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- Article Review: Moor, D., & Hermsen, M. (2018). Achieving happiness at care farms in the Netherlands.
- Article Review: El-Mallakh, P., & Findlay, J. (2015). Strategies to improve medication adherence in patients with schizophrenia: The role of support services.
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As we start into the month of October, we typically think of the pumpkins, scary movies, trick ‘r treating, and costume parties. However, something that we should keep in mind is that it is also Depression Awareness Month. This should … Continue reading
WKPIC would like to congratulate Dr. Katy Roth on the successful defense of her dissertation. Rock it, Dr. Roth!! Susan Redmond-Vaught, Ph.D. Director, WKPIC
The time has come again to say goodbye–sigh. But WKPIC knows its graduates will be awesome in whatever they undertake. Fair winds and following seas to these new psychologists. Here’s hoping they chart new waters and travel far!
Many congratulations to previous intern and current post-doctoral student Jennifer Román on the successful defense of her dissertation–including THREE HOURS of answering questions from an academic audience!! YOU DID IT!! Susan Redmond-Vaught, Ph.D. Director, WKPIC
WKPIC extends a giant congratulations to intern Anissa Pugh for her successful dissertation defense yesterday!! Susan Redmond-Vaught, Ph.D. Director, WKPIC
Dr. David Rosenhan in 1973 conducted a study called On Being Sane in Insane Places to examine the reliability of staff, especially psychiatrist, in telling the difference between people who had severe psychiatric disorders and people who did not have … Continue reading
In my first Friday Factoid of the month, I mentioned that it is important to create friendships over the course of your internship. I have learned it is not only important to have friendships within your cohort, but with … Continue reading
Many of the articles that provide tips on how to have a successful internship strongly encourage participation in self-care activities. We, as clinicians, frequently tell our clients to engage in self-care activities such as being outside, coloring, or listening to … Continue reading
Congrats!!! You have officially matched with your internship placement for next year and that means one more stressful process cannot be taken off your long to-do list before graduation. But just like other portions of your graduate school career, the … Continue reading