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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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The Child and Family Resiliency Practitioner (CFRP) is PRA’s newest certification examination focused on eight essential competency areas. The Academy is now offering a 1-day Children's Psych Rehab Exam Primer in Oklahoma and Idaho this fall! This course is intended...

source: Psychiatric Rehabilitation Association

Join Casey Ward Goldberg, Chief Operating Officer/AVP, Credentialing for PRA at the 10th Annual National Peer Support Conference at the Sheraton Philadelphia Society Hill August 26-18. The iNAPS conference is the longest running National Conference (an internationally-attended...

source: Psychiatric Rehabilitation Association

PRA and the Foundation are excited to announce dates for the 2017 Recovery Workforce Summit. Join us at the Hyatt Regency, Atlanta, Georgia June 23 – 26, 2017! We are excited to be partnering with Georgia-PRA to host the upcoming Summit. Please note the change in...

source: Psychiatric Rehabilitation Association

African-American women with lower socio-economic status have an increased risk of depressive disorders, yet they rarely seek out antidepressants or psychotherapy because of negative attitudes and stigma associated with conventional mental health treatments. A new pilot...

source: EurekAlert

Most college students are excited to start a new year on campus with friends, while parents try not to shed tears as they watch their babies turn into adults before their eyes. Although college is portrayed in the movies as non-stop...

source: Greenwich Free Press

Latino adolescents who experience discrimination-related stress are more likely to experience anxiety, depression, and issues with sleep, according to research led by faculty members at NYU Steinhardt. These mental health outcomes...

source: Reflejos

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