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SAGE Psychology & Psychiatry

SAGE Publications Ltd.

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SAGE Psychology & Psychiatry

SAGE Psychology & Psychiatry

SAGE Publications Ltd.

47
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56
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Welcome to the official free Podcast site from SAGE for Psychology & Psychiatry.SAGE is a leading international publisher of journals, books, and electronic media for academic, educational, and professional markets with principal offices in Los Angeles, London, New Delhi, and Singapore.

Latest Episodes

Who’s Multiculturally Competent? Everyone and Nobody: A Multimethod Examination

In this episode ofThe Counseling Psychologist podcast series, Editor Bryan Kim discusses the TCP article "Who’s Multiculturally Competent? Everyone and Nobody: A Multimethod Examination" with Dr. Melanie Wilcox and Ms. Danielle Franks, first and second authors on the article.

21 MIN1 w ago
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Who’s Multiculturally Competent? Everyone and Nobody: A Multimethod Examination

Relationship Matters 95: "Daily Stress and the Stress of Being a Sexual Minority"

Ashley Copper (Florida State University, USA) discusses her research on the effects of stigma from being a sexual minority vs. more common stress in same-sex couples

13 MIN3 w ago
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Relationship Matters 95: "Daily Stress and the Stress of Being a Sexual Minority"

Asian Values, Intergenerational Conflict, Needs, and Attachment in Asian/Asian American Women’s Disordered Eating

In this episode ofThe Counseling Psychologist podcast series, Editor Bryan Kim discusses the TCP article "Asian Values, Intergenerational Conflict, Needs, and Attachment in Asian/Asian American Women’s Disordered Eating" with author Dr. Suejung Han.

16 MIN3 w ago
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Asian Values, Intergenerational Conflict, Needs, and Attachment in Asian/Asian American Women’s Disordered Eating

A meta-analysis of acculturation and enculturation: Bilinear, multidimensional, and context-dependent processes

In this episode ofThe Counseling Psychologist podcast series, Editor Bryan Kim discusses the TCP article "A meta-analysis of acculturation and enculturation: Bilinear, multidimensional, and context-dependent processes" with Drs. Eunju Yoon and Latifat Cabirou, two of the article's authors.

17 MIN3 w ago
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A meta-analysis of acculturation and enculturation: Bilinear, multidimensional, and context-dependent processes

"That day no one spoke": Florida Puerto Ricans' Reaction to Hurricane Maria

In this episode ofThe Counseling Psychologist podcast series, Editor Bryan Kim discusses the TCP article “‘That day no one spoke’: Florida Puerto Ricans' Reaction to Hurricane Maria” with lead author Dr. Cristalis Capielo Rosario.

22 MIN3 w ago
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"That day no one spoke": Florida Puerto Ricans' Reaction to Hurricane Maria

The Presenting Concerns of Transgender and Gender Nonconforming Clients at University Counseling Centers

In this episode ofThe Counseling Psychologistpodcast series, Editor Elect Bryan Kim discusses the TCP article "The Presenting Concerns of Transgender and Gender Nonconforming Clients at University Counseling Centers" with author Dr. Lisa Platt.

22 MINFEB 12
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The Presenting Concerns of Transgender and Gender Nonconforming Clients at University Counseling Centers

Development and Initial Validation of the Perceived Classism Experiences Scale

In this episode ofThe Counseling Psychologistpodcast series, Editor Elect Bryan Kim discusses the TCP article "Development and Initial Validation of the Perceived Classism Experiences Scale" with lead author Dr. Klaus Cavalhieri.

16 MINFEB 12
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Development and Initial Validation of the Perceived Classism Experiences Scale

The Good Mothering Expectations Scale: An International Instrument Development Study

In this episode ofThe Counseling Psychologist podcast series, Editor Elect Bryan Kim discusses the TCP article "The Good Mothering Expectations Scale: An International Instrument Development Study" with lead authors Dr. Karen O'Brien and Dr. Sung-Kyung Yoo.

20 MINJAN 29
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The Good Mothering Expectations Scale: An International Instrument Development Study

Child and Adolescent Psychiatry International Relations (CAPIR): building bridges for psychiatry workforce capacity with Pacific Island nations

Building bridges for psychiatry workforce capacity with Pacific Island nations: The February 2020 Australasian Psychiatry podcast features an interview with Dr. Nick Kowalenko, discussing the span of work of child and adolescent psychiatrists in Australia and New Zealand in recent years aimed at collaborative efforts to build mental health capacity in the Pacific Island Nations. Field mental health activites from this project have included mentoring programmes, leadership training, support for delivery of CAMH services and building trusted networks for the future

15 MINJAN 21
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Child and Adolescent Psychiatry International Relations (CAPIR): building bridges for psychiatry workforce capacity with Pacific Island nations

Spending as Social and Affective Coping (SSAC): Measure Development and Initial Validation

In this episode ofThe Counseling Psychologist podcast series, Editor Elect Bryan Kim discusses the TCP article "Spending as Social and Affective Coping (SSAC): Measure Development and Initial Validation" with co-authors Dr. Alexander Rice, Ms. Yunkyoung Garrison, and Dr. William Liu.

35 MIN2019 DEC 24
Comments
Spending as Social and Affective Coping (SSAC): Measure Development and Initial Validation

Latest Episodes

Who’s Multiculturally Competent? Everyone and Nobody: A Multimethod Examination

In this episode ofThe Counseling Psychologist podcast series, Editor Bryan Kim discusses the TCP article "Who’s Multiculturally Competent? Everyone and Nobody: A Multimethod Examination" with Dr. Melanie Wilcox and Ms. Danielle Franks, first and second authors on the article.

21 MIN1 w ago
Comments
Who’s Multiculturally Competent? Everyone and Nobody: A Multimethod Examination

Relationship Matters 95: "Daily Stress and the Stress of Being a Sexual Minority"

Ashley Copper (Florida State University, USA) discusses her research on the effects of stigma from being a sexual minority vs. more common stress in same-sex couples

13 MIN3 w ago
Comments
Relationship Matters 95: "Daily Stress and the Stress of Being a Sexual Minority"

Asian Values, Intergenerational Conflict, Needs, and Attachment in Asian/Asian American Women’s Disordered Eating

In this episode ofThe Counseling Psychologist podcast series, Editor Bryan Kim discusses the TCP article "Asian Values, Intergenerational Conflict, Needs, and Attachment in Asian/Asian American Women’s Disordered Eating" with author Dr. Suejung Han.

16 MIN3 w ago
Comments
Asian Values, Intergenerational Conflict, Needs, and Attachment in Asian/Asian American Women’s Disordered Eating

A meta-analysis of acculturation and enculturation: Bilinear, multidimensional, and context-dependent processes

In this episode ofThe Counseling Psychologist podcast series, Editor Bryan Kim discusses the TCP article "A meta-analysis of acculturation and enculturation: Bilinear, multidimensional, and context-dependent processes" with Drs. Eunju Yoon and Latifat Cabirou, two of the article's authors.

17 MIN3 w ago
Comments
A meta-analysis of acculturation and enculturation: Bilinear, multidimensional, and context-dependent processes

"That day no one spoke": Florida Puerto Ricans' Reaction to Hurricane Maria

In this episode ofThe Counseling Psychologist podcast series, Editor Bryan Kim discusses the TCP article “‘That day no one spoke’: Florida Puerto Ricans' Reaction to Hurricane Maria” with lead author Dr. Cristalis Capielo Rosario.

22 MIN3 w ago
Comments
"That day no one spoke": Florida Puerto Ricans' Reaction to Hurricane Maria

The Presenting Concerns of Transgender and Gender Nonconforming Clients at University Counseling Centers

In this episode ofThe Counseling Psychologistpodcast series, Editor Elect Bryan Kim discusses the TCP article "The Presenting Concerns of Transgender and Gender Nonconforming Clients at University Counseling Centers" with author Dr. Lisa Platt.

22 MINFEB 12
Comments
The Presenting Concerns of Transgender and Gender Nonconforming Clients at University Counseling Centers

Development and Initial Validation of the Perceived Classism Experiences Scale

In this episode ofThe Counseling Psychologistpodcast series, Editor Elect Bryan Kim discusses the TCP article "Development and Initial Validation of the Perceived Classism Experiences Scale" with lead author Dr. Klaus Cavalhieri.

16 MINFEB 12
Comments
Development and Initial Validation of the Perceived Classism Experiences Scale

The Good Mothering Expectations Scale: An International Instrument Development Study

In this episode ofThe Counseling Psychologist podcast series, Editor Elect Bryan Kim discusses the TCP article "The Good Mothering Expectations Scale: An International Instrument Development Study" with lead authors Dr. Karen O'Brien and Dr. Sung-Kyung Yoo.

20 MINJAN 29
Comments
The Good Mothering Expectations Scale: An International Instrument Development Study

Child and Adolescent Psychiatry International Relations (CAPIR): building bridges for psychiatry workforce capacity with Pacific Island nations

Building bridges for psychiatry workforce capacity with Pacific Island nations: The February 2020 Australasian Psychiatry podcast features an interview with Dr. Nick Kowalenko, discussing the span of work of child and adolescent psychiatrists in Australia and New Zealand in recent years aimed at collaborative efforts to build mental health capacity in the Pacific Island Nations. Field mental health activites from this project have included mentoring programmes, leadership training, support for delivery of CAMH services and building trusted networks for the future

15 MINJAN 21
Comments
Child and Adolescent Psychiatry International Relations (CAPIR): building bridges for psychiatry workforce capacity with Pacific Island nations

Spending as Social and Affective Coping (SSAC): Measure Development and Initial Validation

In this episode ofThe Counseling Psychologist podcast series, Editor Elect Bryan Kim discusses the TCP article "Spending as Social and Affective Coping (SSAC): Measure Development and Initial Validation" with co-authors Dr. Alexander Rice, Ms. Yunkyoung Garrison, and Dr. William Liu.

35 MIN2019 DEC 24
Comments
Spending as Social and Affective Coping (SSAC): Measure Development and Initial Validation
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