Articles Tagged "psychotherapy articles"

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Jul 8, 2024

Enhancing Psychology’s Public Policy/ Political Presence Reflecting upon the APA/APA Services’ Grassroots Fly-In, Katherine McGuire, APA’s Chief Advocacy Officer, noted: “We were thrilled to host 70 psychologists representing over 40 states during our June Fly-In, Advancing Health Equity Across the Lifespan in Washington, D.C.  Participants included Federal Advocacy Coordinators (FACs) and Directors of Professional Affairs (DPAs) from […]

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Jul 8, 2024

Happy Summer SAP! I hope warmer weather and long, sunny days have been on your calendar. Summer can mean a lightened workload, more time with loved ones, or a conclusion to the academic year. Given the American Psychological Association’s annual conference on the horizon, the importance of collegial relationships within the mental health community has […]

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Jun 26, 2024

In a world still reeling from the pandemic’s disruption, a beacon of hope shines brightly in the realm of special education. Educational robotics, once a futuristic dream, is now a life-changing reality, offering exceptional children a lifeline amidst the challenges of isolation and disrupted learning. These are not just machines; they are artificial intelligence (AI) […]

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Jun 25, 2024

The strength of a profession lies in its ethical foundations. Yet, students often enter graduate study with misconceptions about professional ethics, and some practicing psychologists may still hold these beliefs. These misconceptions include the notion that ethics is only about following one’s personal beliefs or adhering to laws or codes, ethical infractions are made only […]

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Jun 25, 2024

There has been a recent question in American Psychological Association’s (APA) Monitor on Psychology asking, “Can religion and spirituality have a place in therapy?” (Abrams, 2023). APA’s 2023 President Thema Bryant, PhD, and other mental health professionals believe religion and spirituality have a place in psychotherapy and also agree that clinicians should receive training in […]

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The increasing influence and widespread use of artificial intelligence (AI) have prompted extensive discussions on its transformative potential and have raised numerous questions about its economic, political, social, and ethical implications. Academic institutions, regulatory bodies, the media, and the public are actively engaging in debates regarding AI’s impact on various aspects of society. Topics under […]

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May 27, 2024

For the past year and a half, I have been sitting in on Supervision of Supervision (Sup-of-Sup) meetings led by Alex Vaz and Tony Rousmaniere as part of their one-year Deliberate Practice Supervision Residency Program at Sentio Counseling Center. Initially, I planned to attend just one or two online meetings but after the first meeting, […]

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May 19, 2024

It was in 2017 when I started to teach English to a group of refugees in the UK and became aware of the immense difficulties they faced in their lives. Many of them openly discussed the dangerous journeys they undertook to arrive in the UK. Several of these individuals had experienced or witnessed their boats […]

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May 19, 2024

Ancient Indian Psychology India, a land steeped in diversity, has a rich heritage encompassing various cultures, religions, beliefs, and traditions. From science, metaphysics, and astronomy to literature, art, and politics, this country has made substantial contributions to human knowledge. Beyond the more well-known domains, ancient Indian psychology stands out. Intricately woven with spirituality and devotion […]

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May 14, 2024

Wilson T.: Hey ChatGPT, write an introductory paragraph for a paper on using artificial intelligence to help write psychotherapy research articles. Write it in the style of the Society for Psychotherapy Research’s newsletter, “Psychotherapy Bulletin.” ChatGPT: In the dynamic realm of psychotherapy research, the emergence of artificial intelligence (AI) as a tool for assisting in […]