Clinical Interview Role-Play Part 1 – Family, Social, and Mental Health History

Clinical Interview Role-Play Part 1 – Family, Social, and Mental Health History

>>Hi [inaudible]. How are you doing today?>>All right.>>You doing all right?>>Yeah.>>I see that this is the first time you’ve come in. You’ve filled out some of the other paper work.>>Yeah.>>About 20 of them.>>A lot of pages.>>Yeah.>>How’d that go?>>It went. I mean I’ve seen that stuff before but it wasn’t too bad.>>Nothing surprising in there?>>No. Pretty …

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The Phenomenological Perspective – Critical Social Psychology (10/30)

The Phenomenological Perspective – Critical Social Psychology (10/30)

First and foremost I think phenomenological social psychology is about lived experience. Experience as people live it in their day to day lives. It’s about focusing in on what it, what it means to be human and, and that, that I just find very exciting. Very often in psychology people focus in on smaller aspects …

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Emancipation from Mental Slavery: Public Education & Social Change, Mari Matuda ’57

Emancipation from Mental Slavery: Public Education & Social Change, Mari Matuda ’57

– Welcome everybody. Thank you for coming this afternoon. I’m Susan Brison. I teach in the Philosophy department. And it is a real honor for me, and one that gives me great pleasure to be able to introduce you to this year’s Stephen R. Volk class of ’57 lecturer, Professor Mari Matsuda who is professor …

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Phenomenological Psychology – Critical Social Psychology (12/30)

Phenomenological Psychology – Critical Social Psychology (12/30)

There are several key features which distinguish the phenomenological from other perspectives in social psychology. We seek to approach things with, a sense of naivety, with a sense of not coming at it, knowing what we’re going to find. I mean this is, this is actually called epokay, which is kind of a Greek word, …

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The difference between psychology and social work

The difference between psychology and social work

Psychology evolved from the disciplines of physiology and philosophy. It developed from a focus on understanding how the mind works and how sensations experienced become transported into conscious awareness. The Social Work profession was born out of church and charity work hundreds of years ago. The first social work school was established in New Zealand …

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7 Psychological Tricks To Get Respect IMMEDIATELY

7 Psychological Tricks To Get Respect IMMEDIATELY

Earning respect takes time. This is something that you build over years of being honest, having integrity, and showing your character But that said, there’s a couple things that you can do that really do create respect immediately. And that’s why in this video, I want to give you seven things that you can do …

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Speaking of Psychology – Stress in America: Generation Z with Arthur C. Evans Jr., PhD (SOP68)

Speaking of Psychology – Stress in America: Generation Z with Arthur C. Evans Jr., PhD (SOP68)

Welcome to Speaking of Psychology, a podcast from the American Psychological Association. I’m your host, Kaitlin Luna. I’m joined by APA CEO Dr. Arthur C. Evans Jr., who’s here to talk about our Stress in America report that was released at the end of October and the findings are quite stark — 69 percent of …

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Discursive Analysis – Critical Social Psychology (23/30)

Discursive Analysis – Critical Social Psychology (23/30)

One of the aims of discursive psychological research is to look closely at the kind of talk people produce in groups. I first started using discourse analysis to look at the ways in which we sort of discursively produce our identities through talk. I was interested in looking at the ways in which young people …

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The Biggest Psychology News Stories of 2016

The Biggest Psychology News Stories of 2016

Every day, scientists are working toward a better understanding of the human mind. And during 2016, there were some huge news stories involving psychology. In July, for example, Pokemon GO took the world by storm. Now you’ve probably heard way too much about it by now, you’ve probably installed and uninstalled Pokemon GO on your …

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Learn about the National Standard – Psychological and Social Support

Learn about the National Standard – Psychological and Social Support

Think of your workplace. Have you ever noticed a change in the way someone behaved? Perhaps they started coming in later… or maybe they were missing meetings or deadlines when normally they’re on time with these types of things. What did YOU do in that situation? Did you speak to them about what you saw? …

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