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Dr. Kalea Chapman Doctor of Psychology

Specialty: Clinical Psychology
Pasadena, California
Kalea Chapman, Psy. D, is a psychotherapist at Rose City Center, near Old Town Pasadena in California. He is about to complete a post-doc at Rose City Center.
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10 Blogs on Depression by Dr. Kalea Chapman Doctor of Psychology 1 Comment Posted in: Blog Posts in Mental Health Someone recently asked me if there were seriously really any blogs worth reading. Pause. Pause longer. It depends. Funny thing to say on a blog, but maybe not. ... Read on »
10 Stories on DSM-V by Dr. Kalea Chapman Doctor of Psychology Posted in: Blog Posts in Mental Health Ken Pope’s listserv has been positively percolating with stories on the revision of DSM-V. It would be a full time job keeping up with the various controversie ... Read on »
11 Misconceptions About Mindfulness Meditation by Dr. Kalea Chapman Doctor of Psychology Posted in: Blog Posts in Mental Health Found a classic meditation text, Mindfulness in Plain English by Bhante Henapola Gunaratana online for free. Shambhala publications re-released the book last y ... Read on »
12 Steps to Motivating When You’re Depressed by Dr. Kalea Chapman Doctor of Psychology Posted in: Blog Posts in Mental Health I’m just passing this on, in case someone might find it useful. There’s nothing more irritating to a depressed person than being told you should just do blah blah blah. ... Read on »
3.2 Million Social Security Numbers Accidentally Leaked by Dr. Kalea Chapman Doctor of Psychology Posted in: Blog Posts in Mental Health From time to time, I post articles related to data security. Ken Pope does a nice job keeping up with these. Why post these? Because data security is entirely ... Read on »
A bill of goods. In Let Them Eat... by Dr. Kalea Chapman Doctor of Psychology Posted in: Blog Posts in Mental Health A bill of goods. In Let Them Eat Prozac: The Unhealthy Relationship Between the Pharmaceutical Industry and Depression, David Healy, M.D. notes that the big pharma ver ... Read on »
A blog of note: The Neurocritic.... by Dr. Kalea Chapman Doctor of Psychology Posted in: Blog Posts in Mental Health A blog of note: The Neurocritic. Just another great blog that keeps an eye on science and trends in scientific thought. The full name of the blog is: The Neurocritic: ... Read on »
A Dash Of Color by Dr. Kalea Chapman Doctor of Psychology Posted in: Blog Posts in Mental Health Courtesy of the Neuro Images blog, by way of the always excellent Mind Hacks. Sure, they said the field of psychiatry (and by extension psychology) used to be ... Read on »
A Diagnosis Emerges? Pediatric Bipolar by Dr. Kalea Chapman Doctor of Psychology Posted in: Blog Posts in Mental Health Does pediatric disorder exist? Who decides what the criteria are? Furious seasons has a fact-filled post today on exactly this topic. What is most curious abou ... Read on »
A divide in the practice of psyc... by Dr. Kalea Chapman Doctor of Psychology Posted in: Blog Posts in Mental Health A divide in the practice of psychology. One of the nice things about psychology is that it encompasses a variety of approaches. The therapists do have an eye on curren ... Read on »
A few more thoughts on Biologica... by Dr. Kalea Chapman Doctor of Psychology Posted in: Blog Posts in Mental Health A few more thoughts on Biological Bases of Behavior. That’s what they like to call it. But what does that mean? Since being alive is biological, then isn’t all behavi ... Read on »
A guest post from Alan Karbelnig... by Dr. Kalea Chapman Doctor of Psychology Posted in: Blog Posts in Mental Health A guest post from Alan Karbelnig, Ph.D., past-president of the San Gabriel Valley Psychological Association, among many endeavors. Dr. Karbelnig writes about the hazards ... Read on »
A paucity of research on longter... by Dr. Kalea Chapman Doctor of Psychology Posted in: Blog Posts in Mental Health A paucity of research on longterm use of antidepressants. Some important points from a New York Times article on the lack of information about the long-term use of antid ... Read on »
A piece at Business Day (Zimbabw... by Dr. Kalea Chapman Doctor of Psychology Posted in: Blog Posts in Mental Health A piece at Business Day (Zimbabwe) makes some nice points about depression. The referrence The Loss of Sadness by two sociologists, Allan Horowitz and Jerome Wakefield. ... Read on »
A piece in the San Francisco Chr... by Dr. Kalea Chapman Doctor of Psychology Posted in: Blog Posts in Mental Health A piece in the San Francisco Chronicle confirms that APA overwhelmingly voted down the moratorium on interrogations. This seems like a case of APA falling short, but I’m ... Read on »
A post from Wired on the over-me... by Dr. Kalea Chapman Doctor of Psychology Posted in: Blog Posts in Mental Health A post from Wired on the over-medication of America. It dovetails nicely with another observation at Furious Seasons. The Furious Seasons post may be a flat-out rant, bu ... Read on »
A preliminary study. Read the ex... by Dr. Kalea Chapman Doctor of Psychology Posted in: Blog Posts in Mental Health A preliminary study. Read the excellent article on mindfulness and ADHD at Sharp Brains: The Brain Fitness Authority. It’s written by Dr. David Rabiner, clinical child p ... Read on »
A role in prescription privilege... by Dr. Kalea Chapman Doctor of Psychology Posted in: Blog Posts in Mental Health A role in prescription privileges?! There’s been some press on psychologists’ role in interrogations, for instance, at Salon.com, the New Yorker, Vanity Fair. On Fr ... Read on »
A tragic disconnect. A friend of... by Dr. Kalea Chapman Doctor of Psychology Posted in: Blog Posts in Mental Health A tragic disconnect. A friend of a friend of mine had a tragic thing happen to her. It had to do with what I’m calling the mind-body disconnect. She had had an extensive ... Read on »
A very broad domain. Psychologis... by Dr. Kalea Chapman Doctor of Psychology Posted in: Blog Posts in Mental Health A very broad domain. Psychologists are expected to have knowledge of biological and neural bases of behavior, and psychopharmacology. This includes areas like neuroana ... Read on »