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Mind control: The devastating effects of emotional abuse

Stop what you're doing. Read this entire article. Share it with your friends. Some of you may be doing this, while others are probably just ignoring it. But if I was Kilgrave, the villain in the Marvel Netflix series "Jessica Jones," you would do anything I say. Mind control....

source: By Jessica Taylor
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Terrionna Brockman writes: I wrote this piece because I find it hard to grasp that mental disorders and illnesses are not discussed enough within the black community. I believe to teach people with mental illnesses that we love and value them, we have to bring up the topic...

source: Black and Gifted Blog

Are you ready to take the next step in your career as a psych rehab practitioner? PRA has just opened the Fall 2016 applications for both the Certified Psychiatric Rehabilitation Practitioner (CPRP) and the Child and Family Resiliency Practitioner (CFRP) certification exams....

source: Psychiatric Rehabilitation Association

As Sofia partakes in fasting during Ramadan this year, her biggest challenge is far different from that of the majority of Muslims. “Most of my friends will be struggling with keeping their energy levels up, or making sure they pray on time. For most, there’s...

source: Refinery 29

Michael S. Jellinek, MD writes: I recently attended a meeting of primary care pediatricians and child psychiatrists. We were discussing what might now be possible within the medical home through the use of electronic medical records (EMRs). In...

source: Contemporary Pediatrics

One in four Americans will experience a mental health problem or misuse alcohol or drugs at some point in their lives. Yet mental health and substance abuse disorders are among the most highly stigmatized health conditions in the United States, according to a recently released...

source: Medical Xpress

What do you know about trauma? How would you define it if you had to? The best way to describe trauma is not so much by discussing the actual event that created the trauma, but by explaining that trauma is anything that overwhelms your ability to cope. In other words, you...

source: Psych Central


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