By: Doctor Bob
I will start this commentary on Freud by defending at least one basic tenet of his teachings. That is his stern belief that everything done, said or dreamed-even the misspelling of a word-almost always has meaning.I proved this to myself when I was writing...
By: Mona Gallagher
Sigmund Freud is the father of psychoanalysis, however, he did not singlehandedly develop the science. He produced the 5 pillars of beliefs, but even his students Adler and Jung disagreed with them and moved on to develop their own branch of the science. Freud, nevertheless...
By: Rachelle de Bretagne
The different types of psychology theoriesAlthough many potential patients are unaware of the different types of psychology theories that will affect their treatment, the structure of theories is solidly based upon research and experience shown in the development of the psychological needs of human beings...
By: Ted Sherman
If a member of your family suddenly had a heart attack, you'd call 911 immediately. If your little daughter fell 20 feet out of a tree (ours did!), you'd call for an ambulance and ride to the hospital (we did!) with her. If...
By: Ted Sherman
"Oh what a tangled web we weave, When first we practice to deceive". Sir Walter Scott wrote those lines perfectly describing how most of us refuse to acknowledge our faults, and then spend years and years denying them. The only persons who can free us...
By: D. James
Jean Piaget's Cognitive Stages of Development-This learner has gained a better appreciation for Piaget's contribution. The ability to comprehend how one's mental capacity develops is very important. This new understanding will aid in the ability to communicate in a manner that is age appropriate.Jean...
By: Daphne Matthews
Seeing a psychiatrist for many people is a scary thought. Oftentimes, individuals are afraid of what others will think if they give in and seek out a psychiatrist's expertise. However, if you know you need help, a psychiatrist is the best option.Most would agree...
How to tell if a loved one should see a psychiatrist
By: Effie Moore Salem
There's nothing shameful about seeing a psychiatrist, most people would benefit from it if the price was not too high! However, sometimes they are a must regardless of the expense: When your loved one's behavior is disrupting their life and the lives of those around...
The significance of lying on the couch at a psychoanalyst's office
By: Effie Moore Salem
Fifty years ago, no self respecting psychiatrist would be seen without the most important tool of their trade, the couch. I have no idea whose idea it first was, whether it was Freud or some one else, but for sure the couch was an important...
By: Jane Gilgun
Sexual play between age peers is not sexual abuse. Curiosity about sexual body parts is developmentally appropriate, especially in young and school-age children. Sexual acts are play when spontaneous and brief, not pre-planned, and the children are about the same size and similar in physical...

 

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