• December 25, 2017
    Community:(Self)Development

    One of the scariest unacknowledged parts of being a graduate student is dealing with the feelings of isolation, uncertainty, and ambiguity that we sometimes willingly evoke within ourselves. As Marriage and Family Therapy students, we learn about the importance of connection and communication between people, as well as from within us as therapists, as a […]Read More

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  • December 16, 2017
    Working Memory: A Need for Increased Awareness and Understanding Among Forensic Mental Health and Criminal Justice Professionals

    Working Memory Working memory can be defined as the ability to temporarily store information while this information is being actively processed. Working memory requires individuals to exhibit attentional control while managing and manipulating relevant information across the span of a few seconds. The capacity to perform this executive function is critical in everyday tasks such […]Read More

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  • December 9, 2017
    Thank you Anxiety

    In recent weeks, I’ve had the opportunity to talk to quite a few people about thanking or being grateful to the emotions they most wish they didn’t feel. “I hate when I get this way,” I’ve heard. And I understand. We all carry these parts of us around that we wish we could undo or do differently. […]Read More

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