Lecture 2 2011 - Autumn2011(Who is this man Psychology 1 SuicidePrevention&Crisis(2721616 2 TeenParentsProgram(2731055 3

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Psych 2820 Community Outreach Autumn 2011 (Who is this man?)
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Some Examples of Community  Psychology 1. 2. Teen Parents Program (273-1055) 3. Challenge Industries (272-7514)
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Empathy, Assistance & Referral Service EARS Offers Peer Support Many times, students can get the support they need by talking to another student. Cornell community is fortunate to have a program called EARS (Empathy, Assistance, & Referral Service), a peer support service sponsored by the Dean of Students’ Office of Student Support . Through EARS, highly trained and rigorously selected student volunteers offer personal counseling, and/or guidance for problem-solving and decision-making. Confidentiality: When you call EARS, your confidentiality and anonymity are assured. Free: EARS support is offered to students at absolutely no cost. Drop in: EARS is located at 211 Willard Straight Hall (one floor below the Ivy Room ) and is open Sunday–Thursday 3–11 pm. No appointment is needed. Phone: Call EARS at 607 255-EARS (255-3277)
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Psychopathology in Spiritual Terms
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Psychopathology in Moral Terms
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The Erotic Drive The Erotic Drive Pleasure in an idea Chatting Having fun Loving Your Best Friend Hugh Grant etc. Sexual Pornography Innocent Flirting Heavy Flirting Making Out Heavy Petting Sexual Intercourse
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H avin g Am b it ion s Debat e U lt im at e Fr isb ee Con t act  Spor t s St even  Seagall et c Violen ce Por n ogr aph y Givin g Som eon e t h e Fin ger Scr eam in g at  Som eon e Th r ow in g a Pu n ch Beat in g Som eon e Badly Rape/M u r der   The Aggressive Drive The Aggressive Drive
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Psychopathology in Freudian  Terms 1. repressed (causing physical and psychological  symptoms) or are not sublimated enough (leading  to destructive, impulsive behaviors. 2. Psychological (and so community) health depends  on good judgment, maintaining empathy for others,  constructive outlets for aggression, generative  expressions of love and sexuality, maintaining  perspective while experiencing animal impulses  (and other powerful but not necessarily rational  feelings and thoughts).
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Our focus this term: Geoffrey Canada, the Harlem Project
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Geoffrey Canada’s Project Canada knew there were success stories out there. There were always reports in the newspapers about ''special'' kids who ''overcame the odds.'' Some brilliant
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