Topic: Educational psychology

Grant Will Increase Number of Mental Health Providers for Underserved Populations

July 29, 2013

The College of Education has received a $418,305 federal grant to provide specialized training to 15 educational psychology doctoral students who will be working with integrated health care teams to deliver behavioral health services to underserved populations.

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People with Self-Compassion Make Better Relationship Partners

Oct. 8, 2012

Practicing self-compassion not only makes individuals healthier and happier but also is a good predictor of healthy romantic relationships, according to a new study by University of Texas at Austin educational psychologists Kristin Neff and Tasha Beretvas.

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Bilingual and Ethnic Minority Psychologists Will Increase With Educational Psychology Grant

Sept. 21, 2010

The first Graduate Psychology Education Program grant to be awarded to a Department of Educational Psychology has been given to The University of Texas at Austin for the training of doctoral psychology students in integrated health care.

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Men, Depression, Psychotherapy the Focus of National Conference

June 3, 2010

Venus and Mars in Therapy, Anger Busting 101 and Ethical Issues in Working with Men are a few of the topics to be addressed by national men's health experts at the second annual National Psychotherapy with Men Conference, hosted this weekend by The University of Texas at Austin's College of Education.

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