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The 31 Most Harmful Drugs

Humans have been using drugs since time immemorial. This has prompted researchers to study which drugs are most harmful to us.
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Social Work Resources

To help you perform your best on a daily basis, we’ve compiled the ultimate guide to resources for social workers.
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Social Worker Trends

Current social work trends have developed in response to societal factors related to economics, living standards, and other facets that play a role in our day-to-day lives.
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School Neuropsychology: “Brain-Based” School Psychology

The idea of school neuropsychology as a psychology subfield is somewhat new to the field, but may now be found as a specialization in psychology PhD programs.
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10 Therapist Personality Traits

Anyone considering a counselor or therapist career should ask themselves these 10 questions before enrolling in a program.
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When Freud Met Jung

Freud and Jung had very different approaches to psychology, but both are considered to be the founders of the modern psychoanalytic movement
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Psychology Specialties

So, you know you want to go into the field of psychology. But do you know what you want to specialize in? Take a look at some of your options.
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Online Psychology Professor Profile

An online psychology professor addresses the misperceptions about getting a degree online, and the opportunities they afford for students and teachers.
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How Social Media Helps and Hurts Us

Mental health professionals are on the front lines of seeing how patients cope with 24/7 social media. Take a look at what they're facing.
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Differences Between a Therapist and Psychologist

Therapist vs. psychologist—what’s the difference? Both strive for the same result: to improve people’s lives, but there are differences. Read what they are.
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Types of Counseling

“Counseling” is a very broad category that encompasses many opportunities in any number of counseling subfields. Here are some of the most common.
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Forensic Psychology – Five Myths and Truths

Forensic psychology is a rapidly-growing specialty within psychological practice—but how much do you really know about the field?
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PsyD vs. PhD: What’s the Difference?

What makes PhD and PsyD degrees different and how do you choose what’s right for you? Learn about the similarities and differences.
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Cost of Clinical Psychology School

Like purchasing a car or home, you have a choice when it comes to how much to spend on your graduate school education.