Category Archives: 2007 and earlier

These are articles written in 2007 or before.

Holiday Bill of Rights

By the American Psychological Association 1. You have the right to say TIME OUT, anytime you need to. Time out to let up, blow a little steam, step away from the holidays, have a “huddle” time and start over. 2. … Continue reading

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Emotional Eating During The Holiday Season

By Andrea Schrage, MA, LAPC,CMT and Molly Keeton, Ph.D. The holidays are an emotional time and often a time of overeating. As family and friends come together, food is often the focus of celebrations. Below are some tips to think … Continue reading

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Choosing A Career That’s Right For You

by Molly Keeton, PhD When making a career choice, you must have knowledge of both yourself and the world of work. When you allow for exploration of both of these areas, you will be more likely to make an informed … Continue reading

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Using the Soaps to Explore Your Unconscious

by Claire N. Scott, Ph.D. Using soap operas (or movies or books) to learn about the contents of your unconscious mind is not as bizarre an idea as it first may sound. We all probably can appreciate the fact that … Continue reading

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The Coming Out Stages

by Micky O’Leary, PhD The coming out process is best described as the internal and external experiences which accompany a person’s recognition of, or shift in, their sexual orientation. Researchers who have studied the coming out process have identified stages … Continue reading

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