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 Clutterless Recovery Groups
For that reason, we are presenting a list of psychologists, psychiatrists and counselors who recognize that cluttering is often often one of a manifestation of behaviors relating to other, diagnosable conditions, especially depression, anxiety and AD/HD.
Psychiatrists, psychologists and counselors are welcome to attend meetings and are given time to discuss their ideas of treatment or methods of helping.
Any therapists, psychiatrists, psychologists listed below are presented as a public service.
www.clutterless.org /Professionals/professional_relations.htm   (547 words)

  
 Emotions
A set of different-coloured dots links to a list of emotions: sad, angry, confused, guilty, anxious, curious, positive, and clicking on a dot allows the user to access helpful information on handling that feeling.
The fact sheet, dated 2004, is produced and published on the Web by the Royal College of Psychiatrists, and will be of particular interest to parents and teachers.
The fact sheet is produced and published on the Web by the Royal College of Psychiatrists, and will be of particular interest to parents and teachers.
omni.ac.uk /browse/mesh/D004644.html   (919 words)

  
 Psychotherapy - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Psychoanalysis was the earliest form of psychotherapy, but many other theories and techniques are also now used by psychotherapists, psychologists, psychiatrists, personal growth facilitators and social workers.
Psychotherapy outcome research -in which the effectiveness of psychotherapy is measured by questionnaires given to patients before, during, and after treatment- has had difficulty distinguishing between the different types of therapy.
Given that psychotherapy is restricted to conversations, practitioners do not have to be medically qualified, but to guarantee the medical safety of psychotherapy, a basic acquaintance with psychiatric and psychological considerations is typically a part of their training.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Psychotherapy   (2738 words)

  
 Neurology - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Although many mental illnesses are believed to be neurological disorders affecting the central nervous system, traditionally they are being classified separately, and are treated by psychiatrists.
Neurologists are responsible for diagnosing and treating all of the above conditions, except for surgical interventions, which fall into the responsibility of neurosurgeons, and in some cases interventional neuroradiologists.
In some countries, additional legal responsibilities of a neurologist include making a finding of brain death when it is suspected that a patient is deceased, and filing the necessary paperwork for issuance of a death certificate.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Neurology   (2738 words)

  
 BDSM - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Psychiatrists are now moving towards regarding sadism and masochism not as disorders in and of themselves, but only as disorders when associated with other problems such as a personality disorder.
11.1 Lists of BDSM authors, artists and photographers
BDSM ideas and imagery have existed on the fringes of Western culture throughout the twentieth century.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/BDSM   (3050 words)

  
 Salon.com Technology Flameproof racism
As well as the obvious, and numerous, biologists, the list includes mathematicians, psychologists, physicians, psychiatrists, computer scientists, anthropologists, philosophers and at least one professor of religious studies among the regular posters.
A quick unscientific survey of list members indicates that the diversity of topics -- and readers -- may be one of the civilizing influences on the list.
The list has nearly 2,000 subscribers, among them some of the most distinguished names in the field.
www.salon.com /tech/feature/2000/08/30/evpsych/print.html   (2198 words)

  
 BDSM - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Psychiatrists are now moving towards regarding sadism and masochism not as disorders in and of themselves, but only as disorders when associated with other problems such as a personality disorder.
BDSM activities are practiced by male and female individuals of all sexualities: gay or straight, or bisexual, as well as the transgendered.
BDSM is a term which describes a number of related patterns of human sexual behaviour.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/BDSM   (2773 words)

  
 misc214
2 A grandfather” provision may be added for a waiver of the coursework for psychiatrists who are also psychologists, as well as psychologists who hold a doctoral degree in Mental Health (the certification examination will be not waived).
(2) Psychologist certified to prescribe”means a licensed, doctoral-level psychologist who, after undergoing specialized training and successfully completing a [national standardized examination] accepted by the [state board of psychology], has received from the [state board of psychology] a valid certificate granting prescriptive authority, which has not been revoked or suspended.
Amendment to the state controlled substances act to ensure that psychologists certified to prescribe are authorized prescribers of controlled substances.
www.lib.lsu.edu /special/apa/misc214.htm   (833 words)

  
 Dog-Play: Find a Therapy Pet Group to Join
We also actively collaborate with other animal organizations in our area, because we believe that bringing our species together in therapeutic settings not only helps humans, it also increases their understanding of and appreciation for animals and their value--thus, ultimately benefiting the animals and their status in society as well.
Therapy Dogs of Georgia (TDOG) is a non-profit organization that provides animal assisted therapy to schools, nursing homes, assisted living facilities and private practicing psychiatrists.
Canine Outreach, Incorporated is organized exclusively for the charitable, scientific, and educational purpose of providing, through its members, well-trained, affectionate, and obedient dogs for therapeutic contacts with the elderly, the disabled, and the young in hospitals, homes, nursing facilities, schools, and pre-schools or other locations.
www.dog-play.com /join.html   (833 words)

  
 Listserver Options for WILSONS-LIST
WILSONS-LIST is intended for all health care professionals, patients, families, friends and others interested in Wilson's Disease--what it is, how to treat it, where to get help, who to contact for support and advice.
The discussion group is especially aimed at neurologists, gastroenterologists, geneticists, ophthalmologists and psychiatrists who treat Wilson's Disease patients.
It is also intended for patients and families who need to know where to get help regarding treatment, screening and support.
www.acsu.buffalo.edu /~drstall/wilsons-listoptions.html   (833 words)

  
 Islam Online- News Section
Within the context of tackling social problems in the Algerian society, the watchdog’s executive staff, comprising psychiatrists, sociologists and legal members, will follow scientific research means to reach solutions to these problems before forwarding the drawn studies to the concerned officials in all government sectors, he maintained.
The watchdog was established in cooperation between the Algerian committee for public health promotion and the European Union, which offered 100,000 euros in aid to support the watchdog, to sponsor the initiative.
More than 90% of those children were brought up by Algerian families, especially following the enactment of a legislation in 1992 allowing this practice, according to the study.
www.islamonline.net /English/News/2005-02/09/article05.shtml   (746 words)

  
 Information leaflet about antidepressants from the Royal College of Psychiatrists
Antidepressants are helpful but, like many other medicines, some of the benefit is due to the placebo effect.
Antidepressant drugs and generic counselling for treatment of major depression in primary care: randomised trial with patient preference.
Recent studies have suggested that over a period of a year, many of these psychotherapies are as effective as antidepressants.
www.rcpsych.ac.uk /info/factsheets/pfacanti.htm   (746 words)

  
 Psychiatry - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
There is evidence this leads some psychiatrists to prescribe advertised drugs instead of more appropriate, better, or cheaper drugs (or prescribing them when drugs are not needed at all).
Psychiatric illnesses are generally characterised as disorders of the mind rather than the brain, although the distinction is not always obvious.
Inpatients are confined to a hospital where they receive their psychiatric care (voluntarily in the majority of cases, but sometimes involuntarily in severe or dangerous cases).
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Psychiatry   (2107 words)

  
 List of psychiatric drugs - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
This is a list of psychiatric drugs or medications used by psychiatrists to treat mental illness or mental distress.
Please note, drugs might be referred to by either their generic or trade names.
This page was last modified 10:01, 19 November 2005.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/List_of_psychiatric_drugs   (68 words)

  
 Associations in psychology
The American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry is a professional medical organization comprised of child and adolescent psychiatrists trained to promote healthy development and to evaluate, diagnose, and treat children and adolescents and their families who are affected by disorders of feeling, thinking and behavior.
The Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology is a Division within APA that is also an organizational affiliate of APS.
A national non-profit organization devoted to education, advocacy and research related to the early recognition and treatment of trauma-related stress in children and the understanding and treatment of adults suffering from trauma-generated disorders.
www.psychology.org /links/Organizations/Associations   (4259 words)

  
 A-Team.org The False Accusations Email List for those wrongly accused.
The participants on the list are indivuals some of who have been wrongly accused who have an interest in these topics, their families and friends, and professionals such as attorneys, trial consultants, psychologists, private investigators, medical doctors, psychiatrists and researchers among otheres.
This is a closed discussion list dealing with the topics of false accusations of child abuse, domestic violence, rape, sexual harassment, and related issues.
A listserv is an electronic mailing list whereby you can post the same message to a large group of people who share an interest with you.
www.a-team.org /false_accusation_list.html   (274 words)

  
 Neuroguide.com - Neuroscience Mailing Lists
In addition, to be approved for this list, it is necessary that you send, in a separate message, a short summary of your positions and training (a few sentences is enough) and your full postal address, telephone and fax numbers to the coordinator of the list (Helene OGIER, Paris, France, e-mail: 101323.501@compuserve.com).
CiteTrack Home Page - a service that will alert you by e-mail whenever new content in the Journal of Neuroscience or another participating journal is published that matches criteria based on the topics, authors and articles you want to track.
STROKE-BR: E-mail list for medical academics interested in discussing stroke issues
www.genetics.gla.ac.uk /neil/neurolist.html   (881 words)

  
 News Releases
Psychiatrists at Rush University Medical Center are the first in Chicago to use a vagus nerve stimulator (VNS), an implantable, pacemaker-like device, as a therapy to treat long-term, treatment-resistant depression (TRD) in adults.
For these people, treatment may attempts may have included psychotherapy, antidepressant medications and sometimes electro-convulsive therapy, but they are effective for a short while and stop working over time.
Several studies have shown that VNS Therapy may modulate neurotransmitters such as serotonin and norepinephrine thought to be involved in mood regulation, according to Zajecka.
www.rush.edu /webapps/MEDREL/servlet/NewsRelease?ID=684   (629 words)

  
 BBC NEWS Magazine When gays were 'cured'
Professor Spitzer, who helped have homosexuality removed from the American Psychiatric Association's list of mental illnesses in 1973, has had his work dismissed as "dangerous nonsense" by gay groups and some psychiatrists.
But, he adds, some individual doctors or therapists still believe people who want treatment for homosexuality have a right to it, although, he adds, they are reluctant to speak out because of the anger the subject provokes.
These days, people concerned about their sexuality are more likely to be offered counselling to help them come to terms with it.
news.bbc.co.uk /1/hi/magazine/3258041.stm   (1147 words)

  
 Sign Languages Dictionaries Reference English LoCuaL
List of signs organized alphabetically and by corresponding lesson.
Developed from the research of anthropologists, archaeologists, biologists, linguists, psychiatrists, psychologists, semioticians and others who have studied human communication from a scientific point of view.
An online American Sign Language (ASL) browser where one can look up videos of thousands of ASL signs and learn interesting things about them.
locual.com /D/Idioma/English/Reference/Dictionaries/Sign_Languages   (201 words)

  
 The New York Review of Books: China's Psychiatric Terror
The diagnoses made in both the political dissident and Falun Gong cases, ranging from "delusions of reform" to "paranoid psychosis," are highly reminiscent of the long-discredited label of "sluggish schizophrenia" that the Soviets used to apply to their dissidents and religious nonconformists.
But whatever further inquiry may show, the fact that dissidents are sent to an Ankang, diagnosed there as "political maniacs," and imprisoned, according to official sources, for an average of five years is a violation of their human rights and of the international medical standards which China insists it follows.
Munro's eloquent and convincing study reveals is that from the 1950s onward not only Chinese dissidents but people who submitted petitions to the authorities have been detained by the police, examined by psychiatrists, and found to be criminally insane—or, if found mentally "normal," designated as criminals to be cast into the prison system.
www.nybooks.com /articles/16082   (3880 words)

  
 Latest news on self harm
The list, which would be held centrally on computer, would be available to psychiatrists and other health specialists across the country as a means of assessing the risk that individuals pose to themselves.
A Database of every Scot who deliberately self-harms is being planned in a bid to dramatically reduce suicides.
This page provides a summary of news items on self harm.
www.mentalhealth.org.uk /profilenews.cfm?pagecode=&areacode=mh_self_harm_news   (1918 words)

  
 Say No To Psychiatry - The Danger and Harm of the Sham Pseudoscience Known As Psychiatry
Psychiatrists grossly neglect to point out the potential harm of psychiatric drugs to their patients, such as tardive dyskinesia, tardive dementia, general dulling of awareness, emotional numbing, and cognitive dysfunction.
This link supplies much information on the various types of psychiatric drugs and their dangers.
The result of modern psychiatric theories and methods is the denial of everything comprising man's "inner" personality of thoughts, feelings, values, hopes, dreams, intentions, goals, and ultimately, life itself.
www.sntp.net   (1777 words)

  
 Violence in sports - Encyclopedia.WorldSearch
Violence in sports may include threats, verbal abuse, or physical harm and may be carried out by athletes, coaches, fans, spectators, or the parents of young athletes.
Previous rivalry feelings between two competitors might also induce violence during a sporting event; such is the case of WNBA basketball stars Lisa Leslie and Tina Thompson: high school teammates, they were rivals for their team's starting role at the center position.
Competitive sports, such as football, ice hockey, basketball, may involve aggressive tactics, but actual violence in sports falls outside the boundaries of good sportsmanship.
encyclopedia.worldsearch.com /violence_in_sports.htm   (2403 words)

  
 Number of Florida Killers Volunteering for Execution Growing - from Tampa Bay Online
Hill, the first killer executed in the nation for anti-abortion violence, wanted to use his death to push his belief that the killing of those who perform abortions was justified to defend unborn children and to encourage others to follow his path.
Nationwide, Florida has the second largest number of inmates executed who have dropped their appeals since the death penalty was reinstated nationwide in 1976.
Abe Bonowitz, executive director of Floridians for Alternatives to the Death Penalty, believes many of the inmates who drop their appeals are wanting the government to help them commit suicide.
www.fadp.org /news/TampaBayOnline-20030905.htm   (816 words)

  
 Helpful Long island psychologists information online
A multidisciplinary team of psychiatrists, psychologists and professional counselors work cooperatively and consistently with dedication to the best interest of each patient.
Legal infor for educational psychologist in californ - Page Excerpt: This week, an eccentric wealthy compulsive eater, targeted for a sting by a gang of young criminals, turns out to be about 3000 years old and rather dangerous.
I didn't quite get the ending, but I think the gist was she has survived all these centuries by regularly devouring opportunistic young men, and feeding bits of them to her equally ancient dog.
www.1longislandpsychologists35.info   (1150 words)

  
 WVA News: More than 450 state employees have six-figure salaries - - The Intelligencer/Wheeling News-Register
Of the 100 highest-paid employees last year, 72 were doctors and psychiatrists in state prisons or facilities for the mentally ill, mentally retarded and developmentally disabled.
Prison officials said the two men were able to work so much overtime because there is a nursing shortage in Ohio and nationwide.
Leading the state in overtime hours were Maurice Franck and Bart Martelli, who worked as nurses at Frazier Hospital at the Orient prison complex before transferring to the Corrections Medical Center, south of Columbus.
www.oweb.com /state/story/05122003_sta6.asp   (492 words)

  
 Neuroscience, Third Edition - Sinauer Associates, Inc.
The authors provide an excellent interactive glossary on a CD-ROM, ‘Sylvius for Neuroscience: A Visual Glossary of Human Neuroanatomy’ … This book provides a valuable reference for psychiatrists, psychologists, social workers, and others seeking to understand the neurophysiological foundations of emotions and behaviors.”
It is infused with a balance of basic and clinical topics in neuroscience making it a useful source for both medical and graduate students.
The length and accessibility of the writing are a successful combination that works equally well for medical students or for undergraduate neuroscience courses in which many of the students are premeds.
www.sinauer.com /detail.php?id=7250   (1109 words)

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