By: Colette Georgii
SIGMUND FREUD: THE FOUNDER OF PSYCHOANALYSISSigmund Freud is noted for the founding of Psychoanalysis, having started out as a medical doctor or clinical neurologist. His most important theories for Psychology and Psychoanalysis were The Structural Theory of Personality, Ego Defense Processes, and the Theory of...
By: Be
Color Psychology: kaleidoscopic allusionThe bright yellow sun beams rays of warmth upon our skin. The purple cape wrapped around the little girl who is running around makes her feel like a queen of royalty. The blue sky encircles us in serenity while the lavender perennials...
By: Kate Kennedy
Psychiatry has changed. Anyone who is considering seeing a psychiatrist needs to understand those changes before they begin their search.Over a relatively brief period, the world of psychiatry has a made a quantum shift. Consequently, the psychiatrists who are practicing today have assumed a...
By: Opal Elaine Moyer
Serial killers are the most difficult to understand or, rather, the reasoning behind their actions are difficult to comprehend. The drives behind these killings can vary from case to case. Fetishes and hatred of the opposite sex can be motivators in these killings. Two...
By: Rita Chaney
Look around you. Color is everywhere. Color psychology is based on the premise that colors arouse feelings in humans. Research on color reveals people feel and respond in predictable, consistent patterns when exposed to a color. There are two basic ways that color communicates meanings-by...
By: D. James
Transference, the projection of a client's past emotional experience onto their therapist (Callahan, Corey & Corey, 2003), takes training and experience to utilize as a therapeutic tool. Most pointedly a client's transfer of racist hatred or aggression from a past experience would certainly be a...
By: Mike Coski
How do you know if you need to see a Psychiatrist? Read the Psychiatrist bible titled "The DSM-IV diagnostic manual". In this manual you'll find anything from Generalized anxiety to Borderline Personality Disorder. A word of caution to the would-be patients of mental-illness out there...
By: Rachelle de Bretagne
When one discusses legacy, this has little bearing on the lifespan of a human being, and much more to do with the effects that their lifetime had on humanity as a whole. A legacy is what you leave behind you, and in the field of...
By: Ted Sherman
There's an old joke that could just hint about malpractice. The psychiatrist tells the patient he has done everything possible to make the patient comfortable while she's on the couch during the session. "I've assured you that you're a very beautiful young lady, and you...
By: Rachelle de Bretagne
When discussing legacy, it isn't the lifetime of the human being that counts. What does count is what their lifetime stood for, and what they left behind for humanity. Abraham Maslow was born as the elder son of Jewish Immigrants, in 1908. His parents aspirations...

 

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