In which one of my students examines what options are available to help transgender persons have more fulfilling lives.
In which exorcisms are contrasted with a scientifically-informed view of human behavior, emphasizing the need for therapy over superstition.
In which one of my students takes a look at some of the many “tools” you can buy to help induce a lucid dreaming state.
In which one of my students lays out how the DSM-5’s conception of substance use problems has changed significantly.
In which my student takes a look at the disturbing world of pro-anoreixa, or pro-ana, websites and culture.
In which one of my students takes a look at a population often neglected in the eating disorder literature – males.
In which my student dispels some myths about the dangers of vaccinations, both in terms of herd immunity issues and costs.
In which one of my students take a look at why vaccines get all the coverage when discussing autism, and suggests alternatives.
In which one of my students takes a look at the medicalization of sexual behavior, and finds it suspect.
In which one of my students details what techniques have been found to be useful in helping treat FOD.