Our Partnership Begins When You Purchase an Online Course

How Does Our Partnership Begin When You Purchase an Online Course?

Our Partnership Begins When You Purchase an Online Course. Purchasing and taking one of Dr. D’Arienzo’s online courses is just the beginning of your relationship with D’Arienzo Psychology. Dr. D’Arienzo posts interpersonal or relationship and psychology related videos two to three times per month located on the blog section of drdarienzo.com located at /home/resources/ These videos build on concepts you will learn about in the courses offered. Access to these videos is free to everyone; however, those who have completed his coursework will find the videos to be most useful. These educational videos will continue to assist you in maximizing, remembering, and applying the skills that you have learned. We look forward to assisting you with all of your online psychology skills based training and education in the future.

Sample Videos: See these video samples below on the 30 Second Marriage Savings Rule, Parenting Versus Babysitting, and Signs That a Relationship Is Over. These are the types of videos that build upon previous coursework that will be relevant to you if you take any of our online courses.









Dr. Justin A. D’Arienzo, Psy.D., ABPP

Board Certified Clinical Psychologist Clinical, Forensic, and Performance Psychology


Tricare Psychology, Counseling, and Mental Health Care

Tricare Psychology, Counseling, and Mental Health Care. Military psychology plays a pivotal role in supporting the mental health and well-being of service members, their families, and retirees. Understanding the unique challenges faced by these individuals is essential, as is providing comprehensive care through programs such as TRICARE Mental Health Services. This article delves into the significance of military psychology and the benefits offered by TRICARE for those serving, their loved ones, and those who have served. Military Service Mental Health Psychological and Counseling Center in Florida Understanding Military Psychology. Military psychology focuses on the psychological aspects of military life, combat, and the aftermath of service. It encompasses a wide range of mental health services aimed at addressing issues such as PTSD, anxiety, depression, and the stressors associated with military duties and transitions back to civilian life. The goal is to offer support that is both preventive and therapeutic, ensuring the mental resilience and well-being of the military community. TRICARE Mental Health Services: A Comprehensive Approach. TRICARE, the health care program serving Uniformed Service members, retirees, and their families, provides extensive mental health services. These services are designed to support the unique needs of the military community, including: Access to Care: TRICARE ensures access to mental health care without the need for referrals for active duty members. Family members and retirees can also access services with minimal barriers, emphasizing the importance of early and effective intervention. Diverse Treatments: The program covers a wide array of mental health treatments, including….

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When a student makes a threat at school what do you do

When a Student Makes a Threat at School, What Do You Do? When a student makes a threat within a school environment, it’s a critical moment that demands a swift, comprehensive, and nuanced response. As psychologists, it’s clear that such situations are complex and involve numerous factors, including the mental health of the student, the safety of the school community, and legal considerations. Here are key steps schools should take in response to a threat: Immediate Action and Assessment
Ensure Immediate Safety: The first priority is to ensure the safety of all students and staff. This may involve securing the area, notifying security personnel, and possibly even a temporary lockdown, depending on the nature and severity of the threat. Evaluate the Threat: It’s essential to quickly assess the credibility and specificity of the threat. This involves determining whether the student has the means, motive, and opportunity to carry out the threat. Professionals trained in threat assessment should be involved in this process.
Involving the Right Resources. Mental Health Evaluation: A critical next step is to have the student evaluated by a mental health professional. This evaluation can help determine the underlying issues contributing to the threat, such as emotional distress, psychological disorders, or external pressures. Collaboration with Law Enforcement: In cases where the threat is deemed credible and specific, it’s crucial to involve law enforcement agencies. They can provide additional security, guidance, and ensure that any legal requirements are met.

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