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 More Info: AMINO ACID THERAPY FOR DEPRESSION.  
Submitted By DavidvdW | Added on: 2009 September 07 | Total Visits: 22951 | 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: Core Process Psychotherapy  
Submitted By DavidvdW | Added on: 2011 January 20 | Total Visits: 14651 | 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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 More Info: Depression  
Submitted By ncokaziz | Added on: 2006 October 18 | Total Visits: 9452 | Printable version

Cognitive Triads and Depression

by Ncokazi Floyd, Msc Clin Psych
A systems therapist views on deprssion and the cognitive triads. Read Cognitive Triads and Depression here

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 More Info: Dr. Aharon M Segal, Ph.D.  
Submitted By AHARON | Added on: 2009 February 26 | Total Visits: 11071 | Printable version

On Burnout

by Dr Aharon M Segal, Ph.D.
Some of the symptoms of burnout?
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 More Info: Dr. Tracy Watson  
Submitted By dr.tracywatson | Added on: 2008 April 26 | Total Visits: 10824 | Printable version

Impact of Cutaneous Disease on the Self-Concept

An Existential-Phenomenological Study of Men and Women with Psoriasis

by Dr. Tracy Watson
The aim of this article is to focus on the meaning-making experience of men and women who suffer from psoriasis and the impact of this on the various dimensions of the self-concept. Read Impact of Cutaneous Disease on the Self-Concept here

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 More Info: Dr. Tracy Watson  
Submitted By dr.tracywatson | Added on: 2008 April 26 | Total Visits: 12243 | Printable version

Skin Shrinking: Skin Over Matter

Psychodermatology

by Dr. Tracy Watson
Impact of Psyche on the Skin Read Skin Shrinking: Skin Over Matter here

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 More Info: Dr. Tracy Watson  
Submitted By dr.tracywatson | Added on: 2008 April 26 | Total Visits: 10452 | Printable version

Getting Under The Skin

INSCRIPTION OF DERMATOLOGICAL DISEASE ON THE SELF-CONCEPT

by Dr. Tracy Watson
INSCRIPTION OF DERMATOLOGICAL DISEASE ON THE SELF-CONCEPT
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 More Info: Is love enough  
Submitted By DavidvdW | Added on: 2009 March 04 | Total Visits: 9565 | Printable version

Is love enough?

Into the darkness or Why is this so sore

by David van der Want
Psychologist and Couples Therapist David van der Want offers some odeas about why love hurts so much Read Is love enough? here

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 More Info: Marital therapy  
Submitted By DavidvdW | Added on: 2011 January 19 | Total Visits: 23924 | Printable version

Love's great Service

Thoughts and a case vignette of Couple Therapy

by David van der Want
Very often pain that is being experienced in a marriage is the smarting of an earlier wound, perhaps a wound we acquired as a child in the marriage that created us. And where this is the case a similar process is usually happening for our partner – the pain that he or she is experiencing is the activation of an old wound, a long-ago experience that happened to another person, to the child that we once were. Read Love's great Service here

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 More Info: Metaphor in psychotherapy  
Submitted By DavidvdW | Added on: 2010 September 02 | Total Visits: 15123 | Printable version

Metaphors in psychotherapy

by Dr Aharon Segal
In this paper Johannesburg based Clinical Psychologist Dr Aharon Segal describes the therapeutic potential of metaphor in psychotherapy. Read Metaphors in psychotherapy here

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