clinical psychology

Mar
07

An Exiting Adventure in Mental Health with Therapy Quest

What does it mean to recognize that you might need help? What does it mean to ask for it? What do you do once you’re receiving it? These are all big questions that are hard to ask and even harder to answer, but in Dr. Janina Scarlet’s new book, Therapy Quest, she attempts to do so while simultaneously encouraging her readers to do the same. […]

By Evan Post | Psychology
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Feb
12

Sports Psychology: Peak Performance

If you had an eye on the NFL playoffs this past season, you probably saw a few strange things—the lowest scoring Super Bowl in decades, the (now) Los Angeles Chargers winning their first playoff game in 5 seasons, and the Chicago Bears losing a game on a heartbreaking field goal attempt that agonizingly bounced off of one of the uprights and back toward where it […]

By Evan Post | Psychology
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Nov
15

Are Freud and Psychoanalysis Still Relevant?

Sigmund Freud, 80 years after his death, is still, arguably, the most well-known name in psychoanalysis in the world. Considered the father of modern psychology, his theories and ideas on the connections that exist between the conscious mind, the subconscious mind, the body, and the world around us are still as widely known as they were when he first espoused them at the turn of […]

By Evan Post | Psychology
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Oct
11

National Depression Screening Day: Combating Stigma to Ensure Mental Health Care for All

Today is National Depression Screening Day, and—as an institution dedicated to advancing mental health care—we want to encourage everyone to seek help if they think they need it. This could be the first step on a journey to well-being. “National Depression Screening Day began as an effort to reach individuals across the nation with important mental health education and connect them with support services. Screening […]

By Cielo Villasenor | Psychology
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Jun
10

Forbes Most Promising Jobs for Millennials

The 25 Most Promising Jobs For Millennials “Young Invincibles notes that Millennials care about things like work-life balance, sometimes even more than salary. Health care is the only industry sector employing large numbers of Millennials where median wages have increased in the last decade.” Forbes just named Therapist as the 10th most promising job for millennials! 10) Therapists Growth by 2022: 27% Median income: $70,00 […]

By Alliant Team | Business
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May
20

CSPP Alumni Joins the Abbot Downing Family Dynamics and Education Team

Abbot Downing is a leading provider of financial services to ultra-high-net-worth clients and family offices, as well as foundations and endowments. Teams of local professionals are dedicated to each client family to provide specialized knowledge in asset management; trust, fiduciary, and administrative services; private banking and custom credit solutions; and planning and family dynamics services. The firm has $38 billion in client assets and ranks […]

By Alliant Team | Business
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Apr
29

In Remembrance of Dr. Siobhan Katherine O’Toole

Dr. O’Toole’s Celebration of Life Please join us in remembering Siobhan Kelli O’Toole 6/7/70-4/10/16. (CSPP Alumna ’00 Fresno Campus) Enjoy an afternoon of memories, appetizers, and Siobhan’s only request: CAKE! WHEN: Saturday, May 14 from 1:00 PMto 4:00 PM WHERE: Martis Camp Lodge using the Gatehouse 8900 Schaffer Mill Road Truckee, CA 96161 The Best Western in Truckee is providing a company rate of $139/night for our […]

By Alliant Team | Business
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Apr
29

Alumnus Dr. Howard Drutman Published “Divorce: The Art of Screwing Up Your Children”

Howard Drutman, a graduate of CSPP – Los Angeles class of 1985 has just published his first book, available in print or ebook Dr. Drutman has used his years of clinical and forensic practice as a psychologist to write a partially satirical book to help parents learn how to minimize the negative impact of divorce on their children. From the book cover: Divorcing or divorced?  […]

By Alliant Team | Psychology
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Mar
25

CSPP at CPA Convention 2019

CSPP at CPA 2019: April 4-7 in Long Beach, CA We are proud to be a silver sponsor of CPA once again this year. The 2019 California Psychological Association Convention takes place April 4-7, 2019 in Long Beach, CA. This year’s theme is “What’s Your Impossible? Leveraging Psychology in the 21st Century” (View the Convention brochure here.) CSPP Presenters Some of our student, alumni, and faculty presenters at CPA this year include: […]

By Alliant Team | Psychology
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