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New Guidelines on Psychological Practice with Boys and Men

Let’s face it. When men are compared with women on a variety of psychological and physical health parameters, men pretty much lose across the board.  Women outlive men; indeed, in every age group, death rates for men exceed those for women.  In comparison to women, men engage in more risk-taking behavior, consume more alcohol, are more likely to use more tobacco and other substances, and are diagnosed with ADHD more frequently.  These findings provide a somewhat dreary prolegomena (at least if you’re a male) to the recently published APA Guidelines for Psychological Practice with Boys and MenClick here to read the column by Dr. Morgan Sammons of the National Register of Health Service Psychologists about these new guidelines.

Articles you may be interested in from the NIMH Update for January 2, 2019:


  • Hyperconnectivity in a Brain Circuit May Predict Psychosis
  • Studies Support Use of Team-Based Care for Early Psychosis


  • Dynamic Associations Among Motor Activity, Sleep, Energy, and Mood Could Suggest New Focus for Depression Treatment


  • New Pathways for Implementing Universal Suicide Risk Screening in Healthcare Settings:  Model Could Help Hospitals Better Identify and Aid Youth at Risk for Suicide


  • FDA Clears Mobile Medical App to Help Those With Opioid Use Disorder Stay in Recovery Programs


  • Women Veterans:  Managing Post-Deployment Stress

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