Thursday, February 22, 2018

PSYCH IN 60

In our fast-paced world, we sometimes need information or advice quickly. Our Psych in 60 series features some of our best licensed professionals sharing great, up-to-date information on a wide range of subjects in under 60 seconds. Check out all the topics that interest you and get to know our experts with these practical videos.

LATEST PSYCH IN 60

MORE PSYCH IN 60 VIDEOS

WhatAreCognitiveDistortions copyvideo

What Are Cognitive Distortions? | Psych in 60

What Are Cognitive Distortions? Cognitive distortions are illogical or irrational ways of thinking. It's a way our minds trick us into believing that something really isn't true.We all think irrationally from time to time; however,...
Should Students with ADHD Listen to Music While Doing Homework copyvideo

Should Students with ADHD Listen to Music While Doing Homework? | Psych in 60

Should Students with ADHD Listen to Music While Doing Homework? I get asked a lot about whether students with ADHD should listen to music when doing homework. The answer is... it depends!Obviously, students with ADHD...
WhatAreAuditoryProcessingDisorders copyvideo

What Are Auditory Processing Disorders? | Psych in 60

What Are Auditory Processing Disorders? Several Psych in 60 viewers have asked me to explain Auditory Processing Disorders. First, we have to understand auditory processing.Auditory processing is what happens when your brain recognizes and interprets...
Punishment and Discipline copyvideo

What Is the Difference Between Discipline and Punishment? | Psych in 60

What Is the Difference Between Discipline and Punishment? Discipline is good. It is a guide with limitations and expectations while teaching what is appropriate. It is okay. There is nothing wrong with disciplining your child....
video

3 Guidelines to Effective Communication with Children | Psych in 60

Communication is not as simple, as we think. Most of us have a hard time with it. An assumption made is, once a child can speak, they are now able to communicate.  That is...