Blogging for Psychology Today: The Web of Violence

Sherry L. Hamby’s latest blog post (April 12) on The Web of Violence:  Exploring violence and victimization  is  Parents:  How to help teens deal with unhealthy relationships . . . Parents make a difference as teens explore the world of romantic relationships.

In January, she wrote Don’t Blame the Haystack for the Needle . . . Mental health care cannot revert to never-ending institutionalizations.  One can subscribe to the Web of Violence feed.

For Dr. Hamby’s other activities see What does a Research Professor of Psychology do?

Psychology Today describes itself as “devoted exclusively to everybody’s favorite subject:  ourselves.”

The magazine, dating to 1967, continues to publish six issues per year. has “gathered renowned academics, psychiatrists, psychologists and authors in our field to contribute their thoughts and ideas on what makes us tick – there are over 750 of them – creating a truly live stream of what’s going on in ‘psychology today’.