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Psychologist Spotlight

Psychologists are not only dedicated to helping people cope with overwhelming problems and stress, they also engage in ground-breaking research. They have a passion for understanding questions about human behavior. The Psychologist Spotlight features stories, written by psychologists and psychologists-in-training, that reflect their outstanding research and experience in education and practice. Read the blog posts below to gain a better understanding of how psychologists help people everyday.

Confidentiality for Service Members Seeking Therapy by Dr. Titus Hamlett

Confidentiality for Service Members Seeking Therapy by Dr. Titus Hamlett

Psychotherapy can be a rewarding and life changing experience. There are several factors service members and their families should consider when engaging in mental health treatment. This article focuses specifically on how service members can maximize their confidentiality and limit unintended consequences of seeking treatment.

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Psychologist Spotlight: Demystifying Symptoms and Promoting Recovery After a Concussion by Dr. Chand Taneja

Psychologist Spotlight: Demystifying Symptoms and Promoting Recovery After a Concussion by Dr. Chand Taneja

As a neuropsychologist, I am fortunate to be in the position to assist children and adults in their recovery after brain injury by means of educational consultations, neuropsychological evaluations, and research. Mild traumatic brain injuries (TBIs), in other words concussions, are a major public health issue in today’s youth, accounting for nearly 38% of pediatric emergency room visits. Many more go undiagnosed, particularly when there is no loss of consciousness.

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Psychologist Spotlight: Finding Self-Compassion by Dr. Ida Moadab

Psychologist Spotlight: Finding Self-Compassion by Dr. Ida Moadab

While completing a doctoral program in clinical psychology, I found myself providing psychotherapy to a client who felt trapped by her high standards. She attempted to seek perfection across the many roles in her life — at school or work, in her relationships, with her children, and with her possessions.

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