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March 29th, 2022

Child psychology emerges as top concentration

By Catherine Robertson Souter

Forensic and neuropsychology are other popular choices

Even before the pandemic, there were...

February 4th, 2022

Mental Health Courts: A ‘humane mechanism’ for people with mental illness

By Phyllis Hanlon

In the late 1980s, Janet Reno, then state attorney for Miami Dade County, Florida, founded the first drug...

February 3rd, 2022

Is it a psychologist’s job to address false beliefs?

By Catherine Robertson Souter

With the massive amount of disinformation floating around, from political to medical, most therapists...

January 9th, 2022

$5 million grant to expand mental health services at Wheeler clinics

By New England Psychologist Staff

The pandemic has had a profound effect on mental health.

To help address some of that impact,...

January 8th, 2022

Surviving COVID-19: Residential schools find ways to weather the pandemic

By Phyllis Hanlon

When life came to a virtual halt in March 2020, thanks to COVID-19, residential schools faced daunting...

January 8th, 2022

Study on Connecticut school-based health centers on pause

By Eileen Weber

Social isolation. Remote learning. Job loss. Sickness and death of family members. These are just a few...

January 7th, 2022

Managing tech/life balance can be challenging for children

By Catherine Robertson Souter

Technology, the internet specifically, has drastically changed the way we live our lives. From instant...

January 7th, 2022

Additional school year legislation filed in wake of pandemic

By Phyllis Hanlon

Interruptions in schooling can result in academic setbacks for students. For some students with...

January 6th, 2022

Pandemic-related teacher shortage triggers academic changes

By Phyllis Hanlon

The Massachusetts Association of Approved Special Education Schools (MAAPS) conducted a staffing survey...

January 5th, 2022

COVID-19 has impact on staffing, long-term effects on patients

By Eileen Weber

The fear of getting infected with COVID-19 kept many people at home—no trips to the hospital or clinics...