Inside Look

Nature-Based Therapy and Trauma

By: Jenny Laverdure, M.S., EKU Clinical Psychology doctoral candidate

What to do About Passive Aggressive Employees?

By Dr. Jerry Palmer, associate professor, EKU Department of Psychology

Passion, persistence, and payoff

By: Richard Osbaldiston, PhD, chair and professor, EKU Department of Psychology

What is military sexual trauma and how can psychologists help survivors?

By Anna Stanton, M.S., 2LT, USAF, BSC, EKU Clinical Psychology doctoral candidate               

How do masks influence communication?

By: Sara Incera, Ph.D., assistant professor, EKU Department of Psychology

Is wearing a mask influencing how you communicate? The answer is yes. In an effort to slow the spread of COVID-19 everyone, whether you’re going shopping, to school or to work,  is wearing a mask. Masks make communication difficult in two main ways:

Policing Reform that Benefits Everyone

By: Harold Jones, EKU Clinical Psychology doctoral candidate and retired police officer

EKU’s Online Master’s in Industrial and Organizational Psychology is Named Top 10

EKU’s online master’s degree program in industrial-organizational psychology (I-O) was named among the Top 10 Best Online Master’s Programs in Organizational Psychology by Intelligent. EKU’s program ranked no. 9 in the nation.

Why Do We Dream?

Although significant in many ancient cultures, dreaming didn’t work its way into the mainstream conversation until the 1899 Freud publication, The Interpretation of Dreams. We have been fascinated with dreams ever since; however, that fascination hasn’t exactly translated into knowledge of the field.

Habits: developing the positive and breaking the negative

By: Teri Nowak, PhD, associate professor and psychologist, EKU Department of Psychology