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  • 1.What Therapists Don't Talk About and Why: Understanding Taboos That Hurt Us and Our Clients
    The book provides resources for recognizing the myths, challenging the taboos and speaking honestly and directly with patients and others about topics that have been off-limits.
    Continuing Education Program (July 2010)
  • 2.Featured Psychologist: Glorisa J. Canino, PhD
    Glorisa J. Canino, PhD, is a professor at the School of Medicine, department of pediatrics, and the director of the Behavioral Sciences Research Institute, University of Puerto Rico, School of Medicine. She is presently principal or co-principal investigator of several grants funded by the National Institute of Health. She has published substantially in the area of instrument psychometrics, psychiatric epidemiology, mental health services research, pediatric asthma and health disparities. Canino has been for the past 24 years a leading Latino researcher and her various research studies have resulted in more than 200 publications in scientific journals.
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  • 3.Poverty’s Impact on Women’s Mental Health
    The estimates of the numbers of women on welfare who experience major depression, posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD), anxiety disorders, panic disorders, and agoraphobia, as well as serious mental illnesses such as schizophrenia and bipolar disorder, vary a good deal. Generally, however, most reports find that poor women experience these mental health disorders at much higher rates than the general population.
    Web Page
  • 4.The Role of the Psychologist in Responding to the HIV/AIDS Epidemic
    Psychologists can help with designing behavioral change strategies and in framing public health responses to the HIV and AIDS epidemic through increased behavioral research, accelerated community trials of promising behavior change models, trials of community-level interventions on a large scale, partnerships between HIV research and community service organizations, and integrated efforts from across psychology disciplines.
    Web Page
  • 5.Get involved with APAGS
    APAGS is governed by nine elected officers including a chair, past-chair and chair-elect, as well as six members-at-Large representing practice, research/academics, education/training, communications/public relations, diversity and membership recruitment/retention.
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  • 6.Becoming an Effective Psychotherapist: Adopting a Theory of Psychotherapy That's Right for You and Your Client
    The author skillfully presents the nine leading systems of psychotherapy, the underlying rationale and approach to treatment for each, and their seminal theorists. Each chapter showcases a specific theory's therapeutic goals, its assumptions about the therapist–client relationship, client tasks, and the related change processes. Chapters end with thought-provoking journal exercises, learning tasks, and case examples, as well as a discussion of how each approach has evolved and is practiced today.
    Continuing Education Program (July 2010)
  • 7.Strategies for controlling your anger
    Everybody gets angry, but out-of-control rage isn't good for those around you, and it plays havoc with your own body. Here are some tips to help you stay in control, including relaxation, cognitive restructuring, problem-solving techniques and more.
    Web Article (October 2011)
  • 8.December 2011 Policy Update
    APA’s Public Interest Government Relations Office moderated a panel on domestic violence and children, supported the reintroduction of legislation to enhance the response of health systems to domestic violence, and signed-on to a coalition letter in support of federal funds to be used for syringe exchange program.
    Web Page (December 2011)
  • 9.APA Continues Support for HIV Prevention through Syringe Exchange
    APA’s Public Interest Government Relations Office coordinated the association’s support of an October 18 letter urging President Obama to oppose efforts to reinstate a ban on the use of federal funds for needle exchange programs.
    Web Page (January 2011)
  • 10.Why sleep is important and what happens when you don't get enough
    Lack of sleep and/or sleep disorders affect more than 60% of people. An individual's need for sleep varies, but the consequences of not getting enough sleep can include drug, tobacco and alcohol abuse, nightmares and sleep terrors, poor decision making, reduced learning at school and traffic accidents.
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