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Why Psychological Tests Are Used Today

In ancient China, psychological testing was carried out for those who wanted to enter into public service. The examinations allowed ruling dynasties to select people to work for them. Applicants had to go through days of testing, with a written examination introduced during the Han Dynasty.     In modern times, the applications of psychological […]


Psychological Testing Prior to Bariatric Surgery

Bariatric surgery encompasses a variety of procedures for weight loss performed on obese patients. Going through procedures such as gastric bypass or laparoscopic gastric banding requires long-term behavioral changes after surgery. It is for this reason that patients need to go through bariatric surgery evaluations, including a psychological assessment to determine readiness for surgery.   […]


Understanding Family Problems and Family Psychology

April 19th, 2018 @

There’s no one way to describe family relations; each family is different in their own ways. Some family members find getting along an easy enough affair while others have an extremely difficult time being nice to each other.   Since individuals are also so vastly different from each other, they come up with various solutions […]


Pressures for Young Adults and Benefits of Adult Therapy

April 19th, 2018 @

Young adults go through a range of changes, from having difficulties with peers to facing career challenges. Such experiences can be overwhelming for some, but services like adult therapy can help young people navigate as they transition from adolescence to adulthood.   The Life of a Young Adult   Young adult life is characterized by […]


Early Indicators of Learning Disabilities

April 19th, 2018 @

Parents know very well that a child’s first years are the most crucial part of their development. Their early stages are the most crucial, that’s why we put a lot of attention to it. For the child, these years are when they need their parent’s care the most. For parents, these are the years where […]


Understanding Dyslexia and Evaluating For It

April 19th, 2018 @

Having learning disabilities can be very difficult to deal with but every person deserves to live their lives as normally as they could. When it comes to dealing with these learning disabilities, early detection is key.   Among the common learning disabilities that a person might have is dyslexia. It’s a rather common condition that’s […]


In Honor of Women’s History Month We Recognize Prominent Women in the History of Psychology

March 26th, 2018 @

Beginning in 1911, Women’s History Month marks a special month on the calendar where women of all positions are celebrated for their social, economic, cultural, and political achievements. Although dominated by a majority of males, psychology is a field where women have taken initiatives and make major contributions from the Myers Briggs Type Indicator test […]


How Does Couples Therapy Work?

January 24th, 2018 @

Making a relationship work is definitely hard. Each individual is unique so when two people want to be successful in their relationship, it means they have to accept each of their strengths, as well as their imperfections. They have to be prepared to love each other completely without any underlying conditions so that they’ll be […]


Individual vs Family Counseling

January 10th, 2018 @

Many family problems can be solved without ever needing external help. But there are times when issues are too much to bear that family counseling might be needed to heal rifts and improve dynamics.   While admitting to needing help is a brave step, the question of should members seek individual counseling, or should they […]


Reasons to Undergo Psychoeducational Evaluation

December 18th, 2017 @

Do you suspect your child, or another family member may have a learning disability?  If so, talk to their teacher or school counselor to determine if they would benefit from a psychoeducational evaluation. Unless properly and professionally tested, whatever questions you have about your child’s lack of abilities will remain unanswered.   It is understandable […]


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