Taylor Study Method Partner A Proven Learning System for Psychologists
The Taylor Study Method, developed by Triad's Chief Learning Officer, Graham Taylor, is an integrated learning program for psychology exam candidates, offered entirely online.
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Graham Taylor, the founder of Taylor Study Method and a clinical psychologist with experience in hospitals, private practice and test prep for the past 25 years, is also the host of Behavioral Health Today! The Triad podcast Behavioral Health Today is designed to share unique and relevant topics occurring within our world and communities, and bring them a behavioral and mental health perspective.
Listen to episodes of Behavioral Health Today here.
Learn more about Taylor Study Method here.
It’s well known that mental health professions are associated with burnout. That risk increases when the general population faces prolonged stress, psychotherapy is in higher demand, and students’ needs—both remote and in-person—are more taxing. As providers continue shouldering their patients’ personal difficulties alongside their own, some psychologists argue self-care isn’t an optional add-on to a busy schedule but an ethical and moral imperative for the profession.
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Listen to the Behavioral Health Today podcast episode 'How to Prepare for the EPPP with Dr. Kristen Wilkinson' here.
There are hundreds of mental health apps available now, many of those apps focusing on stress relief, hypnosis, meditation, as well as some apps designed to work in concert with in-person and talk therapy. A few of the most popular mental health apps are Talkspace, Calm, Headspace, Happfiy.
What do you think about mental health apps? Do you think these mental health apps could be helpful to those seeking mental health support? Share in the comments below!