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The exhibit is from April 27-May 11 at the Massachusetts School of Professional Psychology as part of the graduate school’s focus on global mental health this spring.
More than 100 educators discussed the latest findings of the positive impact of SEL on academics, social behavior and life.
A grant establishes a behavioral health career development program for returning veterans.
MSPP clinical psychologist offers insight into how to help those committing dating violence.
MSPP clinical psychologist offers insight into dating violence and what victims and victims parents can do. Part II will be tomorrow on how to help those committing dating violence.
Sports, The Neighborhood Files, Local Connections
Proceeds will Support Latino Mental Health Program at MSPP.
Opinion, Local Connections
October 11 is National Coming Out Day. Here are resources on coming out, what to say if someone comes out to you and more.
Some advice for parents from the Freedman Center for Child and Family Development at the Massachusetts School of Professional Psychology.
Today's column wil focus on children 10-years-old and older.
Tips for navigating the joys and challenges of parenthood from the executive director of the Freedman Center for Child and Family Development at The Massachusetts School of Professional Psychology.
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