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Seasonal Depression: Combating the Holiday Blues

Seasonal Depression: Combating the Holiday Blues

Honoring Them, and Why They Serve

Honoring Them, and Why They Serve

How Organizational Psychologists Benefit Company Culture

How Organizational Psychologists Benefit Company Culture

I’m an Entrepreneur—Do I Really Need to Attend Business School?

I’m an Entrepreneur—Do I Really Need to Attend Business School?

Helping Couples Stay Together: The Task of a Premarital Counselor

Helping Couples Stay Together: The Task of a Premarital Counselor

January 03

What to Consider When Choosing a Mental Health Specialty

Choosing a Mental Health Specialty If you’re studying to become a mental health counselor, psychotherapist, or psychologist, at some point you’ll want to think about specialties. What is a mental health specialty? A mental health specialty is “a particular subject area” in which a provider practices. The specialty influences the education and training you receive, the kind of patients you see, the theories guiding your […]

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December 21

Seasonal Depression: Combating the Holiday Blues

Joy. Cheer. Celebration. Carb-overload. Financial anxiety. Soul-crushing loneliness. The holidays mean different things to different people. While this season is a favorite for many, the sad reality is that millions of Americans suffer from seasonal depression. Seasonal depression, or seasonal affective disorder, is just what it sounds like— a mood disorder that causes symptoms of depression around the same time every year. There are several […]

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December 19

the Difference Between Teaching Elementary and High School Students

Kids will be kids, and that’s a fact. Kids of any age are likely to be tiring, distracting, vexing, and troublesome. That doesn’t mean, however, that you won’t find a teaching career to be the most fulfilling one you could possibly imagine. One of the best ways to keep the job exciting (and keep you sane) is to make sure you’re teaching the right age […]

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December 19

Top 5 Reasons to Get Your Masters in Clinical Counseling

If helping others and overcoming challenges appeal to you, then earning your Master’s in clinical counseling may be a smart move. Here are five compelling reasons to further your education in this growing field. 1. More Opportunities to Make a Difference The higher level of expertise you have in counseling, the more opportunities you’ll have to work directly with people in need and leave a […]

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December 15

Considering an Education in Clinical Counseling?

If you have an interest in mental health and wellness, you may like working as a clinical counselor. As of 2013, clinical counselors earned a median salary of $72,713. Explore a day in the life of a clinical counselor and the field’s educational requirements to learn more about this career path. What Do Clinical Counselors Do? Clinical counselors provide mental health counseling on the individual, […]

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December 04

CSPP LA and Fresno’s Clinical Psychology Programs receive 7 years re-accreditation by APA

Our Los Angeles Clinical Psychology Ph.D. and  Fresno Clinical Psychology Psy.D. Programs were recently re-accredited for a Seven-year term by the American Psychological Association (APA), the maximum tenure available at time of accreditation, and the highest degree of confidence that APA could afford a program. For more information APA accreditation, please visit www.apa.org/ed/accreditation. Questions related to the program’s accredited status should be directed to: Commission […]

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December 04

CSPP San Francisco Clinical Psychology Program’s 2017 APA-internship match rate was 94%

  Congratulations to our San Francisco Clinical Psychology Students, 94% have obtained an APA- accredited internship.   Internship matches: Southwest Consortium/NMVAHCS Albuquerque, NM General Track Program Code: 143711   Wellspan Behavioral Health York, PA Psychology Internship Program Code: 216411   University of California – Santa Cruz Santa Cruz, CA Psychology Internship Program Code: 116111   Howard University-Counseling Service Washington, DC Psychology Internship Program Code: 119111 […]

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December 04

CSPP Fresno: Home to Leading Clinical Forensic Psychology Training

Clinical Forensic Psychology is a fast-growing field. Clinical psychologists practice in many forensic settings and often this occurs while working with the criminal population. Additionally, the field of forensic psychology includes a number of clinical services provided to clients who have non-criminal contact with the legal system. These include divorce, custody mediation, workers compensation and disability evaluations, adoption, and many others. The Clinical Forensic Psychology […]

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November 09

Advice for Being in a Relationship with a Non-Therapist

As a therapist, you are uniquely skilled to help clients with a number problems, including their relationships. But, does having a day job that involves offering advice about someone else’s relationship troubles make you the authority in your own relationships? Not exactly. Many Marriage and Family Therapists (MFTs) encounter common hurdles in their own relationships that come as hazards of the trade. Some therapeutic skills […]

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