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 More Info: A case of discussion, storytelling or gossip  
Submitted By administrator | Added on: 2004 March 14 | Total Visits: 13222 | Printable version

A case of discussion, storytelling or gossip

by Jackeline Plank
Clinical psychologst Jackie Plank discusses the ethics of case discussions. Read A case of discussion, storytelling or gossip here

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 More Info: Accept It!  
Submitted By Bill Petrie | Added on: 2012 October 10 | Total Visits: 9416 | Printable version

Accept It

by Bill Petrie
Bill Petrie from the The Centre for Authentic Living Blog writes about accepting self and life. Read Accept It here

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 More Info: Addiction  
Submitted By DavidvdW | Added on: 2011 November 08 | Total Visits: 16669 | Printable version

Metaphors of addiction

The cat that got the dancing fiddle

by Lana Levin
describes the physiological and behavioural process of addiction, through the use of metaphor. The
article highlights the interplay between neurological processes and behavioural process, such that
addiction is an everyday, undiscriminating struggle. Medical professionals are as much at risk as anyone
else.
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 More Info: AMINO ACID THERAPY FOR DEPRESSION.  
Submitted By DavidvdW | Added on: 2009 September 07 | Total Visits: 24465 | Printable version

Amino Acid Therapy for Depression

by Dr Renier Du Toit
Dr Renier du Toit, a qualified Clinical Psychologist, life and health coach and a Doctor of natural medicine writes about Amino acid therapy for Depression.

There is a long history of using amino acids in the treatment of depression. Amino acids were discovered in the early 1900s and used until the 1980s as the mainstay for treating of depression. Amino acids have continued to be a popular option for natural medicine modalities like naturopathy and herbalism in the treatment of depression.
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 More Info: Body image  
Submitted By DavidvdW | Added on: 2010 July 04 | Total Visits: 19367 | Printable version

Mirror, Mirror on the wall, whose body is the most beautiful of them all?

Body image and self esteem

by Liane Lurie
Our relationship with our bodies begins early on. It is the vessel with which we either develop a healthy curiosity or a destructive obsession. The way in which we view our bodies, our body image, is an area of concern throughout the lifespan, especially during the adolescent and young adult years Read Mirror, Mirror on the wall, whose body is the most beautiful of them all? here

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 More Info: Career Counselling  
Submitted By DavidvdW | Added on: 2012 July 18 | Total Visits: 12155 | Printable version

Career Counselling: Reinventing yourself at work?

Navigate your way through career transitions.

by Beverley Whitehead
Our life and work commitments are seldom static. Industrial and organisational psychologist Beverley Whitehead writes about career counselling and negotiating career transitions. Read Career Counselling: Reinventing yourself at work? here

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 More Info: Change  
Submitted By Spart | Added on: 2005 July 14 | Total Visits: 10006 | Printable version

Change

by Neville van Deutekom
This poem I wrote whilst reflecting on my own personal issues,as well as other people’s and how blinded we can be to others that may need our help/kindness etc.. Read Change here

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 More Info: Chaos theory and eldership  
Submitted By DavidvdW | Added on: 2010 April 18 | Total Visits: 18636 | Printable version

Chaos theory and eldership

by Yaro Starak
Yaro Starak draws on chaos theory, quantum psychology and the shamanic tradition and writes about eldership development. Read Chaos theory and eldership here

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 More Info: Cholesterol and depression  
Submitted By DavidvdW | Added on: 2010 September 02 | Total Visits: 14660 | Printable version

Cholesterol levels linked to depression in the elderly

by Betty Doyle
Betty Doyle descibes new research demonstrating a link between high cholesterol and depression in the elderly. Read Cholesterol levels linked to depression in the elderly here

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 More Info: Core Process Psychotherapy  
Submitted By DavidvdW | Added on: 2011 January 20 | Total Visits: 16096 | Printable version

What is Core Process Psychotherapy?

And what does it mean to me?

by Susan Groves
I was drawn to Core Process Psychotherapy as it rests on a contemplative foundation. While the training is long and rigorous, what is being cultivated is a sense of rest and being in the therapist. From this state of presence/being knowing naturally arises in the mutual field created between client and therapist. Read What is Core Process Psychotherapy? here

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