By: S.D. Sommerfeld
First look for the guy with the semi-automatic assault rifle. Next keep your eyes peeled for the maniac raving and waving the hunting knife around. The guy wandering around the crowd bashing people with his bloody shovel should also be a dead give away. It...
By: Raven Lebeau
The potential for violence is created when parents take their child to a mental health professional, as was the case with the poor young man who perpetrated the recent school shooting. While mental health professionals are always damaging, they do the most damage to people...
By: Charles Rogers
Suppressing bad thoughts. In order to address this topic one first has to define "bad" thoughts. There are several ways to approach the concept of bad thoughts and depending on your background and values these approaches can be quite varying. I might suggest that there...
By: Adriana Rojas - 315848
To be truthful, it's hard to recognize some with a potentialfor violence, unless they outright become explosive that verymoment.Besides it usually takes time for all this aggression to build upit doesn't happen overnight.Most normal human beings find ways to channel their anger, likewalking...
By: Kate Moyer
Carl Jung, one of the greatest pioneers in the field of psychology, said that the only real adventure is the exploration of one's own unconscious. His advice on how best to address the restlessness and discontent that affects nearly every human being at some point...
By: Jinpa Lhamo
In the late 1980's I was the sole provider of mental health services in a remote, rural part of the US. Although specializing in adult assessment and treatment, I was occasionally called upon to assess and treat adolescents and school age children, as there was...
By: Monnie
When your in graduate school for counseling you are going to learn so many different concepts, theories, laws, schools of thoughts, models and cycles about how human behavior occurs. In drug and alcohol you'll learn about Motivational Interviewing, in Sex-Offense specific counseling you'll learn the...
By: Roxanne Dubarry
The Holy Bible recognizes the fact that human beings have a fallen sinful nature. We are not able to properly handle our violent behavior without the assistance of The Holy Spirit providing inner cleansing power to spiritually heal the violent tendencies that lays dormant in...
By: Charles Rogers
I have spent a great deal of time lately considering unconscious versus conscious processes. This is mostly likely due to my book presentation, "Strangers to Ourselves," by Timothy Wilson. The focus of the book is the adaptive unconscious, its processes, and how to adjust...
By: William Menna
The Chicago School of criminological theory aimed to move past the simple hard-line classical explanations of crime. Early theories of criminal behavior focused on the individual, touting such ideas as crime as a rational choice, born criminals, and physical features such as forehead size as...

 

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