By: Rachelle de Bretagne
"If the nineteenth century was the age of the editorial chair, ours is the century of the psychiatrist's couch." - Marshall McluhanJokes are often made about that couch upon which people pour out their life stories, though the purpose of the couch dates back...
By: Angela S. Young
In our efforts to take care of those we love, we sometimes realize they need more help than we can give them. The decision to tell your loved one s/he needs a psychiatrist or to find help for them is extremely difficult. The more you...
By: Brazen Teacher
A good friend of mine who used to see a psychologist said it to me best: "They make my unconscious... conscious."Okay, vague? Yes. But pertinent? Well, yes to that too.There ARE some ways for you to become friends with your own mind again-...
By: Angela S. Young
Determining quackery often involves intuition. Does your gut tell you something is not right? Has s/he talked to you in an inappropriate way? Has s/he touched you in a way that makes you uncomfortable? Does s/he argue with you about your issues instead of leading...
By: Rachelle de Bretagne
Did you know that every day of your life on earth is touched by some form of operant conditioning ? It's doubtful that the concept even passes through your mind, though indeed it forms part of every waking moment in the course of a lifetime.Human...
By: Stanley W. Shura
You can do this. Right now, before you do anything else, stop and take a slow breath. Just pause. Now, the very next thing that you need to do in the search for a good psychiatrist is to treat your problem and yourself with...
By: Harlow MaCanetty
Answering this question will depend on the person asking it. Any person in danger of hurting themselves or others should take the chance with the emergency room doctor or 911 to get triage help. For many people, when they are seeking mental health professional they...
What happens when psychology professionals use psychological mind tricks on family members
By: Be
Psychological Mind Tricks: Is that what is occurring? Family therapy is a relatively new movement and shift from the individualistic thinking. Nathan Ackerman (1958), asserted within in text, "Psychodynamics of Family Life," that a patient can be seen as the emissary of a sick...
By: Mona Gallagher
How often do people assess their errors? Once a year, a whole segment of the U.S. population makes "New Years Resolutions". Within a week or two, most of the avowed resolutions are put into storage, of the mind, and forgotten. Yet, we perform the...
By: Mona Gallagher
There are literally hundreds of different psychology theories available for study today. Have you ever wondered why there are so many theories floating around? What's the purpose?Theories provide a framework and a viable tool for other psychologists. By using these tools, they don't have...

 

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