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The American Psychological Association just published an article on “The Therapeutic Value of Adolescents’ Blogging About Social-Emotional Difficulties.” ““It’s an interesting approach,” says David Castro-Blanco, Ph.D., Adler School core faculty member and head of the Doctor of Psychology in Clinical Psychology, Child and Adolescent Psychology Track. “It offers some encouraging ideas because the main concern with people with social anxiety is that they believe that they are going to be judged. [A] blog open to public communication can challenge this assumption.”
Click here to read more of Dr. Castro-Blanco’s insights on the research, in his interview with Medill News Service for the story “Blogging world has therapeutic potential, study finds”
Among other outlets picking up this story were the Times of Northwest Indiana/nwi.com (The blogging world may have therapeutic potential, Jan. 12).
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