Category Archives: Counselling & Psychotherapy

Free article collection to commemorate National Nurses Week

  May 6th-12th is National Nurses Week, a time when we appreciate nurse practitioners that make others’ well-being their priority. In recognition of their care, community and patient advocacy, we’re pleased to release a collection of 13 new articles in … Continue reading

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What should autism research focus upon?

What should autism research focus upon? Community views and priorities from the United Kingdom From Autism The last few decades have witnessed a dramatic increase in the recorded prevalence of autism. The significant rise in recorded prevalence means that the … Continue reading

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Outcomes in adults with autism spectrum disorders: A historical perspective

Article and Podcast From Autism To celebrate Autism Awareness Month we are highlighting the following article and podcast and offering free access to both. The paper examines the ways in which researchers have defined successful adult outcomes for individuals with … Continue reading

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Reviewing patterns of drug epidemics to consider cost effective intervention programs

Drug generations in the 2000s: An analysis of arrestee data From Journal of Drug Issues  Much empirical evidence indicates that the popularity of various drugs tends to increase and wane over time producing episodic epidemics of particular drugs. Drug epidemics … Continue reading

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Amplifying differences to develop our own identity and mitigate sibling rivalry

Sibling differentiation, identity development, and the lateral dimension of psychic life From Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association Last week in UK politics some commentators remarked how “brotherly love took a backseat to a lust for power” as the Miliband … Continue reading

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Examining infidelity: What makes people cheat?

Infidelity Special Issue From The Family Journal Top celebrity news items this week include a kiss and tell story by a female escort revealing her affair with footballer Wayne Rooney and the announcement on behalf of Boyzone singer Ronan Keating … Continue reading

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Loss and grief in young children

From: Young Exceptional Children Most of us faced with a grieving child are likely to feel quite helpless. At such a difficult time, there is limited research into how best to inform teachers and parents to support a child dealing with … Continue reading

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