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    Popular! Getting Help for Procrastination Top Rated
    Procrastination is a common issue amongst students and many adults. There are many who struggle with deadlines everyday, with the feeling of impending doom as the exam or project date looms. It is one of the largest problems seen in college counseling centers, and it is something nearly everyone has had to deal with at some point in their lives. This article describes strategies to help yourself overcome procrastination.

    The first thing you have to know about procrastinating is that you should set your expectations realistically. It took you a lifetime to get to where you are today in terms of procrastination, so it's not something you can fix overnight. But it is something you can fix, all you need is the dedication to do so and the willingness to try something new. - 10-Jan-2005 - Hits: 1500 - Rate This | Details
    1st Person magazine
    Accounts by people who have had mental health issues. Also includes essays, opinions, and poetry pieces written by those suffering from mental health issues. Note: No new information added since early 2002. - 6-May-2008 - Hits: 459 - Rate This | Details
    An Introduction to Clinical Hypnosis
    Hypnosis is a state of inner absorption, concentration and focused attention. Employing hypnosis is like using a magnifying glass to focus the rays of the sun. When our minds are concentrated and focused, we are able to use them more powerfully.

    This informative article describes clinical hypnosis and how it can help you with many medical and mental health issues. - 11-Nov-2005 - Hits: 175 - Rate This | Details
    Domestic Violence Against Men: Bryan's Story by Dr. Angie Panos
    In this article, Dr. Angie Panos discusses male victims of domestic violence. "On Bryan's initial visit to see me, he complained of marital concerns and depression. It took until our third session before he told me that his wife would sometimes beat him around the face and head, even while he was asleep. A year prior, she beat him so hard that he lost all hearing in one ear. He lied to cover it up when he went to get medical treatment; he was too embarrassed to tell the truth. Now when his friends ask why he has hearing problems, he tells them it was a hunting accident." - 10-Jul-2009 - Hits: 78 - Rate This | Details
    EEOC: The Mental Health Provider's Role in a Client's Request for a Reasonable Accommodation at Work
    The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) has created a new fact sheet for mental health providers, "The Mental Health Providers Role in a Clients Request for a Reasonable Accommodation at Work." This fact sheet explains to mental health providers that their clients may be able to get reasonable accommodations that help to avoid problems at work related to their conditions. It also answers questions about when a client has the right to obtain a reasonable accommodation; the types of accommodations that may be available; the kind of documentation that could help the client obtain an accommodation; and the importance of disclosing the need for an accommodation before problems occur. The EEOC enforces federal antidiscrimination laws by investigating, conciliating, mediating, and litigating charges of employment discrimination brought by members of the public. - 3-May-2013 - Hits: 50 - Rate This | Details
    How to Choose a Competent Counselor
    This article addresses the following questions: “How can I find a good counselor or psychotherapist?” “How do I know if my counselor is competent?” “What is supposed to happen in therapy?” “Can a therapist be incompetent without me realizing it?” “Is a psychologist the best therapist? Does a license make a difference?” Table of Contents: 1. Why I wrote this article 2. How to tell if a therapist is competent, or not First, you need to know what psychotherapy is, and what it isn't Second, you need to know how to find the answer in your own mind 3. What psychotherapy is--and why you need to know 4. The secret that you already know 5. How a good therapist makes you feel safe 6. The perfect therapist 7. Privacy: the essential ingredient 8. Non-judgmental acceptance: you deserve it 9. How to choose a therapist to call (a) referrals (b) qualifications 10. How you find out about the therapist 11. Therapist credentials: the truth revealed *Counselor knowledge, training, certification, skill, character, and relationship. 12. First contact. Watch out for these red flags! 13. Your first session: what should happen 14. Safety is in the details 15. Now what? - 20-Aug-2006 - Hits: 212 - Rate This | Details
    Medscape's Psychiatry Home with Medline/DrugInfo Search
    Medscape Content Medscape offers specialists, primary care physicians, and other health professionals the Web's most robust and integrated medical information and educational tools. After a simple, 1-time, free registration, Medscape automatically delivers you the specialty site that best fits your profile. You can also change your Medscape homepage to any of our other specialty and profession sites at any time. Some of Medscape's key features include: Original, professional medical content, including review articles, journal commentary, expert columns, patient education articles, book reviews, and more; More than 850 online CME activities; Conference Coverage: Thought leaders summarize key data and presentations from major medical meetings; The Internet's first primary-source medical journal, Medscape General Medicine; Selected daily professional medical news in your specialty from Reuters, Medscape Medical News, and medical news journal publishers; Physician Optimized MEDLINE; Free subscription to Medscape's MedPulse, a weekly email newsletter that highlights what's new in your specialty on Medscape; More than 125 medical journals and textbooks; Business, financial, managed care, and medical practice information; And more . . . The result is a medical Web site rich in content, broad in appeal, and high in quality. - 29-Dec-2005 - Hits: 86 - Rate This | Details
    Revista Top Rated
    Esta REVISTA de carácter mensual, nace con el propósito de ayudar a desarrollar habilidades y estratégias que favorezcan la Salud Mental de las personas. Los contenidos se desarrollan alrededor de cinco áreas principales: Psicología Clínica, Implicaciones Legales y Forenses de la salud Mental, Neuropsicología, Psiquiatría y Salud Mental en la Empresa. - 10-Oct-2005 - Hits: 140 - Rate This | Details