New Insights Into Prevention and Management of Chronic Pain in Children and Adolescents | NCCIH

Chronic pain affects up to 40 percent of children and adolescents worldwide. It can result in negative consequences, including reductions in children’s physical and psychosocial functioning and high health care use. The risk for continued pain and the impact of childhood chronic pain on health and development in adulthood are…

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In Court-Ordered Family Reunification Camps, Kids Allege More Abuse — ProPublica

Family courts are increasingly using programs like Turning Points for Families to treat the disputed psychological theory of parental alienation. But little is publicly known about the programs’ controversial methods. Source: In Court-Ordered Family Reunification Camps, Kids Allege More Abuse — ProPublica Post Views: 222

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Former Cult Member Answers Cult Questions From Twitter | Tech Support | WIRED

Dr. Janja Lalich, a sociologist who used to be in a cult, answers the internet’s burning questions about cults. How did Charles Manson get a cult following? What’s the best movie about cults? Why did everyone in the Heaven’s Gate cult wear Nikes? How do people get brainwashed? Dr. Janja…

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NIMH » National Institute of Mental Health James S. Jackson Memorial Award

This award is named in honor of the late Dr. James S. Jackson, a renowned social psychologist who was the Daniel Katz Distinguished Professor of Psychology at the University of Michigan.Dr. Jackson’s research on race, ethnicity, racism, health, and mental health has had far-reaching impacts on the fields of disparities…

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