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book:  https://www.pdfdrive.com/psychology-psy10111022-a-custom-edition-2nd-edi

book:  https://www.pdfdrive.com/psychology-psy10111022-a-custom-edition-2nd-edition-e187466357.html

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Also, required for each discussion are three (3) replies to at least three diffe

Also, required for each discussion are three (3) replies to at least three different classmates, due by Sunday at 11:59 pm Eastern Time. Discussions are scholarly dialogs, so while sharing what you think and not just what published authors wrote is encouraged, only stating opinion isn’t acceptable. Instead, thoughtfully integrate relevant theory and research you read about this week and strive to make connections between that academic content and your own observations and experiences. Formal citations are not required in the discussion. Your responses to the postings of other students should be relevant and substantive. Reply posts containing just a few sentences or statements of agreement or disagreement only or that stray away from the topic or repeat what another classmate has already said in his or her posts does not demonstrate substantive discussion. Please be certain to post the name of the person you are responding to in each post you make. This is essential for tracking who said what to whom. Please at minimum 100 words per reply

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Write a reflection on the role online therapy played prior to the COVID pandemic

Write a reflection on the role online therapy played prior to the COVID pandemic in 2020 as well as the role online therapy may continue to play in the future.  Instructions:  • In your paper, discuss who benefits from online therapy; examine cost and technology requirements.  • Explain what client populations benefit and will continue to benefit.  • As a future counselor, how will telehealth play a role in your practice in 10 years?  Requirements:  • Two pages minimum, 3 pages maximum in length, excluding the Title and Reference page. • APA format, including an in-text citation for referenced works.  • At least two scholarly resources.

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Uploaded is my thesis publish. -Pages 3,4,6,7,8 are the specific pages that need

Uploaded is my thesis publish.
-Pages 3,4,6,7,8 are the specific pages that need editing/revising
-You will see red annotations/comments and markups on these pages.
-Please revise/add info/edit or fix anything that is stated in the annotations or in the red markups
-If you have to add references please do so but please make sure to cite the source.

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(Title page,  introductory, and concluding paragraphs). Your document must re

(Title page,  introductory, and concluding paragraphs).
Your document must reflect critical thinking about what you are doing well and what needs changing as a result of the worksheets. You can begin by talking about skills, responses, and actions that you feel are personal strengths in self-care, then move into a discussion of areas that need work.
Please incorporate a mindfulness practice to try as part of your plan. Include a minimum of one reference cited, and be sure to give credit to that source in the content of your paper.

Please use the below handouts to assist you writing the paper on self-care. I suggest you use the bullet points as headings.
How do you cope now?(Heading #1) This sheet helps you identify what you do now to manage stress in your life and assess how well suited these strategies are to your long-term health and well-being by completing the Lifestyle Behaviors (“Is your life causing you stress?”) assessment. This can help you determine whether the coping strategies you presently use when you are stressed are, on balance, good for you or perhaps not so good. Consider how you could reduce your tendency (if you have one) to turn to coping strategies on the “negative” side of this ledger and employ those on the “positive” side instead. Decreasing or eliminating at least one “negative” coping strategy can be one of the goals of your Maintenance Self-Care plan.
What would you like to do? Filling out this checklist should highlight the good things you are already doing for yourself and whether there is an imbalance in the areas in which you practice self-care. It can also give you some ideas for other things you can do in the future to help prevent stress, burnout, and compassion fatigue and also to maintain and enhance your well-being. Make a note of the items that you would like to add (or add more of) to your self-care repertoire. In considering this, try to be sure that each domain of self-care is well represented. If you think of things that are not included in this list just add them at the end.
The  “maintenance self-care plan” document  refers to the activities that you have identified as important to your well-being and that you have committed to engage in on a regular basis to take care of yourself. As we mentioned before, there is no “one-size-fits-all” self-care plan. There are, though, some general principles: take care of your physical health, manage your stress and reduce it where possible, honor your emotional and spiritual needs, nurture your relationships, and find balance in your school and work life. In other words, to take care of yourself, you need to make a commitment to attend to all the domains of your life: body, mind, emotions, spirit, relationships, and school/work. However, because we each live unique lives with unique demands, each of us needs to figure out what that means for us and how to apply it in our lives.
My Selfcare plan. (Heading #3) The spaces provided in the  My Maintenance Self-Care Worksheet each represent (“current practice”) and those you would like to add (“new practice”). Both current and new practices will comprise your maintenance Self-Care plan – the regular activities you engage in to take care of yourself.
Identify obstacles to implementation-
(Sub heading level). Once you have identified these practices, it is useful to identify possible barriers or obstacles that could get in the way of implementing and maintaining them. You can revisit this topic and revise your list as you become more familiar with the demands of school. For now, though, think about what you anticipate these barriers/obstacles to be, how you can address them, and how you can remind yourself to follow your plan. Write these solutions.
If you have chosen to limit or eliminate a negative coping strategy that you currently use, note this as well.

Conclusion (Heading #4). Write a brief concluding paragraph

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Write a reflection on the role online therapy played prior to the COVID pandemic

Write a reflection on the role online therapy played prior to the COVID pandemic in 2020 as well as the role online therapy may continue to play in the future.  Instructions:  • In your paper, discuss who benefits from online therapy; examine cost and technology requirements.  • Explain what client populations benefit and will continue to benefit.  • As a future counselor, how will telehealth play a role in your practice in 10 years?  Requirements:  • Two pages minimum, 3 pages maximum in length, excluding the Title and Reference page. • APA format, including an in-text citation for referenced works.  • At least two scholarly resources.

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(Title page,  introductory, and concluding paragraphs). Your document must re

(Title page,  introductory, and concluding paragraphs).
Your document must reflect critical thinking about what you are doing well and what needs changing as a result of the worksheets. You can begin by talking about skills, responses, and actions that you feel are personal strengths in self-care, then move into a discussion of areas that need work.
Please incorporate a mindfulness practice to try as part of your plan. Include a minimum of one reference cited, and be sure to give credit to that source in the content of your paper.

Please use the below handouts to assist you writing the paper on self-care. I suggest you use the bullet points as headings.
How do you cope now?(Heading #1) This sheet helps you identify what you do now to manage stress in your life and assess how well suited these strategies are to your long-term health and well-being by completing the Lifestyle Behaviors (“Is your life causing you stress?”) assessment. This can help you determine whether the coping strategies you presently use when you are stressed are, on balance, good for you or perhaps not so good. Consider how you could reduce your tendency (if you have one) to turn to coping strategies on the “negative” side of this ledger and employ those on the “positive” side instead. Decreasing or eliminating at least one “negative” coping strategy can be one of the goals of your Maintenance Self-Care plan.
What would you like to do? Filling out this checklist should highlight the good things you are already doing for yourself and whether there is an imbalance in the areas in which you practice self-care. It can also give you some ideas for other things you can do in the future to help prevent stress, burnout, and compassion fatigue and also to maintain and enhance your well-being. Make a note of the items that you would like to add (or add more of) to your self-care repertoire. In considering this, try to be sure that each domain of self-care is well represented. If you think of things that are not included in this list just add them at the end.
The  “maintenance self-care plan” document  refers to the activities that you have identified as important to your well-being and that you have committed to engage in on a regular basis to take care of yourself. As we mentioned before, there is no “one-size-fits-all” self-care plan. There are, though, some general principles: take care of your physical health, manage your stress and reduce it where possible, honor your emotional and spiritual needs, nurture your relationships, and find balance in your school and work life. In other words, to take care of yourself, you need to make a commitment to attend to all the domains of your life: body, mind, emotions, spirit, relationships, and school/work. However, because we each live unique lives with unique demands, each of us needs to figure out what that means for us and how to apply it in our lives.
My Selfcare plan. (Heading #3) The spaces provided in the  My Maintenance Self-Care Worksheet each represent (“current practice”) and those you would like to add (“new practice”). Both current and new practices will comprise your maintenance Self-Care plan – the regular activities you engage in to take care of yourself.
Identify obstacles to implementation-
(Sub heading level). Once you have identified these practices, it is useful to identify possible barriers or obstacles that could get in the way of implementing and maintaining them. You can revisit this topic and revise your list as you become more familiar with the demands of school. For now, though, think about what you anticipate these barriers/obstacles to be, how you can address them, and how you can remind yourself to follow your plan. Write these solutions.
If you have chosen to limit or eliminate a negative coping strategy that you currently use, note this as well.

Conclusion (Heading #4). Write a brief concluding paragraph

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Go to the TED Talks website and search “Psychology as a Science.” Many of the sp

Go to the TED Talks website and search “Psychology as a Science.” Many of the speakers whose talks appear in the search are famous Psychologists, researchers, or authors that you have already heard of ( i.e. Philip Zimbardo, Teri Duckworth Martin Seligman, Helen Fisher, Paul Bloom, Amy Cuddy). Pick one of the videos that sounds interesting to you and watch it. Make sure the presenter really is a psychologist, for example, Monica Lewinski is in the search results and is NOT a psychologist or a researcher in a related field. Do not pick a video by a non-psychologist. After watching the video, write a forum discussion post about the video you watched. Be sure to clearly identify which video you watched and the speaker and give a very brief description of why the speaker is qualified to speak on this topic. Briefly summarize the main points of the TED talk and why it was interesting to you. It is ok even to state whether the speaker was or was not an interesting speaker. Discuss whether this talk relates to topics you have learned as a psychology major (state which class you learned it in, if you like) and your future career interests in any way.
Include a link to the talk you watched at the bottom of your po

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Please complete Exercise 4.8 on page 51 in your Workbook (found at the bottom of

Please complete Exercise 4.8 on page 51 in your Workbook (found at the bottom of the moodle page). The overall instructions are in the workbook. For this class, remember the general guidelines – correct grammar, professional wording, NO CONTRACTIONS!
If the Career Center on Campus does not have information on the company that you are interested in, look for the company’s official website online.
Once you have completed answering the items, submit the following on this forum (NUMBERED AND LABELED AS LISTED HERE):
For this post, please do the following:
1. The name of the Company you chose.
2. The specific job that you chose.
3. Question B1: What would you wear if the interview was tomorrow?
4. Question B2: What would be the perfect interview “uniform” if you had one month to plan?

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Go to the TED Talks website and search “Psychology as a Science.” Many of the sp

Go to the TED Talks website and search “Psychology as a Science.” Many of the speakers whose talks appear in the search are famous Psychologists, researchers, or authors that you have already heard of ( i.e. Philip Zimbardo, Teri Duckworth Martin Seligman, Helen Fisher, Paul Bloom, Amy Cuddy). Pick one of the videos that sounds interesting to you and watch it. Make sure the presenter really is a psychologist, for example, Monica Lewinski is in the search results and is NOT a psychologist or a researcher in a related field. Do not pick a video by a non-psychologist. After watching the video, write a forum discussion post about the video you watched. Be sure to clearly identify which video you watched and the speaker and give a very brief description of why the speaker is qualified to speak on this topic. Briefly summarize the main points of the TED talk and why it was interesting to you. It is ok even to state whether the speaker was or was not an interesting speaker. Discuss whether this talk relates to topics you have learned as a psychology major (state which class you learned it in, if you like) and your future career interests in any way.
Include a link to the talk you watched at the bottom of your po