Tag | Psychology

My Contribution About Vibrant Older Adults in the COVID19 Pandemic Published as Chapter in New Book

I am very honored to announce the publication of the book “Pandemic Providers”. This work resulted from the collaboration I was part of during 2020-2021 among a large group of international psychologists, researchers, and mental health advocates. It has been an honor and privilege to be part of the Interdivisional APA COVID-19 Task Force and I am grateful to my… READ MORE>>

Loneliness – What Do Studies Teach Us About How to Fight It

Why is it that certain people struggle with the effects of chronic loneliness, while others do not? A recent article in Psychology Today called “Solutions for the Solitary” offers an interesting perspective about the subjective contribution to feeling lonely. The article concluded that feelings of loneliness are not directly tied to objective measures such as a person’s number of relationships… READ MORE>>

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