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  • 1.Professional Health and Well-being for Psychologists
    All psychologists are vulnerable to stress and can benefit from education about occupational hazards and vulnerabilities and reasonable steps toward prevention.
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  • 2.Reacting to the Sandy Hook Elementary School Shooting
    The American Psychological Association sends its heartfelt condolences to the victims of the Newtown, Conn., school shooting and their loved ones.
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  • 3.Northeastern Region TOPSS Speakers Bureau
    The bureau helps teachers find local psychologists who are available to visit psychology classrooms to speak with students in Maine, Vermont, New Hampshire, Conneticut, Rhode Island, Massachusetts, New York and New Jersey.
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  • 4.Effects of Poverty, Hunger, and Homelessness on Children and Youth
    Where child poverty is concentrated, the effects of youth poverty regarding academic achievement, psychosocial outcomes and physical health, the prevalence of child hunger in the U.S., the effects of hunger and undernutrition on child development, the risks severe hunger can have on school-aged youth, the risk factors for homelessness in children and youth, and more.
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  • 5.Cómo controlar la inquietud provocada por un terremoto en otro país
    En el caso de las personas con amigos o familiares que residen en regiones afectadas por los terremotos, el contacto con coberturas de noticias referentes a la devastación provocada por un sismo, puede causarles gran desasosiego.
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  • 6.Occupational Vulnerability for Psychologists
    All psychologists are vulnerable to occupational stress and distress at times in their careers, and may be vulnerable to impairment given the right circumstances.
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  • 7.Children and Trauma: Tips for Mental Health Professionals
    Presentation offers mental health professionals further information on childhood trauma, including abuse, violence, terrorism, disaster and other traumatic loss, as well as tips for successful interventions with children and families.
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  • 8.Living Beyond Loss: An Intervention for Coping with HIV and HIV-Related Loss
    A project for people living with HIV and HIV-related loss that evaluates the effectiveness of a group psychotherapy intervention for secondary prevention of psychological distress among people with HIV infection who are coping with AIDS-related bereavement, written by Kathleen J. Sikkema, PhD.
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  • 9.Careers in Psychology
    This guide provides a look at psychology as a career in many different fields, such as research, consulting, diagnosing and teaching. It includes an outlook of the current job market and testimonials from psychologists on the career paths they have chosen.
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  • 10.Children and Trauma: Update for Mental Health Professionals
    Many children are exposed to traumatic life events, such as abuse, school violence, car accidents or terrorism. Short-term distress is common but most children and adolescents show resilience.
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