Media

September 10, 2018

World Suicide Prevention Day

Monday, September 10 is World Suicide Prevention Day. Occasions such as this are a good time to stop, reflect, and take in why days of awareness […]
September 8, 2018

The Role of Depression, Anxiety, and Sleep in Resiliency and PTSS: One’s Study’s Look at the Problem

By Kenny Luck, M.A., A.B.D. (Doctoral Candidate) Individuals who repeatedly encounter stressful situations and traumatic events may be at risk for developing post-traumatic stress symptoms (PTSS). […]
September 6, 2018

Understanding Consciousness: How the Brain Works to Make Us Self-Aware

When someone brings up the term “consciousness,” I have the tendency to roll my eyes and change the subject. After all, who has the patience to […]
July 23, 2018

Group Mentality and Conflict

In his 2015 book, “Pavlov’s Dogs: Groundbreaking Experiments in Psychology,” author Adam Hart-Davis poses this question in the beginning of a chapter that discusses group conflict: […]
May 31, 2018

How Mental Health Professionals Should Handle Lesbian Partner Abuse: A Look at the Research

How Mental Health Professionals Should Handle Lesbian Partner Abuse: A Look at the Research By Kenny Luck, M.A., A.B.D. (Ph.D. Candidate) According to research over the […]
May 12, 2018

The Art of “Thank You”: Expressing Gratitude in Today’s High-Tech Environment

The Art of “Thank You”: Expressing Gratitude in Today’s High-Tech Environment Since the dawn of the so-called “internet” or “digital” age, some quiet voices have been […]
May 7, 2018

A Primer on Gestalt Psychology: Looking at Parts of a Whole

How does human perception work? Certainly one could provide a biological account of the anatomy of the human eye and it’s component parts. But that’s not […]
April 27, 2018

What I’ve learned from Therapy: A Personal View of the Benefits of Talk Therapy

Although I haven’t been to a therapist in more than five years, I spent many years on the couch talking to a therapist and working out […]
April 3, 2018

Experiments that Changed Psychology

Any science outside of physics (including “hard sciences” such as biology and chemistry as well as “soft sciences” such as psychology and sociology) sometimes suffer from […]
April 3, 2018

Minors’ Ability to Give Informed Consent: Identifying Risks and Benefits to Psychotherapy

An important question that has arisen over the decades is: What is the ability of minors to give informed consent to receive psychotherapy treatment? Research exploring […]
March 22, 2018

Assessing the Professional Identity of School Counselors

Assessing the Professional Identity of School Counselors In the wake of the Parkland, Fl., school shooting last month, a debate has been raging—among other things—about whether […]
March 6, 2018

Considering Therapy? A Few Items To Consider

Let’s face it: Sometimes life is hard. And sometimes, we all may need help with navigating our way through the messes that life sometimes hands us. […]