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Long spent over twenty years overseeing education research for District of Columbia schools. During his time, he also published a series of educational psychology monographs.Web Article 2.How stress affects your healthWe've probably all felt stress. Sometimes it's brief and highly situational, like being in heavy traffic. Other times, it's more persistent and complex — relationship problems, an ailing family member, a spouse's death. And sometimes, stress can motivate us to accomplish certain tasks.Web Article (April 2013)3.Parenting: The Teen YearsThe teen years pose some of the most difficult challenges for families. Teenagers, dealing with hormone changes and an ever-complex world, may feel that no one can understand their feelings, especially parents. As a result, the teen may feel angry, alone and confused while facing complicated issues about identity, peers, sexual behavior, drinking and drugs.Web Article (July 2011)4.About the APA Practice OrganizationThe APA Practice Organization (APAPO) is a legally separate companion organization to the American Psychological Association (APA). It promotes the professional interests of practicing psychologists in all settings. APAPO’s mission is to advance and protect the practice of psychology.Web Article 5.How psychology can help after a heart attackFor many who have suffered a heart attack, the key to recovery is paying attention to the relationship between the body and the mind.Web Article (October 2011)6.What Psychologists Should Know About Disability A training session that destigmatizes disability and helps psychologists work more effectively with people with disabilities.Web Article (January 2012)7.Coalition for Patients' Rights Reaches out to PresidentIn a May 28, 2009 letter to President Obama, the Coalition for Patients' Rights (CPR) urged the president to support the utilization of non-physician healthcare providers, such as psychologists, as the Administration works to reform the nation's health care system. The APA Practice Organization has been an active member of CPR since its launch in 2006.Web Article 8.APA Advocates for Public Health Solutions to Gun ViolenceAPA and more than twenty national organizations sent a letter to senators urging them to address gun violence as a public health problem.Web Article (April 2013)9.Teens and Stress: How to Keep Stress in Check Managing daily stress can lead to a more overall positive outlook on your life and well-being.Web Article (February 2014)10.Using a Sliding Fee Scale: Some Do's and Don'tsSometimes practitioners encounter clients who are unable to afford the services they need and consider reducing their fee on a “sliding scale” basis. Doing do may carry significant legal risk.Web Article Previous 1 2 3 ... Next Relevance Title A-Z Title Z-A Newest First Oldest First Sort by: ADVERTISEMENT Results 1–10 of 557 for "Web Article"X related to "Fellow students, let's take a stand"