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CSPP at APA Convention 2018

CSPP at APA Convention 2018

The Lasting Psychological Trauma Inflicted at Our Borders

The Lasting Psychological Trauma Inflicted at Our Borders

It Takes A Village: Community Care for Autism

It Takes A Village: Community Care for Autism

The Importance of ‘You’ in University Admissions

The Importance of ‘You’ in University Admissions

Human Trafficking in Our Own Backyard: The Commercial Sexual Exploitation of Children

Human Trafficking in Our Own Backyard: The Commercial Sexual Exploitation of Children

Undergraduate Publications & Presentations

Undergraduate Publications & Presentations

March 07

CSPP at APA Convention 2018

Join us at the 2018 APA Convention in San Francisco August 9-12  Visit our Booth in the Exhibit Hall Stop by our booth #408 in the exhibit hall to say hello! You can pick up your CSPP badge ribbon and other resources and goodies. Let’s Get Social  Follow our social media accounts to receive real-time updates live from the APA Convention: Alliant Facebook Alliant Twitter Alliant LinkedIn Alliant […]

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August 16

Important Teaching Interview Questions You Need to Know

Interviewing for any job is a difficult prospect. There are plenty of ways to sink an interview before it even really starts, be it, dress, attitude, hygiene, punctuality—all of these things can affect the interview process greatly, and we haven’t even gotten to how to answer the questions you’re actually asked. And, when it comes to jobs in the education world, where prospective employees are […]

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August 16

Early Signs of Autism

Recognizing the signs of autism early in a child’s life can make a huge difference in their well-being during the early stages of childhood. Recent research confirms that appropriate screening can determine whether a child is at risk for autism as young as one year, and while every child develops differently, early autism treatment frequently improves outcomes, and often does so dramatically. One of the […]

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August 16

How a Clinical Psychologist can help in Overcoming Procrastination

For many of us, procrastination is easy. I’ll do it later; I’ll do it tomorrow; Next time I’m down there—these are all very common phrases to hear and very easy phrases to say. So, how do you beat procrastination? How do you get yourself motivated to do the things you need to do, and how do you stay motivated when new tasks arise? One way […]

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August 16

Adapting to Change in Today’s Business World

One of the main challenges of running a business is knowing how to manage it, both administratively and personally. It may already be, or may become, difficult to figure out how you need to interact with and manage those in your pay—after all, it’s one thing to balance budgets and work out company logistics, it’s another to try and effectively manage people. If you haven’t […]

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July 25

8 Jobs You Can Do with a Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology

An interest in psychology and studying for a degree in the field comes with a wide range of career opportunities once you graduate and that degree is obtained. Most people are surprised to hear this, and, in fact, a straight-line path from a Bachelor’s degree in psychology or any psychology degree to a psychologist career being the only option is one of the most common […]

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July 13

How to Improve Parent Communication

Today, in schools across the country—from Kindergartens to high schools—there exists an extremely important relationship that doesn’t happen in the classroom, if it even happens in the school itself at all—the relationship between parent and teacher. Although long recognized as important through the decades upon decades of PTA meetings, fundraisers, sports, and other points of contact, the way in which the parent/teacher relationship operates has […]

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July 13

Social Media and its Effects on Mental Health

Social media is everywhere—has been for a long time now. The whole world now can be viewed through the lens of social media. Between every business asking you to Like or Follow them, to every TV show, band, and film encouraging you to Tweet, post, and share their content, or even just the commonplace inundation of the thoughts and feelings of our friends and family, […]

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July 13

There is a World-Wide Demand for TESOL Teachers

As of 2017, 1.75 Billion people speak English worldwide—and that number has grown since then and is expected to continue to grow well into the next decade. 1.75 Billion. Almost a quarter of the global population already, and more are being added to that total every day, which is expected to finally exceed 2 Billion by the spring of 2020. This growth comes from two […]

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July 13

Why Emotional Intelligence Should be a Priority in the Hiring Process

27 emotions an hour is how many distinct emotions we feel, on average, every hour of every day according to Dr, Travis Bradberry, PhD. This means that during the typical work day we experience upwards of 200 discernible emotions, and that is a number far too large to ignore. He says, “We are emotional creatures before we are rational creatures. We have an emotional reaction […]

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