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The APA’s Guidelines For The Psychological Practice With Boy & Men Acknowledge The Impact Of Toxic Masculinity By EMMA MCGOWAN Jan 29, 2019

The APA’s Guidelines For The Psychological Practice With Boy & Men Acknowledge The Impact Of Toxic Masculinity By EMMA MCGOWAN Jan 29, 2019 The American Psychological Association (APA) creates guidelines for how psychologists should work with specific groups of patients. They have a document for women and girls; one for transgender and gender-nonconforming patients; one for older adults;… Read More The APA’s Guidelines For The Psychological Practice With Boy & Men Acknowledge The Impact Of Toxic Masculinity By EMMA MCGOWAN Jan 29, 2019

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5 Things Suicide Loss Survivors Should Know — from Someone Who’s Attempted by Sam Dylan Finch on March 8, 2019

5 Things Suicide Loss Survivors Should Know — from Someone Who’s Attempted by Sam Dylan Finch on March 8, 2019 How we see the world shapes who we choose to be — and sharing compelling experiences can frame the way we treat each other, for the better. This is a powerful perspective. It was a… Read More 5 Things Suicide Loss Survivors Should Know — from Someone Who’s Attempted by Sam Dylan Finch on March 8, 2019

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Boys need better access to mental health care. Why aren’t they getting it? By Julie Compton 12/15/18

Boys need better access to mental health care. Why aren’t they getting it? “If you can’t turn to someone in your life and say how you are really feeling, then you’re only going to end up hurting yourself somehow down the road.” Dec. 15, 2018 / 12:10 PM EST By Julie Compton Throughout high school, Alexander… Read More Boys need better access to mental health care. Why aren’t they getting it? By Julie Compton 12/15/18

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The Latest Way to Conquer Social Anxiety Uses a New Mindset, By: Susan Krauss Whitbourne Ph.D., [psychologytoday.com], Two Paths Integrative Wellness LLC, Farmington Hills, MI 48334

A new study suggests putting a ban on the thoughts that heighten social anxiety. Posted Oct 20, 2018 You’ve been invited to a dinner with people you don’t know very well. The boss has put you on a guest list intended to wine and dine new customers, or a friend has asked you to attend… Read More The Latest Way to Conquer Social Anxiety Uses a New Mindset, By: Susan Krauss Whitbourne Ph.D., [psychologytoday.com], Two Paths Integrative Wellness LLC, Farmington Hills, MI 48334

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Meet the Real Narcissists (They’re Not What You Think) By Rebecca Webber {Psychology Today}, Two Paths Integrative Wellness, Farmington Hills, MI 48334

Meet the Real Narcissists (They’re Not What You Think) The label is everywhere, but it’s widely misused to describe anyone who offends us. The truth? A little narcissism is good for you. Even for those high in the trait, it’s not all about vanity—new research may be uncovering a connection to depression. By Rebecca Webber, published September 5,… Read More Meet the Real Narcissists (They’re Not What You Think) By Rebecca Webber {Psychology Today}, Two Paths Integrative Wellness, Farmington Hills, MI 48334

Book Recommendations

Book of the Month: Living a Health Life with Chronic Conditions by Lorig, K., Sobel, D., Gonzalez, V., & Minor, M. (2006)

Therapist’s Pick/Book of the Month By Dawn Krull MA, MS, TLLP Theme: Chronic Conditions There’s more to living with a chronic health condition than taking pills and seeing doctors. Many individuals facing a challenging diagnosis often have co-occurring conditions or mental health issues such as depression and anxiety. The chronic condition may also have an… Read More Book of the Month: Living a Health Life with Chronic Conditions by Lorig, K., Sobel, D., Gonzalez, V., & Minor, M. (2006)