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Developing Your Child’s Emotional Quotient: The Value of Emotional Intelligence by Dr. Sandra Wartski

Posted by on Jul 14, 2014 in Anger Management, Antisocial Personality, Autism Spectrum, Bullying, Caregiving, Depression, Learning Challenges, Marriage & Family, Parenting, School Concerns, The Wire |

High intelligence, academic success, and intense curiosity are admirable, but happiness and success in our complicated world also depends upon well-developed social and emotional skills as well. It is these skills which allow children to become happier, more confident…

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Today’s Library System: A Modern Social Space

Posted by on Jul 11, 2014 in Addiction, Bullying, Career Issues, Caregiving, Chronic Pain, Culture & Society, Depression, Learning Challenges, Marriage & Family, Parenting, School Concerns, The Wire |

Today’s library system offers a new social support forum and is no longer the quietest building in town. Now, it serves as a lively information gateway for all topics in all types of media (books, magazines, online material, DVDs, etc.) without the nominal purchase fee required by a local coffee shop or bookstore.

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Psychologist Spotlight Blog: Bridging the Confidence Gap, Why Anxiety and Courage Matter by Dr. Alicia H. Clark

Posted by on Jul 8, 2014 in Anger Management, Anxiety, Bipolar Mood Swings, Building Resilience, Career Issues, Psychologist Spotlight, The Wire, Women’s Health |

“I am woman – Hear. Me. Roar.” Many have heard this phrase from Helen Reddy’s 1972 hit. These six words cut to a matter of utmost concern in modern culture today: women’s confidence. “I Am Woman” was an anthem for female empowerment over forty years ago, yet today there is increasing focus on women’s lack of self-confidence.

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A Look at Psychological Assessments

Posted by on Jul 3, 2014 in Obsessive Compulsive, Paranoia, Parenting, Phobias, The Wire |

Many people find the phrase “psychological assessment” intimidating or confusing. This is because these types of assessments, which are often called psychological tests or batteries, can take many shapes and forms. But what kinds of information do these tests provide? What types of assessments are there and what are they used for?

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