MS Broudy Ph.D
The Trials of Borderline Personality Disorder

Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD) is a psychological illness characterized by mood swings and abrupt changes in behavior. Although it is indeed a serious disorder, it has been highly stigmatized, primarily

Emily Mendez M.S., Ed.S.
Fluid vs. Crystallized Intelligence

Intelligence is one of the most talked-about subjects in psychology. What comes to mind when you think of intelligence? Is it the accumulation of facts? Or, the ability to solve

Tracy Smith LPC, NCC, ACS
Sociopath Definition

Sociopath is a term that refers to an individual with antisocial personality disorder. A sociopath definition describes a person who possesses the ability to form attachments and relationships with others,

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Kristen Frescoe MSc
Is My Kid a Sociopath?

So, your child is showing signs that have you worried. They lie with nothing to gain, show little to no empathy and seem to ignore what is right and wrong.

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Tracy Smith LPC, NCC, ACS
When is it Time to Go for Therapy

Mental health conditions have long been stigmatized in our society.  Individuals have been unfairly blamed for their symptoms, belittled and demeaned, and discriminated against.  Ignorant and uneducated people have wrongly

Michelle Overman LMFT
What Is Rational Emotive Behavior Therapy?

Most people have experience a certain behavior or feeling or combination of both they desire to eliminate or change. There are many theories within psychotherapy that would focus on the

Shannon V. McHugh, PsyD
How Common is an Exhibitionism Disorder?

Sex and sexuality have been studied for centuries and different cultures have their own unique perspectives about what constitutes appropriate and “normal” sexual expression and sexual conduct. What has been