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    • 1.

      Chronic Depression - Can A Long Term Solution Be Found?

      by Joe Stevens - 2006-12-03
      Treatment for depression has come a long way in the past several years. Most individuals that have depressive symptoms for more than a couple of weeks now have a smorgasboard selection of different an...
    • 2.

      Norwalk Juicers And Gerson Therapy Can Help In The Battle With Cancer

      by Piers Crispin - 2006-12-08
      The Story of Norwalk Juicers The story of the Norwalk Juicer began a long time ago. The development of the original hydraulic press juicer almost a hundred years ago, eventually led to the Norwalk Ju...
    • 3.

      Introduction to Psychotherapy - What the Therapist Actually Does

      by J North - 2006-12-08
      ListeningWhilst some traditional therapists might be described as adopting the stance 'I know; I'll tell you', the stance I advocate is one of 'You know; you tell me'. Bowlby 1988First and foremost th...
    • 4.

      Introduction to Psychotherapy- Letting Go

      by J North - 2006-12-08
      Every therapist who adopts a psychoanalytic perspective has long recognised that, to be effective, therapy requires that a patient not only talks about his memories, his ideas and dreams, his hopes an...
    • 5.

      Ten Tips for a Happier - Healthier Mind

      by Courtenay Cameron - 2006-12-12
      Number ONE: Accept Yourself Learn to love yourself. Sever dislike of yourself can lead to guilt, shame and depression. Believe in your own abilities and value your own uniqueness. Do this by: writing...
    • 6.

      Introduction to Psychotherapy: Sexual Problems

      by J North - 2006-12-13
      In this most intimate relation, we are all vulnerable, and we all reveal ourselves for what we are. [Storr 1964]The ability to make a mature, healthy, adult sexual relationship is one of the criteria ...
    • 7.

      Narrative Therapy: Concepts and Applications

      by Pedro T Gondim - 2006-12-13
      "A narrative or story is anything told or recounted; more narrowly, something told or recounted in the form of a causally-linked set of events; account; tale, the telling of a happening or connected s...
    • 8.

      All About Therapy Dogs

      by Kelly Marshall - 2006-12-18
      More and more therapist, doctors and mental health professionals are becoming aware of the wonderful therapeutic benefits of involving dogs in patient recovery. Dogs are used with brain injury patient...
    • 9.

      A Demand For More Art Studies

      by Rivky Shimon - 2006-12-23
      "When the creative spirit stirs, it animates a style of being: a lifetime filled with the desire to innovate, to explore new ways of doing things, to bring dreams of reality." ~ Daniel GolemanIt is di...
    • 10.

      eCounseling: What It Is and How You Can Use It

      by Lydia Quinn - 2006-12-26
      While the Internet can be used for so many things, it hasn't been used as a tool for mental health counseling until fairly recently. Now, any person who feels the need to talk to someone, can, and the...