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identity, resilience subconscious, Gaining awareness

Connection Between Our Subconscious and True Self

       Although common therapeutic approaches focus on a combination of helping clients to work through their past experiences and teaching them present-oriented coping skills and resilience, there is a long-standing fascination by the connection of the subconscious world and ones’ true higher self.  The subconscious was first studied by Sigmund Freud, founder of the psychoanalytic movement.  …

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emotional well being, self regulation

Adult ADHD is More Than Just a Distraction

     Adult ADHD is a disorder which is characterized primarily by a poor attention span, distractibiity, forgetfulness, impulsivity, and difficulty completing daily tasks.  Adult ADHD may be diagnosed during the young adult or middle adult years, or it may have been diagnosed during childhood or adolescence.  People with adult ADHD tend to seek help after becoming overwhelmed with …

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How Resilience Can Create Well-Being – By Dr. Rebecca Wang-Harris Phd

During the past 10 years, there has been a growing trend in psychological research toward understanding the role of resilience in coping with challenging life circumstances, ranging from trauma to daily anxiety.  The mental health field has historically focused on how to “cure” or “remove” unwanted emotions and behaviors.  However, modern research has focused on …

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Cognitive Reconstructing negative thoughts

Cognitive Restructuring for Symptoms of Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder, Generalized Anxiety Disorder, and Major Depressive Disorder by Dr. Rebecca Wang-Harris

  Cognitive restructuring is an effective therapeutic technique for negative thoughts, which can be used alone or in conjunction with medication therapy, to help a client with identifying, understanding, and gaining control over ruminating and self-defeating thought patterns.  This technique can be applied to the cognitive symptoms which are common among those who have Post-Traumatic …

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5 Rewarding Career Options for Those Interested in Psychology by Alice Palmer

Psychology is a field of study that intrigues a lot of people at one point or another. However, it is also such a broad subject that it’s not always clear what it leads to. There is not a single, direct career path that stems from psychology. This doesn’t mean that there aren’t options, however, so …

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Choosing Your Therapeutic Path: Counseling & Medication Management or Going It Alone

When it comes to breaking the cycle of addiction, one of the first choices is accepting help. It is possible to beat addiction independently, but various therapeutic paths exist, such as using medication management with licensed, professional assistance. Going It Alone Going it alone without counseling or medication management in your therapeutic path can be a …

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