By: Kathryn Kirby
Experts have told us for years that colors affect people's moods and reactions. Companies have been known to employ psychologists or sociologists to find color combinations that best fit the impression the company is trying to make. Hospitals seek their advice about colors for keeping...
By: Be
Feminist therapists have assisted other counselors in answering questions pertaining to basic assumptions of the profession in regards to woman. Feminist therapists hold the belief that "the person is political." Along with this belief, feminist therapy has contributed greatly to the counseling and the...
Psychological counseling systems: The existential approach to multicultural counseling
By: Be
When working with multicultural clients, existential concepts provide therapists with varied approaches. Gerald Corey in THOERY AND PRACTICE OF COUNSELING AND PSYCHOTHERAPY highlights: "Existential counseling is probably the most useful approach to helping clients of all cultures find meaning and harmony in their lives because...
By: Cathleene Filmore
Tips for Combating Worry Do you find yourself among the millions of Americans who lie awake at night? Do you get caught up in the furry when a problem arises? Does the excitement make your gut turn inside out? Perhaps you are even among the...
By: Roy C Dudgeon
Why Evolution and Progress Are Not the Same Thing:The discipline of anthropology has long made use of the concept of evolution. Biological evolution, for example, is the key to understanding the origins of the human species, which is studied by physical anthropology. An understanding of...
By: Be
Aaron Beck developed an approach known as cognitive therapy, which grew from an interest in his clients' "automatic thoughts." Gerald Corey in THOERY AND PRACTICE OF COUNSELING AND PSYCHOTHERAPY (2001) describes: Beck defined these "automatic thoughts" as personalized notions triggered by particular stimuli leading...
By: Lashaunta Tanksley
Letting go of someone you love is hard from losing a loved one to a first love. Everyone has the capacity to love in some sort of way because we all have hearts. Like no other sin is greater than the next, no other love...
By: Roy C Dudgeon
Trends in the Evolution of Cultural Complexity:In the anthropological literature, cultural complexity refers to both the scale of social organization and the level of technological sophistication. Anthropologists speak of more and less complex societies in order to avoid value laden terms such as "primitive" and...
By: Johan Dahlberg
Abraham Maslow, an American psychologist who studied the human behavior, published a theory in 1943 known as Maslow's hierarchy of needs. According to this theory, our needs, being everything from essential physical requirements to the need of love and appreciation, are ranked in a specific...
By: Be
Humanistic therapy is a method therapist use to focus on clients' subjective, conscious experiences. Just as behavior therapists, humanistic therapists focus more on what clients are experiencing in the present. The major form of humanistic therapy is person-centered therapy, which includes specific philosophies, and definite...

 

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