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Archives for: December 5th, 2019

Concerns About Colleagues: Re-envisioning Our Ethical Responsibility

Written by wisnet-ad on December 5, 2019

Psychologists bring concerns about their colleagues to the attention of Colleague Assistance Committees and State Ethics Committees on a regular basis. In fact, there is a well-established literature and a variety of resources that describe for us, in great detail, how psychologists can (and should) approach a colleague about whom they have concerns (e.g., O’Connor, […]

Gifted Children and Adults—Neglected Areas of Practice

Written by wisnet-ad on December 5, 2019

Working with gifted and talented children and their families and with gifted adults is a neglected area of practice for psychologists. Two widespread myths among educators, pediatricians, and psychologists, is that gifted children and adults are quite rare, and that bright minds have few issues and seldom need special help. In fact, gifted children and […]

The Return of Psychosocial Relevance in a Biochemical Age

Written by wisnet-ad on December 5, 2019

The idea that medications hold the key to repairing all manner of psychological and physical discomforts has been around for many decades. The acceptance of this idea has been reflected in steady, consistent sales data. For example, between 1960 and 1980 the sale of prescription drugs remained at a relatively stable percentage of the United […]

Addressing Sleep Disorders in Service Members and Veterans

Written by wisnet-ad on December 5, 2019

Sergeant John Evertired is a 32 year-old married Caucasian male in the Army National Guard. He is a Construction Engineer on duty and works for a highway and bridge construction company as a civilian. Sgt. Evertired previously served four years on Active Duty in the Army during which he had one deployment to Iraq in […]

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