18 Female Leaders in Psychology who Rock!
September 25, 2017
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The word 'Leaders' written on chalkboard. For example, female thought leaders in the field of psychology.Photo Credit: thinkpublic
This list, while not exhaustive, represents a diverse array of powerful, smart women who shaped the field of psychology, social work and human development, from the mid-19th century through the... Read More...
The Age of Happiness: An Interview with Founder Vladimir Yakovlev
June 14, 2017
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“The Age of Happiness is a project about people who live a brighter, more interesting and cheerful life than in their youth, who are not afraid to reinvent themselves and fulfill their... Read More...
20 Ways to Let Go of Ego (from David Richo, PhD)

Use this list to help cultivate healthy self-esteem, rather than egotism. From psychotherapist, teacher, and best-selling author, David Richo.

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21 Highly Successful, Inspiring People with Mental Health Challenges
March 28, 2017
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What do Abraham Lincoln, Oprah Winfrey, Carrie Fisher and Hershel Walker have in common? They were highly successful people who faced mental health challenges.

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Marion Woodman: Pioneer of Conscious Femininity and the Psychology of the Soul

Marion Woodman has left a rich legacy of pioneering work in Jungian analysis, somatic psychotherapy, and feminine psychology.

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Unintentional Prejudice? Understanding (and Changing) Implicit Bias
November 3, 2016
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On the HBO show Insecure, the main character, Issa, is the only black employee at her workplace, a nonprofit organization that supports at-risk youth. When her coworkers want to know what a new slang... Read More...
Entering the Liminal Space: An Interview with Expressive Arts Therapist Dr. Lisa Herman
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Expressive arts therapy (EXA) is a form of therapy incorporating multiple arts modalities, such as poetry, movement, painting, music, and storytelling. Process is valued on par with product, and... Read More...
Why Are Politics So Polarized? And, How Can We Be More Open-Minded?
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After the death of Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia, many Americans were surprised to learn that Scalia was a close friend of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg. Despite the fact that the two had... Read More...
Navigating the Dark Night of the Soul
February 26, 2016
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Navigating Dark Night of the SoulPhoto Credit: Jason Devaun
When someone is going through a particularly difficult time, we may say that he or she is having a “dark night of the soul.” During such a period, someone may be plunged into an emotional realm... Read More...
Go Ahead, Be a Nudge! An Exploration of Nudge Units and Theory
February 9, 2016
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What separates the doers from the non-doers? Internal motivation certainly plays a role, but so do external factors: that’s where the “Nudge Units” come in! Rooted in the work of... Read More...