper.” Finally, JGK/A is currently hiring a blogger. If you, or someone you know is […]