Luka Magnotta was apprehended in an internet café while reading about himself on the internet. What must it have felt like to finally see himself all over the internet and on the cover of every major newspaper after spending a significant portion of his life grasping desperately at fame?
Roger Covin, Ph.D
Ottawa Psychologist, Author of "The Need to be Liked"
Dr. Roger Covin is a registered clinical psychologist in Ottawa, Ontario. He offers assessment and treatment services at Turning Corners Psychological Services, and works primarily with adolescents and adults. <br> <br> He is also author of the book <em>The Need to be Liked</em> - a book about the problems we all have in connecting with people. <br> <br> To learn more, visit www. <a href="http://www.ottawapsychservices.ca" rel="nofollow">ottawapsychservices.ca</a>
I honestly believe that psychotherapy will never compete with pharmacotherapy. There's no way to invest in the mass distribution of psychotherapy -- and if there's no money, there's no success. I am not trying to be cynical -- this is simply the world we live in.
03/27/2012 10:03 EDT
Imagine you're having coffee with your spouse or significant other. They seem a bit quiet, and you ask if everything is all right. They say that everything is fine. Do you believe them?
03/12/2012 06:11 EDT
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03/02/2012 03:54 EST
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07/19/2011 09:50 EDT
The dreaded 'S' word has been attached to various athletes, with perhaps the biggest name being Tiger Woods, whose PGA ranking has plummeted since the scandal of his affair and subsequent divorce. But how exactly does psychological stress affect athletic performance?
07/08/2011 07:47 EDT
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