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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

June 19

Survival Tips for Marriage Ending

The end of a marriage can be incredibly challenging on many levels, including emotionally, mentally, and financially. While every marriage is different, and circumstances will dictate your actions in many instances, here are some tips from marriage and family therapy (MFT) professionals that can help you get through this difficult time. 1. Talk to a therapist. Therapists are trained to help you in a way […]

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June 14

8 Qualities of Effective Leaders

Strong, effective leaders are essential in every field, but particularly in education. Whether it’s leading young people or adults, it’s necessary for leaders to have certain qualities to be successful. The following are eight essential qualities that a leader should possess to be effective in their role. 1. Optimism A positive attitude can set the tone and motivate individuals to be more productive. People who are […]

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June 14

10 Jobs that Require an MBA

A Master of Business Administration (MBA) degree provides valid credentials to individuals who have completed six years of higher education. An MBA qualifies you to work in higher levels of management, finance, marketing, and entrepreneurship industries. A Master of Business Administration degree is highly flexible and applicable to hundreds of different job positions not included in the above list. The following 10 jobs represent additional […]

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June 05

CTEL – 10 Tips for Teaching a Foreign Language

Anyone at any age can learn a foreign language. For children, learning a language different from their own is more natural because they rely on the deep motor area of their brain more than adults. This area of the brain makes learning a new language much easier for children because it absorbs information quickly and works in conjunction with the hippocampus to memorize information. By […]

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June 01

How to Cope in the Event of a Tragedy

Learning to cope in the event of a tragedy is a valuable life skill. Tragedy, in one form or another, may be inevitable. Of course, the way it affects you may not be quite the same as it affects others. Part of what makes tragedy so challenging is that there is no one-size-fits-all coping method, but, there are coping strategies that will help—you just have […]

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May 25

How to Calm a Child with Autism in the Classroom

When it comes to working with special needs children, such as those with an autism-spectrum disorder (ASD), it’s a good idea to acquire a special toolbox of strategies in addition to your autism certification. These efforts will help your students thrive and feel comfortable in the classroom setting. Kids with autism may quickly become over-stimulated and they may have difficulty coping in new situations or […]

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May 08

How to Build Productive Teams at Work

Almost every profession has activities, projects, and events that require team collaboration. There are several steps to take when building the most productive teams possible. To build a successful team, it is crucial to understand how organizational behavior can provide solutions to today’s problems in the workplace. Structure Teams must be organized to work efficiently. The following guidelines need to be established as soon as […]

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May 07

Considering a Career in Clinical Counseling?

If you are considering a career in clinical counseling, you are in good company. It takes courage and compassion to dedicate your career to helping others. Fortunately, the career prospects for clinical counselors are excellent. With strong job growth expected, once you obtain the necessary credentials there should be a variety of career paths available to you. The Strong Demand for Mental Health Counseling The […]

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May 04

The Bamboo Ceiling: Asian Americans and the Myth of the Model Minority

By Debra Kawahara, PhD Associate Dean of Academic Affairs & Professor for the California School of Professional Psychology Asian Americans are the fastest-growing, best-educated, and highest-income racial group in the United States according to a new study by the Pew Research Group. The recent study also found that Asian Americans place more value on marriage, parenthood, hard work, and career success when compared to other […]

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