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.
Harvey Weinstein: The Confluence of Power and Sexual Harassment. A Q&A with Professor Thema Bryant-Davis
As allegations mount against a Hollywood mogul, Pepperdine psychology professor Thema Bryant-Davis discusses power dynamics and sexual harassment
Child advocates and those who work in adoption say that in order to prepare children to handle racial trauma, adoptive parents must help them develop a strong sense of racial identity. Tony Hynes shares his experience with racial profiling and how his white adoptive mother’s response to an act of discrimination can serve as a model for other parents.
The threat of deportation and family separation is a constant source of anxiety in immigrant communities, especially given the recent news that the Trump administration will begin phasing out the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program, leaving behind nearly 800,000 undocumented immigrants.