Clinical Psychology

Four Assumptive Worlds of Psychopathology I: Setting the Social Constructive Stage

Four Assumptive Worlds of Psychopathology I: Setting the Social Constructive Stage

The headlines cry out about the psychopathology challenges being faced not only in North America and Europe, but also in …

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Four Assumptive Worlds of Psychopathy II: The World of Spiritual Aberrations

Four Assumptive Worlds of Psychopathy II: The World of Spiritual Aberrations

The answer to psychopathy in most European societies for many centuries was to be found in the Christian concept of original sin.

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Mindfulness-Based Interventions to Depressive Symptomatology IV: Study Proposal, Discussion and Conclusion

Mindfulness-Based Interventions to Depressive Symptomatology IV: Study Proposal, Discussion and Conclusion

by Stefanie Gobin, MPsy This series was originally completed as a Major Research Project in partial fulfillment of Adler Graduate …

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Mindfulness-Based Interventions to Depressive Symptomatology III: Efficacy of Mindfulness

Mindfulness-Based Interventions to Depressive Symptomatology III: Efficacy of Mindfulness

This research in this review demonstrated that mindfulness-based research has tended to focus on individuals who are in remission from depression and thus its usage has mainly been researched for preventing relapse in depressive symptoms. Hence, a study was proposed to examine the efficacy of using mindfulness-based interventions on individuals experiencing current episodes of depression.

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Mindfulness-Based Interventions to Depressive Symptomatology II: Mindfulness in Psychology and its Efficacy

Mindfulness-Based Interventions to Depressive Symptomatology II: Mindfulness in Psychology and its Efficacy

This research in this review demonstrated that mindfulness-based research has tended to focus on individuals who are in remission from depression and thus its usage has mainly been researched for preventing relapse in depressive symptoms. Hence, a study was proposed to examine the efficacy of using mindfulness-based interventions on individuals experiencing current episodes of depression.

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Mindfulness-Based Interventions to Depressive Symptomatology I: Introduction, Background and Critical Analysis

Mindfulness-Based Interventions to Depressive Symptomatology I: Introduction, Background and Critical Analysis

This research in this review demonstrated that mindfulness-based research has tended to focus on individuals who are in remission from depression and thus its usage has mainly been researched for preventing relapse in depressive symptoms. Hence, a study was proposed to examine the efficacy of using mindfulness-based interventions on individuals experiencing current episodes of depression.

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Louis Breger and the Case Study of Yael: The Drama of Hope

Louis Breger and the Case Study of Yael: The Drama of Hope

the parameters that influenced this case study with an emphasis on the intersubjective approach Ziva Bracha Gidron This case study …

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The Case of Yael by Louis Breger, Ph.D.

The Case of Yael by Louis Breger, Ph.D.

We present one of the cases from Psychotherapy: Lives Intersecting and then provide our own comments regarding this case, exploring the inter-subjectivity perspective that underlies Lou Breger’s work.

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The New Johari Window #5: Interpersonal Needs

The New Johari Window #5: Interpersonal Needs

Inclusion, Control, and Affection (later called Openness). Will Schutz suggests that these three needs are sufficient to explain and predict interpersonal behavior.

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