It has long been recognized that people exposed to the same potentially traumatic events (PTEs) are affected differently. The majority of persons who experience a single PTE do not develop Posttraumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD). They may go on to experience other disorders, such as depression;… read more
When people think about psychology and psychologists, generally two things will pop up in their minds: medications and talk therapy. The first usually comes up because psychologists are often confused with psychiatrists , but also because, in other jurisdictions, they are allowed to prescribe… read more
Ethically leaning in: Imperfect allyship in psychology and social advocacy work
November 1st, 2021
Join us in exploring how to ethically navigate imperfect allyship.