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Monthly Archives: April 2014

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy: Treatment that Works

Depending on what you’re seeing a psychologist or therapist for, you’ll want to search for the right therapeutic method. If you were aiming to resolve your childhood wounds, especially if those wounds were interfering with an ability to function in the world, then perhaps psychoanalysis or dream therapy would be

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What Major Depression Looks Like in Life

Greg is a sixty year old employee of a local taxation office, who claims that the IRS has been “observing him” for the past four weeks. He believes that there were errors he accidentally made at his job about a month ago. For this reason, he feels that the federal

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Ways to Relax When Stress Is High

One of the major contributors to physical and psychological illness is the level of stress that we must manage in life. Whether it is from occupational, educational, or familial sources, stress can play a significant role in how we feel about ourselves, how we relate to others, and the level

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What Psychologists Do

If you experience challenges in your life associated with thinking, behaving, feeling, perceiving, or socializing, you might want to turn a professional in the field of psychology for help. However, there is a wide array of subcategories within the mental health field that are worthy of exploration in order to

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