Posted on March 18, 2014
What do we know about aging and the way that it affects our society? In this video interview, Michael Faber and Drs. Robert Riekse and Henry Holstege discuss Introduction to Aging: A Positive, Interdisciplinary Approach, and some important trends, narratives, and research that should be considered in understanding gerontology.
Older Adults and Work
Posted on March 13, 2014
The PROSE Awards have been bestowed annually to the best books, journals, and electronic content in professional and scholarly publishing in more than 40 categories since 1976. Introduction to Aboriginal Health and Health Care in Canada, written by Dr. Vasiliki Douglas, was the recipient of the 2013 PROSE Award in the Nursing & Allied Health Sciences category. In this...
Posted on February 28, 2014
Psychotherapy has helped millions of Americans overcome their emotional and behavioral problems. Experts believe unified psychotherapy, which draws from all of the major psychotherapeutic paradigms, can significantly improve patient outcomes. Dr. Jack Anchin, PhD, co-author of Unifying Psychotherapy: Principles, Methods, and Evidence from Clinical Science, talks about unified psychotherapy as the next wave in...
Posted on February 26, 2014
Internalized oppression describes the psychological burden members of marginalized groups feel after a history of suffering discrimination and injustice. Dr. E.J.R. David, PhD, editor of Internalized Oppression The Psychology of Marginalized Groups, discusses his experience with internalized oppression and community programs that help people dealing with internalized oppression.
Posted on February 25, 2014
Millions of Americans suffer from depression each year. Dr. C. Emily Durbin, PhD, author of Depression 101, discusses popular misconceptions about depression, rate of depression diagnosis, and her thoughts on the new DSM-5 guidelines for depression.
Misconceptions of Depression