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Celebrating Hispanic Heritage In The Psychology Department

Celebrating Hispanic Heritage In The Psychology Department

This year, the Psychology Department would like to celebrate the diversity of our students and faculty members! We want to shed light on those of Hispanic Heritage in the field of Psychology who have left a lasting impression on the field! The month is reserved for the recognition and celebration of those with ancestry from Mexico, the Caribbean, Spain, and Central and South America comes at a particularly poignant and precarious sociopolitical time.

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More Growth for Patients in Less Time

More Growth for Patients in Less Time

Developed in response to the added uncertainty and pressures caused by the pandemic, the BASIC model reduces strain on therapists, provides a scalable model for addressing the needs of the community, and also has the potential to reassure people who may be nervous about therapy. “Taking baby steps toward longer-term therapy can reduce people’s fear of seeking support through long-term therapy,” said Keith Renshaw, PhD, chair of clinical psychology at George Mason.

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