Luckily, one was found. “Someside effectshere and there, but all things considered I feel pretty fortunate that I not worse off.”Both husband and wife admit that some days are tougher than others. “We taking it day by day,” said Lindsey. It’s possible.

The University of Bath has recently appointed a new Postgraduate Skills Training Coordinator, Dr Tracey Stead, who took up the post on 10 September.The new post is funded by ‘Roberts money’, provided by the UK Research Councils for Generic Skills Training (GST) and career development of research postgraduates.Dr Stead will be working with faculties, schools and departments to assist them to embed skills development into research degree programmes. The aim is to develop, provide and source developmental training for research postgraduates and to coordinate provision across the institution.Dr Stead will be looking at ways to coordinate and expand the current provision within the University, using both internal and external experts and training providers.The new post will be based in the Careers Advisory Service, alongside the Research Staff Career Development Advisor, Dr Ghislaine Dell, who provides similar support and career advice for research staff.Dr Stead will liaise closely with Dr Lisa Isted, Head of the Graduate Office, Dr Simon Inger in the Staff Development Unit and Dr Alan Wheals in his role as Director of Postgraduate Research Development (see Related Links).Dr Stead graduated from the University of Edinburgh in 1997 with a BSc in Ecological Sciences, and in 2002 completed a PhD in Freshwater Ecology at Queen Mary, University of London, publishing in various leading journals in the field. Since then she has worked as a civil servant in the Government Statistical Service as a statistician.

It is a shame that many children cannot find themselves in books. Even as adults, we prefer characters that we can relate to. The sad truth must be in the money. Some of my favorite television shows are whodunits and most today are cop shows. I can usually guess who the murderer was by who seems to be the least likely suspect. Why else would the individual be a character if not a suspect.

While a family physician or general practitioner may offer a preliminary diagnosis, only a mental health specialist offers the experience and skills necessary to diagnose this condition reliably.Learn more: What Causes OCD? and The Course of Obsessive Compulsive DisorderTreatment for OCDAccording to the National Institute of Mental Health, there are a variety of effective treatment strategies professionals employ to help a person with OCD. Typically these strategies include a comprehensive treatment plan that focuses on weekly individual psychotherapy, along with certain types of psychiatric medications (if appropriate).Specific types of therapy used to treat this condition include cognitive behavioral and behavioral techniques, such as Exposure and Response Prevention (EX/RP) therapy. Based upon decades worth of research, these techniques are highly effective in helping to eradicate the problematic behaviors and thoughts associated with OCD.