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Therapist or Patient: Who’s in Charge?

Therapist or Patient: Who’s in Charge?

Let’s talk about psychotherapy. Why hasn’t it changed much in the last century? And if a patient isn’t getting well, is it the fault of the patient, the therapist or... The post Therapist or Patient: Who's in Charge? first appeared on World of Psychology.
The Role of Self-Awareness in Therapy

The Role of Self-Awareness in Therapy

Self-awareness is a necessary part of healing. Without awareness, we’d live a life perpetuating the patterns that can work against us in various ways emotionally, relationally, behaviorally, or otherwise. Being able to reflect on ourselves emotionally,...
Podcast: Value of Personal Mental Illness Stories

Podcast: Value of Personal Mental Illness Stories

Openly sharing our personal mental health stories can help others know they’re not alone, especially when it’s a rarely-discussed or taboo subject. In today’s Not Crazy podcast, our guest Rachel... The post Podcast: Value of Personal Mental Illness Stories first appeared on World of Psychology.
Podcast: How to Mentally Prepare for Anything

Podcast: How to Mentally Prepare for Anything

What’s the worst that could happen? And who will you still be regardless of the outcome? In today’s podcast, Gabe talks with author Shira Gura about her newest method CLEAR,... The post Podcast: How to Mentally Prepare for Anything first appeared on World of Psychology.
Re-booting our Capacity to Cope with the Corona Virus: Strategies

Re-booting our Capacity to Cope with the Corona Virus: Strategies

Facing unknowns is very difficult. Facing an ever growing list of unknowns ups the challenge.  The most looming unknown is COVID-19. It is a matter of life and death. As we continue to face this pandemic we are hit with the news of over 207,000 deaths,...
Books and Movies that Inspire Screenwriters

Books and Movies that Inspire Screenwriters


Many of us are working from home during the COVID-19 Pandemic. It’s the safest option right now. Meanwhile, we’re all trying to figure out how to order food from our local restaurants without killing ourselves in the process....
Imposter Syndrome: Impact on Black Women

Imposter Syndrome: Impact on Black Women

The term “imposter syndrome” was coined by psychologists Pauline R. Clance and Suzanne A. Imes in 1978 to describe an “internal experience of intellectual phoniness in people who believe that they are not intelligent,...
How To Change Your Behaviors & Thoughts

How To Change Your Behaviors & Thoughts

Do you feel that you are able to change ingrained patterns of behavior that you have had for a long time? If not, you’re not alone! Most people feel that behaviors (as well as thoughts) are difficult to change....
Learning To Trust Yourself Again After Betrayal

Learning To Trust Yourself Again After Betrayal

Everyone talks about having a hard time trusting another person after a betrayal and so few discuss how difficult it is to trust ourselves as a result. We focus on what the other person did to us and try to find ways to

3 Free CEs for Therapists in Private Practice

Isn’t it interesting that trainings about private practice often do not provide CEs? It is traditionally because the business of psychotherapy is not seen as a clinical issue. However, working...
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Practical Psychoanalysis Blog Moves to a New Home

Practical Psychoanalysis Blog Moves to a New Home

  This will be my last blog post for PsychCentral website. It has been a great journey to have the Practical Psychoanalysis Blog here and I am saddened to say that it will no
This Day Is Done

This Day Is Done

You have ADHD? Me too. I’m a writer, so my default is to write about it. And so I have, right here at Psych Central, three times a week for nine years now....
Today I Love My New Life

Today I Love My New Life

Today I love my new life now that I do not have to create new blog posts for one place any more, at least not for the next little while,...

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