clinical psychologist


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Synonyms for clinical psychologist

a therapist who deals with mental and emotional disorders

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Low Self-Esteem In The Bedroom: How LSE Affects Intimacy by clinical psychologist Marilyn J.
The collaboration of licensed clinical psychologist, Susan Zonnebelt-Smeenge and Pastor Robert C.
The collaborative work of clinical psychologist Steven Taylor (Department of Psychiatry, University of British Columbia, Canada) and professor of psychiatry Gordon Asmundson (Research Director, Faculty of Kinesiology and Health Studies, University of Regina, Canada), Treating Health Anxiety: A Cognitive-Behavioral Approach is a solid, in-depth resource focusing especially on helping those people for whom fears of contracting a serious illness cause excessive, serious, and chronic problems with day-to-day life.
Jeffrey Gold, a clinical psychologist at Childrens Hospital Los Angeles, boarded the bus in Warner Center, where he was optimistic that being able to take public transit rather than traffic-choked freeways would boost his longevity.
A clinical psychologist on the team helps members get into the mind of the missing person.
In Economics As A Symptom Of Sadism, licensed clinical psychologist and academician Harold Kassel presents a thoughtful and thought-provoking analysis of pathology in Ameircan culture and education with special attention to the questionable endorsements economists make to advocate and justify inequlaities with respect to income.
Burbach, a clinical psychologist at Duke University Medical Center in Durham, N.
Drawing on his experiences as a school teacher, university professor, and school and clinical psychologist, Burks presents a guide to innovative evaluation techniques and intervention strategies that have worked with many children experiencing school problems.
Linda Hamilton, a Dance Magazine contributing editor, former dancer, and clinical psychologist who has a regular column in this magazine.
clinical psychologist, patient advocates and innovative financial options.
Over the succeeding years, she and Samuel, a teacher and clinical psychologist, adopted six children: Raymond, Josie and Sammy, all of Lancaster; Crysstina Gibbs of Quartz Hill; Richard of Los Angeles and Sarah.
Three new titles by clinical psychologist Herbert L.
Hacker is principal clinical psychologist in neuropsychology at University Hospital Birmingham, UK.
She's also a clinical psychologist and a nurse, and based on interviews with her clients, has taught classes that helped women have less painful childbirth experiences using hypnosis.
An ordained minister and clinical psychologist, James E.
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