Example of a Psychoeducational Guest Post

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Love & Autism 2018!

Love & Autism 2018!

What a fantastic conference!  My best friend Dan and I headed up a two-day workshop and gave the keynote sendoff talk to end Love & Autism 2018 with a bang.  Thank you to everyone who came to show support and help make this conference possible.  ...
The Internship – Baylor Scott & White Healthcare

The Internship – Baylor Scott & White Healthcare

I made it!  It has been quite the journey.  To think I started out as an Idaho farm boy, left to North Carolina at Duke University to study psychology and throw shot-puts, came to Oregon to earn a doctorate in psychology, to now find myself in Temple, Texas! It has...
The Master’s Milestone

The Master’s Milestone

I recently finished up my Master’s degree, which is integrated into the doctoral program here at Fox. Hurrah! As I sat with my colleagues during the hooding ceremony, I realized how quickly these past two years have gone by.  It seems like only a few months ago...
10 Minutes and Depression

10 Minutes and Depression

A few weeks ago, I was invited to speak at a MOPS (Mothers of Preschoolers) conference in Salem, Oregon.  My topic: Depression and Self-Care. As a man with no kids, I felt incredibly unqualified to speak to these courageous mothers.   To make matters worse, I...
One Good Friend

One Good Friend

I overheard a parent in the grocery store who was distressed that their child “only had one friend” in school.  My initial reaction was to sympathize with the child’s predicament, as this must signal some sort of social isolation.  Yet, perhaps our...
Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) in Traffic

Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) in Traffic

This morning as I was driving to campus, I believe that I noticed the principles of ACT in ACTion.  Have you ever noticed one of those “Your Speed” signs that flashes your current speed at you, and you slowed down? My thought is that if the behavior is...