Psychology

Counselling psychologists to the rescue for better parenting
By Bridget Rudo Gusto · 7 months ago
Counselling psychologists to the rescue for better parenting By Bridget R. Gusto Parenting, is not an easy task regardless no matter how old your child is, can be full of bad moments and amazing ones. ...
The Transformative Power of Mindset
By Wael Tawfik · 8 months ago
Mindset refers to the collection of beliefs, attitudes, and perspectives that shape our thoughts, emotions, and actions. It is a fundamental aspect of personal development and plays a crucial role in determining our success, resilience, ...
Understanding the Depths of Mental Health: Unveiling the Hidden Struggles
By Shamal Bandara · 10 months ago
Introduction In the bustling world we live in, one may assume that everyone around them is happy and carefree. However, beneath the surface, exist myriad problems that individuals grapple with silently. Mental health, a topic ...
Understanding Different Types of Trauma: A Comprehensive Overview
By Isabella Fairchild · 11 months ago
​Introduction: ​Trauma is a psychological response to an overwhelmingly distressing event or experience that exceeds one's ability to cope. It can have a lasting impact on an individual's mental, emotional, and physical well-being. Trauma can ...
8 Affordable Therapy Options for 2023 in the UK, Including CBT
By Clare Lupton · 1 year ago
Mental health is important, and many people need therapy, but it can be expensive. Fortunately, there are affordable therapy options in the UK that offer effective treatment. Here are 8 affordable therapy options for 2023, ...
Breaking Down the Benefits of Online Counselling in Alberta with Ouronlinetherapy.com
By John Smith · 1 year ago
As a professional counsellor, I have witnessed the transformative effects of counselling on individuals' lives. However, traditional counselling can be challenging for some people, especially those who live in remote areas or have busy schedules. ...
Realistic, prudent-thinking in this age
By Daniel Gallegos · 1 year ago
Summary: In contrast to nature, which stays beautiful by default, the human mind has developed a sophisticated perspective outside of its natural comfort zone in the pursuit of survival. Being confident in the face of ...
Camus on Freedom, Happiness and Suicide in Myth of Sisyphus
By Ikhenoba Joseph · 1 year ago
1.0. INTRODUCTION Approximately 1.5% of all deaths worldwide are by suicide (Fazel and Runeson, 2020). More than 800,000 people commit suicide every year – around one person every 40 seconds – (World Health Organization, 2022). ...
The need for counselling psychologists in each private and public school in Zimbabwe.
By Nadine T. Shava · 1 year ago
The need for counselling psychologists in each private and public school in Zimbabwe. By Nadine T. Shava The necessity of the role played by counselling psychologists in the learner’s experience can no longer be ignored ...
Dealing With Phobias
By Md. Faisal Ahmed · 1 year ago
Fear becomes an obsession when you have to change your lifestyle to deal with it. A phobia is an extreme or irrational fear or terror caused by a particular object or situation that significantly limits ...
Nonverbal Communication: A skill we all need
By Md. Faisal Ahmed · 1 year ago
Nonverbal communication is the act of conveying a thought, feeling, or concept thru bodily gestures, posture, and facial expressions. An observation performed at UCLA located a majority of verbal exchange to be nonverbal, despite the ...
How to Beat Anxiety: A Look Into 6 Effective Methods
By Thomas Augusto · 1 year ago
If you know anyone who is suffering from anxiety, you are aware of how much it impacts their lives. It influences every aspect of their being: from concentration to personal relationships and even their sense ...
ADHD vs "ADHO"
By Amba J Cleeve · 1 year ago
What was it that I was just about to do-*TYPE!*, I meant type...I think to myself. What a big deal, but not really. If I was to think “do” although I’d prefer to enhance my ...
Passion and Addiction
By Bruce Wilson · 1 year ago
Passion and Addiction Bruce Wilson, PhD “I am not what happened to me, I am what I choose to become.”- C.G. Jung How do passion and addiction differ? How are they similar? Could our passion ...
Planetosis and Denial
By Bruce Wilson · 1 year ago
Planetosis and Denial Bruce Wilson, PhD Planetosis: n. “A sick planet which has a cold, a fever, and some kind of weird infection. v. To be worried sick about the health of the planet, because ...
What does the Black Community think about Mental Health and Counseling?
By Dr. Marilyn Sturdivant, Dsw, Lcsw · 1 year ago
It’s not surprising that historically there has been a stigma related to mental health and the Black Community. So let’s talk about some stigmas that have suppressed our community. The statements below are not a ...
Fear and Freedom
By Bruce Wilson · 1 year ago
Fear and Freedom Bruce Wilson, PhD “Ultimately we know deeply that the other side of every fear is freedom.” Marilyn Ferguson When we have fear, we build walls to feel protected. These walls may protect ...
Our Tunnel-Vision
By Bruce Wilson · 1 year ago
Our Tunnel-Vision Bruce Wilson, PhD What pushes us to have tunnel-vision? That is, the mindset that is only focused on a particular aim, and will not notice or consider anything else. Are there any psychological ...
A Metaverse Reality
By Bruce Wilson · 1 year ago
A Metaverse Reality Bruce Wilson, PhD Meta comes from the Greek prefix and preposition meta, which means “after” or “beyond.” When combined with words in English, meta- often signifies “change” or “alteration” as in the ...
Hypnosis and Self-Knowledge
By Mal Mohanlal · 1 year ago
Most people do not understand hypnosis. Many think they cannot be hypnotised, and many believe someone hypnotises them. What they know about hypnosis is mostly from watching hypnosis performed on stage or TV. So they ...