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Birth Trauma Therapy - Coping With a Traumatic Birthing Experience

May 2, 2023

What is birth trauma? What signs indicate a need for birth trauma therapy? Learn about the symptoms and psychological treatments.

'Advocating Even If Your Voice Shakes'

April 20, 2023

Sarah Fox (PsyD '26) discusses how sharing her project on gender-affirming care at Advocacy Day led to a passion for speaking up and supporting others.

PCOM's Clinical Psychology Students Shine on Match Day

April 6, 2023

PCOM's PsyD program boasts a high match rate thanks to the quality of its curriculum and students, as well as its interdisciplinary approach to patient care.

Debunking 5 Myths About Postpartum Mood Disorders

March 8, 2023

Dr. Bonacquisti, an assistant professor at PCOM, debunks five myths about postpartum mood disorders, including types, signs, symptoms, and treatment options.

Joseph Harrison (PsyD) Shares Why He Chose PCOM

February 21, 2023

Clinical psychology student Joseph Harrison discusses why he chose PCOM to pursue a career in behavioral health.

What is Mindfulness and Why is Mindfulness Important?

January 18, 2023

What is mindfulness? Why is mindfulness important? Learn how mindfulness can help people be more intentional about their behaviors and enjoy life's moments.

How to Beat the Winter Blues

December 16, 2022

For some, cold temperatures and less sunlight may lead to feelings of sadness. Stephanie Felgoise, PhD, shares tips for alleviating seasonal depression.

It's a Sign: Graduate Sees Her Name in Lights

August 31, 2022

The story of Kristine Smalls, a recent Doctor of Psychology (PsyD) graduate, and the graduation gift from her mother has gone viral.

Students Participate in Advocacy Day

May 3, 2022

The Department of Clinical Psychology hosted its annual Advocacy Day, an event that strives to promote interprofessional education among PCOM students.

A Humble Genius

April 14, 2022

Beloved professor David Festinger, PhD, is remembered as an amazing instructor and researcher—and an even better person.