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    American Psychological Association Urges Congress to Reject President’s Proposed Budget

    The American Psychological Association expressed serious concerns regarding deep cuts in the president’s proposed fiscal year 2018 budget that the organization says will curtail advances in research and education while threatening the health, well-being and competitiveness of our nation. “The APA is strongly opposed to the harsh cuts to vital domestic programs in the administration’s […]

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    Alzheimer’s Foundation of America Celebrates World Social Work Day

    Today is World Social Work Day, a time to honor social workers and recognize the contributions they bring to society.  As social workers play an instrumental role in the health and improved quality of life of individuals with dementia, the Alzheimer’s Foundation of America (AFA) is offering a special discount, throughout the month of March, […]

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    6 Ways to Deal with Different Emotional Conditions

    Outrage is an intense feeling. On the off chance that it isn’t taken care of fittingly, it might have disastrous outcomes for you and those nearest to you. Uncontrolled outrage can prompt to contentions, physical battles, altercations, strike and self-hurt. Then again, very much oversaw outrage can be a valuable feeling that persuades you to […]

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    Wading into Action at the Intersections, The Case for Bresha Meadows

    On July 18th, 2016, 14 year old Bresha Meadows was arrested for shooting her abusive father in the head, and she is currently awaiting trial for aggravated murder. Bresha Meadows continues to plead “not true” (the juvenile court’s version of “not guilty”) to the charge of aggravated murder. Although, it is a plea attached to […]