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Collaborative Perspectives on AddictionThe annual meeting of Div. 50, co-hosted with Div. 28, will feature numerous opportunities for examining new frontiers in the assessment and treatment of addiction.
Ethical Issues and Diagnostic Mandates in an Era of Integrated CareThe third annual APA Professional Development Training Institute, hosted at the APA building in Washington, D.C., offers 14 CE credits.
Excess work hours + family demands = higher BMI
2/25/2015 10:55:58 AM, Psych Central
Overwork can take a toll on body mass index for individuals in dual-earner families.
Addicted to busy: Four strategies to ease the guilt of burnout
2/23/2015 10:54:50 AM, Psychology Today
Tips to help address the root causes of being too busy.
Deceptive brain messages
2/23/2015 10:53:11 AM, Forbes
How defensive instincts can harm your career and what to do about them.