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The Best vs. Good Enough
Mental health and Coronavirus (COVID-19)
Links Between Eating Disorders and Traumatic Experiences
Detecting Autism in Adults
Attachment and Narcissistic Personality
Friend or Fiend
On Feeling Annoyed by Others
Are Today's Young Adults Becoming "Generation Lonely"? Understanding loneliness in a culture that values product over process. It’s clear...
Psychotherapy Main Concepts
(Sigmund Freud's couch used during psychoanalytic sessions can be found at the Freud Museum. Image licensed under Creative Commons)...
When Shame Affects Your Intimacy
Shame is like a thick coating of black tar that sits on top of what would be a natural and healthy sexual desire and arousal response....
Psychotherapy is a tool and like all tools, it has been designed to help us overcome an inborn weakness and to extend our capacities...
Depression is a serious, but common, condition. It often causes people to feel sad or empty for long periods of time. It can also affect...
Going to Couples Therapy
Couples who are having problems in their relationship may benefit from attending a counselling session that focuses entirely on their...
Why Art Therapy Works
A recent study underscores the potential role of art therapy in recovery. As an approach to mental health, art therapy has heavily relied...
Almost nothing else represents the emergence of spring, as the beloved yellow daffodil, happy and bright after a long winter's nap. Some...
Understanding Behavioral Therapy for Autism
How's a parent to manage behavioral choices for autism? Although there is no cure for autism, various interventions diminish the...
Why you need to go and see a therapist
In almost all countries and communities around the world, there is one central (usually unvoiced) suspicion that arises whenever someone...