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The number one software system for EMDR clinicians! Guided eye movements, auditory and kinesthetic dual attention (bilateral) stimulation, relaxation tracks, ability to bilateralize your own music and CDs and more!
Free access to papers and chapters by Endel Tulving
Collaborative website with lots of articles about neuropsychology.
Resources for teachers and students of psychology. Includes animations, video clips and handouts as well as some interactive lessons. Registration is free
An online textbook on Psychology by Russ Dewey.
The Institute of Professional Psychologists is a professional organization which represents the interests of all aspects of psychology worldwide and which promotes unity, coherence and a sense of identity across the diverse scientific and professional interests. The elected governing body represents various fields of psychology such as Applied Psychology, Occupational Psychology, Social Psychology, Developmental Psychology, Health Psychology, Sports Psychology, to name a few.
The Violent Death Bereavement Society serves as a centralized forum of information and training for service providers of loved ones and family members after violent death. The Director, Ted Rynearson, MD, is a practicing, clinical psychiatrist in Seattle, Washington. He is a national and international clinical teacher, lecturing and training clinicians and service providers who restore loved ones after violent dying.
"Most of us became counselors because we wanted to assist others in need. Yet our capacity for compassion, along with the intensity of our work can, at times, leave us vulnerable for ?compassion fatigue.? This is a term that was coined to describe the set of symptoms experienced by caregivers who become so overwhelmed by the exposure to the feelings and experiences of their clients that they themselves experience feelings of fear, pain, and suffering including intrusive thoughts, nightmares, loss of energy, and hypervigilance."
A detailed booklet that describes Depression symptoms, causes, and treatments, with information on getting help and coping.
Clinical Record Keeping software for clinicians using the Mac OS
Overviews of approaches and issues in psychology with evaluations, psychometric tests and guides.
Written and regularly updated by a lecturer in psychology, the All About Psychology website is designed to help anybody looking for informed and detailed information on psychology. Definitions, history, topic areas, theory and practice, careers, debates and study skills are all covered in detail.