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Division 17 – The Society of Counseling Psychology

There are many bridges between counseling psychology and the aims of my own work.  Specifically, I believe my professional activities overlap with the mission of SCP: “to connect, to collaborate, and to coordinate efforts toward creating a more just and equitable...

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New recommendations to screen all U.S. adults for anxiety aim to provide guidance to primary care providers, raise awareness about the need for mental health care, and reduce disparities in access to care, says task force member @DrLoriPbert. https://www.cnn.com/2022/09/20/health/anxiety-screening-uspstf-wellness/index.html

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"For some of these kids, [there is] a good bit of anxiety around getting back into the classroom on a regular basis…”

Mental health in the back-to-school season : NPR https://www.npr.org/2022/08/22/1118485445/keep-an-eye-on-your-students-mental-health-this-back-to-school-season

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