Monthly Archive for: ‘2 years ago’
A Living Journal: The Future of Professional Psychology
Editorial Vision of The Future of Professional Psychology (Digital Journal in The Library of Professional Psychology) The Static …
The Living Books: Ash Point Publishing
Editorial Vision of Ash Point Publishing The Static Book Traditionally books were published in print form and distributed, read and …
Guided Meditation Track can be found here Welcome to the Tree Meditation. Sit comfortably on the floor or in a chair. …
The Perfect Storm: Virus, Violence and Dysfunction
We have discovered that there might be a “perfect storm” operating at the point when these three systems interact. Pandemic virus meets race riot/police abuse meets government ineffectiveness.
The Assumptive Worlds of Psychopathy VII: Clinical Diagnosis and DSM
It is in the basic act of diagnosing and categorizing the psychopathy of a client seeking treatment that not only the nature of treatment is being determined), but also the length of treatment and role played by other professionals are determined. We are referring specifically to the critical role played by the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders
Love Lingers Here: Enduring Intimate Relationships VII. The Marker Event—Establishing A Commitment as A Couple
It is critical to know and understand the circumstances and sequence of events associated with the decision of two people to become a couple. The defining moment in the life of a couple is critical as a way of defining an orienting difference.
Leading into the Future VIII: Language and Segmentalism
We are moving from a world that uses metaphors of sight (“having a vision of a future world,” “imagining an alternative”) to metaphors of speech (“finding one’s voice,” “telling one’s own story”). We are in a world where language has itself become reality and where globalization competing with a pull toward segmentalism.
Polarization in the World of COVID-19
During times of great crisis, people are supposed to come together and set aside their “petty” differences to confront a …
Issue One: Professional Psychology and the COVID-19 Crisis
Professional psychology’s future might be as much in the domain of physical health as it is in the business of mental health.