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The George Washington University Center for Professional Psychology is a psychodynamically-oriented program offering the Doctor of Psychology (Psy.D.) degree in clinical psychology.

The Glaxo Neurological Centre is a unique non-medical advice and information centre for people with neurological disorders and those who care for them.The Centre is run by an independent charitable trust the Mersey Neurological Trust and was built with funds from generous donations of 1,000,000 from Glaxo plc and 250,000 from the Liverpool City Challenge.The Centre is managed by a Management Commitee, chaired by Dr.Ian Williams, Consultant Neurologist, Walton Centre for Neurology and Neurosurgery Liverpool,and is made up of people with a neurological disability, Neurological Charities,a General Practitioner, Social Services and Local Business.

The Glendon Association is a nonprofit corporation dedicated to understanding the dynamics of self-destructive behavior and to alleviating the resulting social problems of child abuse, suicide, violence, substance abuse, and disturbed family relationships. Of particular interest is FAST, The Firestone Assessment of Self-Destructive Thoughts (FAST), new from The Psychological Corporation, provides a unique view of your client's self-destructive thought processes. The approach, which integrates cognitive and psychoynamic concepts, is based on the clinical theory of Robert Firestone. This new scale assesses the levels of self-destructive thoughts a person is experiencing, along the Continuum of Negative Thought Patterns, which may lead to varying degrees of self-destructive behavior.   The FAST consists of 84 items that clients endorse on a 5-point, Likert-type scale from "never" to "almost always." They consist of self-destructive thoughts taken directly from clinical material derived from longitudinal study of client's negative thought processes. The suicide risk subscale provides a brief measure of your client's suicidal potential. This new instrument is useful as a screener for persons entering psychological treatment. FAST scores indicate areas in which the client is experiencing the greatest degree of distress, allowing you to focus your interventions. It will also serve as a brief pre-and post-therapy measure.

The Guild was founded in 1974 by a group of psychotherapists from Freudian, Jungian and Phenomenological backgrounds who were agreed on what is critical in the practice of psychotherapy. The Guild aims to provide a training in psychoanalytic psychotherapy which recognises the importance of the contributions which have been made and continue to be made by the traditions and schools of psychoanalysis and analytic psychology.

An article in the current issue of the APA Monitor suggests that exposure to low levels of certain chemicals may be at the root of the Gulf War Syndrome.

 

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Journal of the Jean Piaget Society

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The George Washington University Center for Professional Psychology is a psychodynamically-oriented program offering the Doctor of Psychology (Psy.D.) degree in clinical psychology.

The Glaxo Neurological Centre is a unique non-medical advice and information centre for people with neurological disorders and those who care for them.The Centre is run by an independent charitable trust the Mersey Neurological Trust and was built with funds from generous donations of 1,000,000 from Glaxo plc and 250,000 from the Liverpool City Challenge.The Centre is managed by a Management Commitee, chaired by Dr.Ian Williams, Consultant Neurologist, Walton Centre for Neurology and Neurosurgery Liverpool,and is made up of people with a neurological disability, Neurological Charities,a General Practitioner, Social Services and Local Business.

The Glendon Association is a nonprofit corporation dedicated to understanding the dynamics of self-destructive behavior and to alleviating the resulting social problems of child abuse, suicide, violence, substance abuse, and disturbed family relationships. Of particular interest is FAST, The Firestone Assessment of Self-Destructive Thoughts (FAST), new from The Psychological Corporation, provides a unique view of your client's self-destructive thought processes. The approach, which integrates cognitive and psychoynamic concepts, is based on the clinical theory of Robert Firestone. This new scale assesses the levels of self-destructive thoughts a person is experiencing, along the Continuum of Negative Thought Patterns, which may lead to varying degrees of self-destructive behavior.   The FAST consists of 84 items that clients endorse on a 5-point, Likert-type scale from "never" to "almost always." They consist of self-destructive thoughts taken directly from clinical material derived from longitudinal study of client's negative thought processes. The suicide risk subscale provides a brief measure of your client's suicidal potential. This new instrument is useful as a screener for persons entering psychological treatment. FAST scores indicate areas in which the client is experiencing the greatest degree of distress, allowing you to focus your interventions. It will also serve as a brief pre-and post-therapy measure.

The Guild was founded in 1974 by a group of psychotherapists from Freudian, Jungian and Phenomenological backgrounds who were agreed on what is critical in the practice of psychotherapy. The Guild aims to provide a training in psychoanalytic psychotherapy which recognises the importance of the contributions which have been made and continue to be made by the traditions and schools of psychoanalysis and analytic psychology.

An article in the current issue of the APA Monitor suggests that exposure to low levels of certain chemicals may be at the root of the Gulf War Syndrome.

 

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