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    GT World
    At GT World, we strive to provide a warm, comfortable, yet challenging environment in which to explore intellectual giftedness and the issues which surround it. These include parenting and advocating for our children, teaching them how to advocate for themselves, the experience of growing up gifted, obtaining an appropriate education, helping gifted kids with learning disabilities, and the wide range of other issues which tend to be flavored strongly by the our own and our children's "difference". To this end, we provide a number of ways for community members to get together. - 25-Dec-2005 - Hits: 552 - Rate This | Details
    History of Psychiatry in Britain
    The University of St. Andrews in Scotland hosts a series of 44 free podcasts by professor Rab Houston on the history of British and Irish psychiatry since 1500. Intended to inform and raise awareness for the mentally ill by exploring the history of relevant policy and past social, economic and political systems that have led to the current psychiatric environment in Britain. - 9-Aug-2016 - Hits: 264 - Rate This | Details
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    Personnel Testing Council of Metropolitan Washington, DC
    The website of the Personnel Testing Counsel in Washington, DC. PTC/MW has about 300 members (94% regular, 6% student), including industrial/organizational psychologists, attorneys, statisticians, human resources professionals, and EEO specialists from government, business, consulting, and academia. PTC/MW has no educational requirements, but about 92% of the membership have a graduate degree, and about 64% have a Ph.D. or equivalent. About 75% of PTC/MW's members are located in the District of Columbia, Maryland, or Virginia, with the remaining 25% spread throughout the United States. - 25-Dec-2005 - Hits: 437 - Rate This | Details
    Project Nature Connect
    Learning, educating, and healing with nature outdoors results in beneficial effects that increase our personal, social and environmental health. Consciously reconnecting with Nature can help reverse many of the dysfunctions that result from living nature-separated lives. Learn to use the Natural Systems Thinking Process, a readily available, proven method for increasing well-being. - 8-Oct-2005 - Hits: 334 - Rate This | Details
    The Center for Hyperhidrosis
    Hyperhidrosis, or excessive sweating, is an often misunderstood condition. Many suffer embarassment needlessly, because they are unaware that this is a disease, and that there is a cure available. Learn more about this disorder, symptoms and treatment options from leading surgeon Dr. Reisfeld, from the Center for Hyperhidrosis. - 17-Sep-2002 - Hits: 481 - Rate This | Details
    WICHE Mental Health Program
    The Mental Health Program at the Western Interstate Commission for Higher Education (WICHE) was established in 1955. The mission of the program is twofold: 1) to assist states in improving systems of care for mental health consumers and their families; and 2) to advance the preparation of a qualified mental health workforce in the West. The program collaborates with states to meet the challenges of changing environments through regional research and evaluation, policy analysis, program development, technical assistance, and information sharing. The focus of the program is rural behavioral health. - 19-Dec-2005 - Hits: 259 - Rate This | Details