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New Books in Psychology

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  • Promoting a private equity funded trauma therapy ??

    The treatment offered by Stella for PTSD has no RTCs to show it’s effective yet it’s promoted by this podcast. Shame on you. We have enough quackery in psychology and suffering patients deserve evidence based treatments not scams.

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    It’s misogynist and homophobic and disenfranchises people who meet that criteria from mental health care and health care more broadly. And please have clinicians discuss this matter NOT literature/philosophy professors. more

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  • Brilliant

    I really enjoyed the episode where you talk with Roberta Moore, author of Emotion at Work: Unleashing the Secret Power of Emotional Intelligence. I would highly recommend this podcast to anyone interested in interviews with extraordinary psychologiests and other related experts about their book.

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