Dealing with prejudice is physically and psychologically demanding. But there are tools that we can use to help cope with its negative effects.
Returning to a location where trauma occurred can evoke intense physiological reactions. Learn how some are able to return to those spaces.
When family estrangement occurs, there is emotional baggage that can come with the act of attempting to rebuild a relationship.
People often overlook addictions to common behaviors such as shopping and gaming. But those struggling or in recovery can benefit from support.
When working with communities of color affected by IPV, culture can often be viewed as a barrier to successful intervention. But integrating strong positive cultural values into treatment can create more responsive interventions that better address the unique needs of survivors and prevent partners from engaging in abuse.
Are you interested in attending an Applied Behavior Analysis conference? Learn what ABA conferences have to offer and how to make the most of your experience.
With the right type of support, a child who has attempted suicide and their family can move forward and avert future mental health crises.
Emotional self-regulation skills ensure that kids are able to adapt to stressful situations. Dr. Adel Najdowski shares a lesson on how to help children manage their emotions.
Psychology@Pepperdine, which offers two online psychology degrees from The Graduate School of Education and Psychology at Pepperdine University, is pleased to announce its third degree option, an online Master of Science in Behavioral Psychology. This program provides students with a thorough understanding of how to use techniques based on applied behavior analysis (ABA) to improve behaviors of social significance with clients diagnosed with autism and other developmental disabilities.
Women continue to make an average of 79 cents on the dollar compared to men. But the wage gap likely understates the problem since men still rise higher than women in most companies.