Nutrition Tips April 2015: The Amazing Cranberry – an all American Food By Tammera J. Karr, PhD The cranberry, along with the blueberry and Concord grape, is one of North America’s three native fruits that are commercially grown. Cranberries were first used by Native Americans. Today, cranberries are commercially grown throughout the northern part of […]
An Integrated Evaluation and Treatment Approach With Traumatized Clients By Dr. Donald Hutcheon, C.Psychol.(UK)., R.Psych. #1421 The article focuses on three identifying areas of interest: (a) a discussion of how different sample sub-types have reacted to stressful events which have caused trauma; (b) a range of evaluation using an assortment of psychometric tests to gain […]
Behavioral Activation: Only an Intervention for Treating Depression, Or An Approach for Achieving a Meaningful Life?
By Andrew Hale, MA, BCBA and C. Richard Spates, PhD Behavioral activation is an empirically supported intervention for depression that has demonstrated effectiveness both as a stand-alone treatment and as a component of cognitive therapy. Additionally, there is a growing body of evidence supporting the application of behavioral activation in contexts that do not involve the […]