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Psychoanalyst: Melanie Klein
Melanie Klein (1882-1960) was a highly creative and original Viennese Jewish psychoanalyst who discovered the work of Freud at the age of...
Psychoanalyst: John Bowlby
Among our deepest and seemingly most natural aspirations is the longing to form stable, satisfying relationships: to thrive in...
Psychoanalyst: Donald Winnicott
How do you build a better world? There are so many well-known, urgent places you might start: malaria, carbon emissions, tax evasion, the...
Psychoanalyst: Anna Freud
We’re particularly down on people we call ‘defensive’. They blame others for what’s probably their own fault. They hear reasonable...
Psychoanalyst: Sigmund Freud
He described himself as an obsessional neurotic. For although the father of modern psychology told us so much about our inner lives, he...
Archetypes and Analytical Psychology: Carl Jung
Exploring the realm of Carl Jung's collective unconscious and the archetypes that live within it. Sigmund Freud (front left) and Carl...
The dramatic increase in the diagnosis of ADHD has not been accompanied by a rise in clinically sign
Across the globe, ADHD prevalence is estimated around 5 per cent. It’s a figure that’s been rising for decades. For example, Sweden saw...
Taking a mere five-day break from Facebook will lower your physiological stress levels, researchers
Does the prospect of taking a “Facebook holiday” fill you with dread as you picture a life of social isolation, or does it sound like an...
Our brains rapidly and automatically process opinions we agree with as if they are facts
In a post-truth world of alternative facts, there is understandable interest in the psychology behind why people are generally so wedded...
More time spent abroad increases “self-concept clarity” – confidence in and clarity about who you ar
The idea that taking a gap year allows you to “find yourself” is often derided. But if you spend that time living in one foreign country,...