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Posted on June 11, 2018 by Scott Sells | 0 comments
In the wake of the Santa Fe Shooting, we are likely to respond with the same blame focus as with the ...
Posted on April 9, 2018 by William Rosa | 0 comments
What is the embodiment of a caring nature? This question reverberates, again and again. Can one be taught to care? If the answer is no, then why waste our energy? Why make the effort? History has shown us repeated examples of the sowing and reaping of ethical values. Put quite simply, if a child is taught anger and hatred then that will be how they engage the face of another; if they learn selfishness and self-preservation at the cost of another’s well-being, then they will know this equation...
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Posted on January 2, 2018 by Springer Publishing | 0 comments
Springer Publishing Company is honored to announce that the American Journal of Nursing has chosen ten of its titles as winners of the 2017 American Journal of Nursing (AJN) Book of the Year Awards. "Our company and authors are dedicated to delivering new and innovative products that keep pace with the markets we serve," said Mary Gatsch, CEO of Springer Publishing Company. "We are grateful for this recognition and to our customers who inspire and inform our unique position...
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Posted on December 7, 2017 by James B. Allen PhD | 0 comments
Dr. Jim Allen discusses his new book on the psychology of happiness with a local NPR host in this podcast. Although Dr. Allen's book covers the full range of topics within positive psychology, this discussion centers on economic factors that influence happiness: how much money do we really need to be happy? Does economic growth reliably increase happiness? What happens when individuals are...
Posted in: Psychology
Posted on November 21, 2017 by Dr. Stephen Dansiger | 1 comment
My coauthor Jamie Marich and I came to collaborate on our book through a yin yang circle of EMDR therapy and mindfulness. While Jamie came to mindfulness through EMDR therapy, my journey started with mindfulness. In 1989 my drinking and drug use had long been a problem. It had resulted in many losses in career, relationship and social bonds. As early as 1987, I began to try to stop that train, but didn’t have any clear path toward resources that might have helped, so I relapsed on a regular...
Posted in: Psychology