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Earn Continuing Education by reading featured articles in Psychology Today

NBCC's offers a fantastic opportunity to earn CE credit for reading featured articles in Psychology Today!

Current Issue

March 2014

"Dreams of Glory"
"The Beat (Up) Generation"

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Current Issue

January 2014

"Meet the Supertaskers"
"Love and Power"

November 2013

"The Power of No"
"The Problem with Rich Kids"

September 2013

"Kings and Queens of Chaos"
"When Virtue Becomes Vice"

July 2013

"Love in the Time of Autism"
"What Happy People do Differently"

May 2012

"The High Art of Handling Problem People"
"The Atheist at the Breakfast Table"

March 2012

"The Perfect Amount of Stress"
"Lighten Up and Terrorized by the Tongue"

December 2011

"How to Save Your Brain"
"The Boom and Bust Ego"

November 2011

"The Uses and Abuses of Optimism"
"Your Backup Brain"

September 2011

"Self-Sabotage : The Enemy Within"
"The Art of Influence"

July 2011

"How to Spot a Narcissist"
"Sense and Sensitivity"

May 2011

"To Know Or Not To Know"
"The Idea That Wouldn't Die"

March 2011

"A Chic Critique"
"The American Nightmare"

January 2011

"Secrets of Special Agents"
"Cognitive Outlaws"

November 2010

"Endangered Arts"
"Stealth Superpowers"

September 2010

"Big Moments"
"Revenge of The Introvert"

July 2010

"The New Quitter"
"Oh Brother!"

May 2010

"Get Lucky: Five Principles for Making the Most of Life’s Twists, turns, and Coincidences"
"Go Ahead, Obsess!"

March 2010

"The Expectations Trap"
"Portrait of a Hunger Artist"

January 2010

"Hypochondria: The Impossible Illness"
"Who has a Difficult Mother?"

Psychology Today has become a resource for both professional counselors and the public, providing accessible and timely information about:

  • Relationships
  • Family issues
  • Well-being
  • Various emotional conditions

Given that counseling works from a wellness model, the magazine’s focus and content are a good fit with our profession.

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