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American Psychological Association blocking therapists from learning effective treatments for PTSD In the wake of enormous controversy about its role in the participation of psychologists in the usage of torture to extract information from prisoners at Guantanamo Bay and in other parts of the world, an interview just carried by Truthout reveals a fresh round of criticism that has been directed toward the American Psychological Association . Regarding to Pennsylvania psychologist, Carole Stern, ACEP’s President-elect, ‘As disheartening since it has been for us as psychologists to understand our professional organization did not take immediate and decisive ethical measures with people who participated in the government’s use of torture, the harm being performed by the APA’s position here is actually a lot more far-reaching.’ Related StoriesStudy analyzes psychological stress of family caregivers following Alzheimer's diagnosisStudy suggests a neural pathway through which early life tension may contribute to depressionEstradiol fluctuation may enhance emotional sensitivity to psychosocial tension during menopausal transitionACEP has been actively wanting to obtain the APA to lift its ban for more than a 10 years.Leavitt also addressed the latest Senate acceptance of a supplemental war appropriations bill that would provide an extra $275 million for FDA. The additional funds could possibly be well deployed, he stated . This content is republished with kind permission from our close friends at The Kaiser Family members Foundation. You will see the entire Kaiser Daily Health Plan Survey, search the archives, or sign up for email delivery of in-depth coverage of wellness policy developments, discussions and debates.

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