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Countertransference is defined as redirection of a psychotherapist's feelings toward a client - or, more generally, as a therapist's emotional entanglement with a client. The phenomenon of countertransference (German: Gegenübertragung) was first defined publicly by Sigmund Freud in 1910 (The Future Prospects of Psycho-Analytic Therapy) as being "a result of the patient's influence on [the physician's] unconscious feelings"; although Freud had been aware of it privately for some time, writing to Carl Jung for example in 1909 of the need "to dominate 'counter-transference', which is after all a permanent problem for us". Freud stated that since an analyst is a human himself he can easily let his emotions into the client. Because Freud saw the countertransference as a purely personal problem for the analyst, he rarely referred to it publicly, and did so almost invariably in terms of a "warning against any countertransference lying in wait" for the analyst, who "must recognize this ...
The Tea Party does not have a single uniform agenda. The decentralized character of the Tea Party, with its lack of formal structure or hierarchy, allows each autonomous group to set its own priorities and goals. Goals may conflict, and priorities will often differ between groups. Many Tea Party organizers see this as a strength rather than a weakness, as decentralization has helped to immunize the Tea Party against co-opting by outside entities and corruption from within.[17]. The Tea Party has generally sought to avoid placing too much emphasis on traditional conservative social issues. National Tea Party organizations, such as the Tea Party Patriots and FreedomWorks, have expressed concern that engaging in social issues would be divisive.[17] Instead, they have sought to have activists focus their efforts away from social issues and focus on economic and limited government issues.[18][19] Still, many groups like Glenn Beck's 9/12 Tea Parties, TeaParty.org, the Iowa Tea Party and Delaware ...
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The relevance of individual psychoanalytic psychotherapy in the context of post-apartheid South Africa is a contentious issue. The western-centric universalist bias of this treatment approach has been criticised for not being applicable to Black South African individuals. With these criticisms in mind the appropriacy and efficacy of psychoanalytic psychotherapy was examined by focusing on three Black English-speaking South African women between the ages of 25 and 35 from the urban Western Cape. A collective case study design situated within a postmodern framework of enquiry was chosen for its capacity to incorporate both the therapist's and the participant's experience of the therapeutic process over time. This study focused on the analytic attitude, which comprises the basic template through which psychoanalytic psychotherapy is practised. The model used was that described by Ivey (1999) which includes five elements: generative uncertainty, abstinence, neutrality, countertransference ...
I attended a very good lecture last week on contemporary views of countertransference. It inspired me to write a brief overview of the concept here, with more to follow.. To understand countertransference, it helps to tackle transference first. Transference was a word coined by Sigmund Freud to label the way patients "transfer" feelings from important persons in their early lives, onto the psychoanalyst or therapist. Psychoanalysis was specifically designed to encourage transference. Intentional opacity and non-disclosure by the therapist promotes transference; the patient naturally makes assumptions about the therapist's likes and dislikes, attitude toward the patient, life outside the office, and so forth. These assumptions are based on the patient's experiences with, and assumptions regarding, other important relationships, such as childhood relations with parents. In this way the patient's formative dynamics are re-created in the therapy office for both participants to observe. Patients ...
The basic training is an approved six day didactic course. It can then be followed through to Therapist or Trainer and Supervisor level by taking on supervised cases, attending workshops and demonstrating competence in teaching TFP.. BPC-accredited 'kite marked' TFP practitioners will receive a certificate for a fee of £35. We will maintain an online roster of accredited practitioners and contact details.. Find a kite marked TFP practitioner. Further information about TFP can be found on the International Society for Transference-Focused Psychotherapy website.. ...
The CPIP uniquely integrates complementary training experiences at the Psychiatry Department's Vermont Center for Children, Youth, and Families (VCCYF) and the Psychology Department's Behavior Therapy and Psychotherapy Center (BTPC). At the VCCYF, interns receive advanced training in the application of evidence-based interventions from the family perspective, directly addressing both child and parent emotional and behavioral strengths and difficulties. In the framework of the Vermont Family Based Approach, interns apply health promotion, prevention, and intervention to help the well families remain well, prevent at-risk children from developing emotional and behavioral problems, and intervene comprehensively with children and families challenged by psychopathology. At the VCCYF, interns collaborate with professionals in psychiatry, psychology, social work, nursing, and genetics. At the BTPC, interns receive advanced training in culturally competent, evidence-based treatment of torture survivors ...
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In a recent theoretical account of persecutory delusions, it is suggested that anxiety and worry are important factors in paranoid experience [Freeman, D., Garety, P. A., Kuipers, E., Fowler, D., & Bebbington, P. E. (2002). A cognitive model of persecutory delusions. British Journal of Clinical Psychology, 41(4), 331-347]. In emotional disorders worry has been understood in terms of catastrophising. In the current study, the concept of catastrophising is applied for the first time with persecutory delusions. Thirty individuals with current persecutory delusions and 30 non-clinical controls participated in a cross-sectional study. The group with persecutory delusions was also followed up at 3 months to assess predictors of delusion persistence. At its most severe, 21% of individuals with persecutory delusions had clinical worry, 68% had levels of worry comparable with treatment seeking GAD patients. Further, high levels of anxiety, worry and catastrophising were associated with high levels of persecutory
TY - JOUR. T1 - Assessing women's sexual arousal in the context of sexual assault history and acute alcohol intoxication. AU - Gilmore, Amanda K.. AU - Schacht, Rebecca L.. AU - George, William H.. AU - Otto, Jacqueline M.. AU - Davis, Kelly Cue. AU - Heiman, Julia R.. AU - Norris, Jeanette. AU - Kajumulo, Kelly F.. N1 - Funding Information: This article was completed by the first author in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the Master's in Science in clinical psychology under the supervision of Dr. George. This research was funded through a grant from the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism (AA13565) to Dr. George. Thanks to Dr. Lori Zoellner for her helpful comments. Portions of this manuscript were presented in November 2009 at the annual meeting of the Society for the Scientific Study of Sexuality in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico. PY - 2010/6. Y1 - 2010/6. N2 - Introduction.: Few studies have examined differences in women's sexual arousal based on sexual assault history ...
Daphne mentions transference. The Freudians are still analyzing transference when it should be obvious that instead of explaining how the patient is transferring feelings from daddy onto him, that she needs to express those needs to daddy; to cry, scream and beg for love where it belongs; then we do not have to analyze any transference. Analyzing changes nothing; it explains. If you had a virus we could analyze it and explain why you have it, but much better to treat it and the cause. "I know you're hungry but I cannot give you any food," is the same as I know you need love but I cannot give you any. Offering food (love) to a starving patient is better than not doing it; and there we have the "raison d'etre" for analysis; I know. I did it for 17 years and was trained at the Freudian center of the west. We give love but we don't call it that. But we listen endlessly to your travails, are concerned, helpful, encouraging, and concentrate only on you. That is why all of the studies on therapy insist ...
There is substantial evidence that cognitive therapy is an effective intervention for the treatment of major depressive disorder. Although dynamic psychotherapies have been widely studied and are commonly practiced worldwide, there are few randomized comparisons of cognitive therapy and dynamic therapy for major depressive disorder. We are completing data collection on a randomized non-inferiority trial comparing the effectiveness of cognitive therapy and short-term dynamic psychotherapy in the treatment of major depressive disorder in the community mental health setting. Therapists employed in the community setting have been recruited for training in either short-term dynamic psychotherapy or cognitive therapy. Patients seeking services at the community site who meet criteria for major depressive disorder based on a blind independent diagnostic interview are randomized to 16 sessions of treatment. All patients are assessed at baseline and months 1, 2, 4, and 5 utilizing a comprehensive battery. This
Never again will any political party ignore the protests of the church and the moral forces of the state." -Wayne B. Wheeler, as quoted in Smithsonian, May 2010*. The godfather of prohibition did not wait until he had a majority behind his cause when he began his Temperance crusade. He did it-according to Daniel Okrent's illuminating article in the May 2010 issue of Smithsonian-with minorities.. Wheeler focused on elections in districts where just a few percentage points separated the candidates, and mustered the temperance vote behind candidates who promised to support prohibition. His small groups of committed voters often were enough to swing close elections. Wayne Wheeler may not have invented pressure groups, but he was the first to use them effectively to gain a specific political objective in the face of a majority that was either opposed-or indifferent-to his aims.. The Tea Party movement has benefited from Wayne Wheeler's lessons. Its members are among the most conservative elements of ...
This book presents thoughts on the latest psychodynamic developments and insights related to treatment of severe personality disorders. Dividing discussions into two sections-one on psychopathology and the other on psychotherapy-the book examines borderline personality disorder, narcissism, sexual inhibition, transference and countertransference, suicidal behavior, and eating disorders. Each chapter integrates the ideas of European and Latin American psychoanalytic thinkers, bringing them to the attention of English-speaking readers. The book includes a selection of recently published journal articles.
In urban areas, people often have to stand or move in close proximity to others. The egocentric distance to stimuli is a powerful determinant of defensive behavior in animals. Yet, little is known about how spatial proximity to others alters defensive responses in humans. We hypothesized that the valence of social cues scales with egocentric distance, such that proximal social stimuli have more positive or negative valence than distal stimuli. This would predict enhanced defensive responses to proximal threat and reduced defensive responses to proximal reward. We tested this hypothesis across four experiments using 3-D virtual reality simulations. Results from Experiment 1 confirmed that proximal social stimuli facilitate defensive responses, as indexed by fear-potentiated startle, relative to distal stimuli. Experiment 2 revealed that interpersonal defensive boundaries flexibly increase with aversive learning. Experiment 3 examined whether spatial proximity enhances memory for aversive ...
Bachaar Arnaout, MD, is Assistant Professor of Psychiatry at Yale School of Medicine and Director of the Detoxification and Addiction Stabilization Program/Medical Director of the Psychosocial Residential Rehabilitation Treatment Program at VA Connecticut Healthcare System. After graduating from the Jagiellonian University in Krakow, Poland, Dr. Arnaout completed his psychiatric residency training at St. Luke's-Roosevelt Hospital Center in New York, where he also completed the Intensive Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy Program at the William Alanson White Institute of Psychiatry, Psychoanalysis & Psychology. He then trained in addiction psychiatry at Yale School of Medicine, where he subsequently joined as clinical faculty in 2008 and as full-time faculty in 2016. Dr. Arnaout holds board certification in psychiatry, addiction psychiatry, addiction medicine, hospice and palliative medicine, and brain injury medicine. Dr. Arnaout's academic interests include the psychotherapy and psychopharmacology of ...
Released: November 12, 2017. Romi Rain is an intense fitness coach who always pushes her clients to the ultimate limit. Dillion Harper has been one of her favorite customers for a while, but with a recent breakup she's extra feisty in today's session. Punching at the boxing mitts with all her rage unleashed, it's clear that things have gotten a bit unhinged. Romi asks whats up, inquiring whether she still sees her (in her opinion toxic) boyfriend. Dillion is a bit shy but then breaks the news that she is no longer seeing her man. Romi was never one to miss an opportunity.. As Dillion slowly confesses how she never really 'felt good' when she was with that boyfriend, Romi moves in, warming up to her nimble body and expressing shock that a man would not be grateful to be so fortunate having a girl like her. Bringing the boxing wraps around her supple back, Romi tells her how trainers learn skills to 'really' help their clients. Empowerment training can often involve surrendering to another's will ...
The professional practice of behavior analysis is one domain of behavior analysis: the others being radical behaviorism, experimental analysis of behavior and applied behavior analysis. The professional practice of behavior analysis is the delivery of interventions to consumers that are guided by the principles of behaviorism and the research of both the experimental analysis of behavior and applied behavior analysis. Professional practice seeks maximum precision to change behavior most effectively in specific instances. Behavior analysts are mental health professionals and, in some states, may hold a license, certificate or registration as a behavior analyst. In other states, there are no laws governing their practice and, as such, the practice may be prohibited as falling under the practice definition of other mental health professionals. This is rapidly changing as Behavior Analysts are becoming more and more common. The professional practice of behavior analysis is a hybrid discipline with ...
But memory is a funny thing. Yesterday, as I walked that exact path home I stopped to take a picture of where I was at that moment and to reflect on what the commentators had said. When I got home I went to the NPR archives to look for a transcript of that report. And much to my chagrin I found out they didn't say that at all. Yes, they discussed Kagan and her nomination but there is no mention of the Republican voting party lines. But I was sure they had. Funny how your mind works.. Ideas don't just happen. They aren't pulled out of a magic hat. Often disparate interests sit someplace in our brains just waiting to be put together to create something new. I'd always been interested in propaganda posters from the 1940s. I liked their stylized illustrations paired with often sparse but efficient calls to action. Both were hallmarks of great graphic design. In addition, despite many Americans notions that we enjoy the greatest freedoms of any nation in the world, is that really true? Is our ...
Left: chicory root Right: chicory flowers. You see, when the city of New Orleans was under siege during the American Civil War, coffee supplies dwindled to near nothing. However, inventive locals stretched out their coffee supplies by adding roasted chicory root.. While it lacks caffeine, chicory root is cheap and tasty and makes a great addition to coffee. So even after the supply lines were reopened, citizens of New Orleans kept chicory in their coffee. In fact, chicory coffee is still available in many New Orleans restaurants.. But what folks didn't realize at the time, adding this earthy root to their coffee wasn't just padding the supply. It was also boosting their health.. In more recent years, chicory root has been the subject of many health studies. It's been shown to reduce inflammation, delay or prevent the onset of diabetes, and even help folks' arthritis.. In one study, folks who took chicory root extract saw improved A1c levels, which is an indicator of diabetes. In addition, ...
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Many studies have shown that laboratory rodents that have never been exposed to a live cat (or any cat vestiges), demonstrate strong fear responses when exposed to cat odor [1-13]. Pharmacological studies that use responses of rodents to cat odor as a model of human anxiety have produced controversial results. Benzodiazepine drugs, which are effective against generalized anxiety disorder in humans [14] and in classical animal models of anxiety (e.g. elevated plus-maze, black/white box, open-field) [6, 8-10, 15-19], can sometimes modulate the defensive responses of rodents to cat odor [2-4, 8, 9]. In other studies, however, benzodiazepines did not change the defensive behavior of rats [6, 10] or mice [1, 10] exposed to cat odor. Zangrossi and File [11] reported that chlordiazepoxide reduced anxiety evaluated in the social interaction and elevated plus-maze tests after exposure to cat odor, but it had only a limited effect on the direct responses of rats exposed to cat odor. These findings suggest ...
Corynebacterium pseudotuberculosis is a pathogenic bacterium which has been rapidly spreading all over the world, causing economic losses in the agricultural sector and sporadically infecting humans. Six C. pseudotuberculosis strains were isolated from goats, sheep, and horses with distinct abscess locations. For the first time, Mexican genomes of this bacterium were sequenced and studied in silico. All strains were sequenced using Ion Personal Genome Machine sequencer, assembled using Newbler and SPAdes software. The automatic genome annotation was done using the software RAST and in-house scripts for transference, followed by manual curation using Artemis software and BLAST against NCBI and UniProt databases. The six genomes are publicly available in NCBI database. The analysis of nucleotide sequence similarity and the generated phylogenetic tree led to the observation that the Mexican strains are more similar between strains from the same host, but the genetic structure is probably more influenced by
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Long-term psychodynamic psychotherapy is superior in the long term to short-term psychodynamic psychotherapy. Short-term produces benefits more quickly than long-term therapies. After 3 years of follow-up, however, the situation was reversed with a stronger treatment effect in the long-term psychodynamic treatment group both for patients with depressive and anxiety symptoms.. If a patient is capable and will benefit from psychodynamic psychotherapy which should be assessed by professionals before hand, than this kind of treatment to my opinion can be of great help to them not only for their complaints but also on the longer term.. Long-term Psychodynamic psychotherapy was out of fashion lately due to the development of other forms of psychotherapy such as cognitive behavioral psychotherapy. These forms of psychotherapy have advantages. They are easier to educate, of short duration and efficacious and cheaper. Moreover, efficacy of long-term psychodynamic psychotherapy was hardly studied in ...
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Dr. Derek Reed is a Licensed Behavior Analyst in the State of Kansas and an Associate Professor in the Department of Applied Behavioral Science at the University of Kansas where he directs the Applied Behavioral Economics Laboratory. Derek received his Bachelor's degree in Psychology from Illinois State University and his Masters and Ph.D. in School Psychology from Syracuse University. He has served as Associate Editor for Behavior Analysis in Practice and The Psychological Record, and guest Associate Editor for The Behavior Analyst, Journal of Behavioral Education, and Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis. He serves as a reviewer on the editorial boards of The Behavior Analyst, Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis, and Journal of the Experimental Analysis of Behavior. Derek has published over 90 peer reviewed papers and book chapters, coauthored three edited books, and was the 2016 recipient of the American Psychological Association Division 25 B. F. Skinner Foundation New Applied Researcher ...
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Stead, Joanne (2015) Professional Identity Formation in Occupational Therapy: Doing, Being, Becoming and Belonging. In: Advancing Occupational Therapy Conference, 12th-13th March 2015, Plymouth, UK. (Unpublished) Stead, Joanne (2013) Rethinking professional identity: Strategies for students. In: 17th International Reflective Practice Conference, 9th-11th September 2013, Swansea, Wales. (Unpublished) Stead, Joanne (2012) Embedding entrepreneurial skills in the OT curriculum. In: 9th COTEC congress of Occupational Therapy, 24th-27th May 2012, Stockholm, Sweden. (Unpublished) Stead, Joanne (2011) Developing entrepreneurial skills amongst occupational therapy students. In: College of occupational therapists annual conference, 2011, Brighton. (Unpublished) Stead, Joanne (2011) Exploring the student journey. In: College of occupational therapists annual conference, 2011, Brighton. (Unpublished) Stead, Joanne (2010) Can the Kawa model be a credible research tool? In: College of occupational therapists ...
The present study sought to investigate the impact of psychotherapy integration, incorporating some cognitive-behavioral (CB) techniques with psychodynamic-interpersonal (PI) techniques, with the moderating impact of borderline personality pathology on short-term psychodynamic psychotherapy treatment outcomes in a sample of 75 outpatients. PI and CB techniques were assessed using independent videotape ratings of therapy sessions and aspects of the alliance were determined using patient-rated scores. Axis II borderline personality pathology was measured using the Borderline Pathology Index (BPI). Treatment outcomes were measured using patients' estimates of their broadband functioning (PEI) and change in global symptom index of the brief symptom inventory (BSI-GSI-RCI). Findings of preliminary analyses were nonsignificant; the direct relationship between patient pretreatment borderline pathology with the flexible integration of CB and PI techniques was not significant. In addition, PI and CB ...
Raynaud's disease is an affliction caused by the constriction of blood vessels, usually in response to an external stimulus, particularly in the fingers and toes. This phenomenon results in numbing and discomfort of those appendages.. There are two forms of Raynaud's disease. Primary Raynaud's occurs on its own, most often in women. It is also the most common form of the condition. Secondary Raynaud's is less common and occurs in conjunction with another health issue that causes the reduction of blood flow to the extremities.. Causes of Raynaud's disease vary, but is generally associated with the body's overreaction to cold or stress. Secondary Raynaud's (also called 'Raynaud's phenomenon') is more serious and can result in permanent tissue damage. It can be triggered by other health conditions including coronary artery disease, connective tissue conditions (such as lupus or rheumatoid arthritis), or carpal tunnel syndrome. Certain medications have also been linked to the onset of Raynaud's ...
Hypnotherapy is an often misunderstood procedure, but it is one that can achieve great things when performed by a professional. Hypnotherapy is classed as a member of the psychotherapy group of treatments. It delves into the patient's subconscious and allows changes to be made in behaviors. Many have seen the fun form of hypnotherapy performed on stage where volunteers are hypnotized and then asked to act like chickens or other barnyard animals. The serious side of hypnotherapy is that it is an excellent tool for helping people to deal with behavioral difficulties. Take a smoker for example. A series of hypnotherapy sessions can help a smoker to not use cigarettes as an emotional crutch any longer. The brain is programmed to believe that the body does not need cigarettes to cope and that the smoker can do just fine without them. This gives the smoker the confidence to believe that they can quit and many are successful on their attempts using this. Hypnotherapy can also be used to help those with ...
Introduction. Behaviourism originated with the work of John B. Watson from 1913. Behaviourism is based on the following sets of claims: (1) Psychology is the study of behaviour. Psychology is not the science of mind. This statement also forms a type of behaviourism: 'Methodological' behaviourism claims that psychology should concern itself with the behaviour of organisms (human and non-human). Psychology should not concern itself with mental states or events or with constructing internal information processing accounts of behaviour. In its historical foundations, methodological behaviourism shares with analytical behaviourism the influence of positivism. One of the goals of positivism was to unify psychology with natural science. Methodological behaviourism is a dominant theme in the writings of John Watson. John Broadus Watson was one of the most prominent psychologist scientists of his era, writing on applied psychology for academic journals, business publications, and popular magazines and is ...
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Expert: Dr. Brian Iwata received his Ph.D. in psychology from Florida State University and subsequently held positions at Western Michigan University and the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine. He is Distinguished Professor in Psychology and Psychiatry at the University of Florida, where he also has directed the Florida Center on Self-Injury and the Prader-Willi Syndrome Program. Brian is the former chief editor of the Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis and former president of the Association for Behavior Analysis, the Society for the Advancement of Behavior Analysis, the Society for the Experimental Analysis of Behavior, Division 33 of the American Psychological Association, and the Florida Association for Behavior Analysis. His primary areas of interest are disorders of learning and behavior and research methodology. He has published over 240 articles and chapters on these topics, and he has received $7 million in research grants to support that work. Much of Dr. Iwata's research ...
Objective To explore the mediating effect of social support on the relationship between negative emotion and coping style in human immunodeficiency virus(HIV)-infected pregnant women.Methods A total of 202 HIV-infected pregnant women were enrolled by a convenient sampling method in this study.Participants completed questionnaires including social support rating scale(SSRS),knowledge,attitudes and practices scale for preventing mother-to-child transmission of human immunodeficiency virus(KAPS-PMTCT),self-rating anxiety scale(SAS),self-rating depression scale(SDS),Berger HIV stigma scale(BHSS),and simplified coping style questionnaire(SCSQ).The relationships of these variables were analyzed by Pearson correlation analysis and structure equation modeling analysis.Results The correlations between negative emotion,social support and coping style were all significant.Social support was negatively correlated with negative emotion(P0.05)and negative coping style(P0.01),and was positively correlated with
Counselling Vancouver contains information about counsellors, psychologists, and therapists in the Vancouver area. These counsellors, psychologists, and therapists may assist individuals, couples and/or families. As is typical with trained counselling professionals they may vary in their areas of expertise. Many will be able to provide anger management counselling, depression counselling, anxiety counselling, marriage counselling, and trauma counselling.. These Vancouver counselling professionals have designations from the following list:. Registered Clinical Counsellor (RCC), Registered Psychologist (R Psych), Registered Social Worker (RSW), Certified Canadian Counsellor (CCC), American Association of Marriage and Family Therapists (AAMFT), Registered Marriage and Family Therapist (MFT), and Registered Art Therapist (BCATR).. Explore the information within the counselling listings for Vancouver to get a better sense of which counselling professional might be a match for you.. If you want to ...
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Despite the well-established effectiveness of exposure-based cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT) in the treatment of anxiety disorders, therapists have been slow to adopt CBT into their clinical practice. The present study was conducted to examine the utilization of psychotherapy techniques for anxiety disorders among community practitioners in a rural setting in order to determine the current status of the dissemination of CBT. A sample of 51 licensed psychotherapists from various mental health professions was recruited from online practice listings in the state of Wyoming. Participants completed a survey assessing their use of various psychotherapy techniques in the past 12 months for clients with obsessive-compulsive disorder, post-traumatic stress disorder, panic disorder, and social phobia. Nearly all psychotherapists reported providing CBT, and techniques such as cognitive restructuring, arousal-reduction strategies, and mindfulness were used by the vast majority of respondents. Therapist-assisted
People who experience overwhelming trauma, possibly due to a natural disaster, a crime, a combat situation, an accident or other emotionally overwhelming events, can develop PTSD. We often associate PTSD with soldiers in war. Originally, PTSD during combat was called "shell shock." However, we now know that PTSD can develop outside of combat situations. People who develop PTSD might not experience any symptoms for months or even years after the event. Anything that reminds them of the traumatic event might cause them to feel like they're reliving the original traumatic event. They might feel panic or intense fear whenever they are confronted with reminders. For instance, if someone gets into a severe car accident, after he recovers from the accident, he might be too afraid to drive again. Or, even if he is able to get behind the wheel again, he might experience feelings of terror and dread if he has to drive to the same place where the accident occurred. Without help, PTSD can be a severe and ...
Based on the evaluation, your physical therapist will develop a customized rehabilitation program on how to treat knee pain, including a specific set of knee exercises, for you.. If you already have knee problems, your physical therapist can help with a plan of exercise that will strengthen your knee without increasing the risk of injury or further damage. As a general rule, you should choose gentle exercises such as swimming, aquatic exercise, or walking rather than jarring exercises such as jogging or high-impact aerobics.. Consult your physical therapist about specific ways to maintain your knee health following injury or surgery. Your physical therapist has the relevant educational background and expertise to evaluate your knee health and to refer you to another health care provider if necessary.. Depending on the severity of your knee problem, your age, and your lifestyle, the therapist may select such treatments as:. Strength training and functional exercises, which are designed to ...
The authors propose that the content of certain sociopolitical ideologies can be shaped by individuals in ways that satisfy their social motivations. This notion was tested in the context of color-blind ideology. Color blindness, when construed as a principle of distributive justice, is an egalitarian stance concerned with reducing discrepancies between groups' outcomes; as a principle of procedural justice, however, color blindness can function as a legitimizing ideology that entrenches existing inequalities. In Study 1, White people high in antiegalitarian sentiment were found to shift their construal of color blindness from a distributive to a procedural principle when exposed to intergroup threat. In Studies 2, 3A, and 3B, the authors used manipulations and a measure of threat to show that antiegalitarian White people endorse color blindness to legitimize the racial status quo. In Study 3B, participants' endorsement of color-blind ideology was mediated by increases in their preference for ...
1. Specific Phobia: specific phobia is exactly what is sounds like. Fear of a specific thing. Specific phobias can be put into five different categories; Animal, Natural Environment, Blood/Injection/Injury, Situational, and Other. The fear or anxiety experienced must be triggered by a specific object and the reaction must happen the same way every time. People with specific phobias will try to avoid situations that will result in coming into contact with the trigger object. The reaction will generally be extreme and there might be a feeling of loss of control. Now, I used to have two Specific Phobias and have slowly worked past one of them. They fell into Natural Environment and Other. Natural Environment used to be spiders. They use to trigger panic attacks, sometimes I couldn't breathe, I tended to avoid going certain places where I had previously encountered a spider, and if a spider wound up in my room I would either sleep in the living room that night or stay up all night worrying. I can ...
Since I've joined Blog-o-Land (aka the blogsphere), I've been struck by the fact that so many people use their blogs as both therapy substitutes (--hey, if it works, I'm all for it) while others use their blogs to talk about their psychotherapy sessions and their psychiatrists-- kind of like therapy for the therapy. For example, in her blog "Alone--just a way to get my feelings out and cope"--writes about The Psychiatrist That Pushed Me Over The Edge. (Taken from Grand Rounds 245) Now people don't just write about their psychiatrists, their therapy sessions, the events of their day, and the associations they have to a variety of things, on their blogs, they write about it in the comment section of other people's blogs, including right here at Shrink Rap. Over time, there develops some Back & Forth (right, Foo?) and I've come to wonder if there might be a reportable phenomena of Tranference To The Blog. Transference To The Blog might be a rather confusing phenomena. Would the transference be to ...
Raynaud's Disease, Raynaud's Syndrome, Raynaud's Phenomenon all refer to a vascualar condition affecting the feet and hands. Podiatrist Brisbane
Galen Strawson taught philosophy at the University of Oxford for twenty years before moving to Reading University in 2001. He has held visiting positions at the Research School of Social Sciences at Australian National University (1993), NYU (1997), Rutgers University (2000) and MIT (2010). Between 2004 and 2007 he was Distinguished Professor of Philosophy at the City University of New York Graduate Center. He is the author of Freedom and Belief (OUP, 1986, 2nd edition 2010), The Secret Connexion: Realism, Causation and David Hume (OUP, 1989), Mental Reality (MIT Press, 1994, 2nd edition 2010), Selves: An Essay in Revisionary Metaphysics (OUP, 2009), and the principal author of Consciousness and its Place in Nature (Imprint Academic, 2006). A selection of his philosophical papers, Real Materialism and Other Essays, was published in 2008 (OUP). He is currently working on three books: on Locke on personal identity, on Hume on personal identity, and on the way we experience our lives in time. ...