Self-Help for Anxiety: Tips from CBT

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Description: There is a LOT of talk, research and theorizing these days about stress and anxiety including discussion of the possibility that there is an epidemic of anxiety among high school, college and university students and emerging adults in general. Early, over-simplistic blame has been laid on smartphone and social media use among adolescents and… Read more »

Self-Help with Social Stress: Getting Through 1st Year

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Description: The move to college or university from high school environment can be a difficult one. In particular, first-year students often struggle with different versions of social stress which are really focused on whether or not there to be able to measure up in their new learning environment. The article linked below talks about a… Read more »

Selfies and Other Smart Phone Self-Help Opportunities

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Description: I have posted a couple of links already to articles discussing research looking at different issues related to the taking of Selfies. Rather than being something exotic, it’s clear that the taking of Selfies and the conducting of research involving the taking of Selfies is going to become more common theme in the psychological… Read more »