The Huffington Post just published my article titled “Why I Don’t Trust Psychologists, Thanks to Idaho State University.” Here’s an excerpt:
“Maybe you could talk to a counselor about that.”
That’s what a good friend wrote to me a few months ago after I confided in her. I had mentioned the enormous stress in my life. The bouts of sadness. The loneliness I was feeling.
Talking to a counselor or psychologist is the kind of advice I used to give all the time. For most of my life, I was a big believer in the power of counselors and psychologists to guide us through life’s challenges. After all, it was a psychologist in a university counseling center who helped me cope with the loss of my mother at the tender age of 17.
But when I read my friend’s suggestion to talk to a counselor, anger coursed through my veins. The last person I would ever talk to would be a psychologist. Just thinking of psychologists made me want to scream.
That’s because I’ve lost my trust in psychologists and the psychology profession, thanks to Idaho State University.
Head on over to The Huffington Post to read the full article. And if you like it, share it!
P.S.: To further understand how ISU violated standards in the psychology profession, please read “Behind ISU’s Blatant Violations of Professional Standards Are Shadows of Discrimination Against Jun Yu.”
My husband Jun Yu is fighting against injustice in higher education. ISU ruined his 5 yrs of education & future, and denied him the PhD he rightfully earned. Learn more and support his cause at Generosity.com. #JusticeForJun