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On January 9, 2021 a second session of the PSP/Adler Studio was convened. The discussion focused on participants reactions to …
In Quad One, the fundamental issue regarding locus of control resides in the dynamics of individualism versus conformity. In American and Northern European societies, strong emphasis is often placed on individualism and the right—even obligation— of individuals to stake out their own distinctive identity. This individualistic imperative, in turn, requires the assumption of internal locus of control. We can’t stake out a distinctive public self, without believing that we can ignore or overcome our personal history, our present environment, and the expectations that other people place on us because of our social-economic class, gender, race, ethnic background and so forth. This individualism and internal locus of control is reinforced by the media (“self-made man”) and reward systems (“find the responsible party”)..
We return to the challenge offered by Hernando De Soto: How do we transform the invisible in a society to …
This issue was composed in the middle of 2020 during the second huge wave of the Covid-19 pandemic emerged in Israel. These months were experienced as an existential crisis.
“Loneliness is More Dangerous to us than the Corona” Table of Contents Issue Three: Psychological Perspectives on Israel During the …
The interview focuses on fundamental differences between group therapy, individual therapy and supervision group during corona-days–with an emphasize on the general characteristics of psychodramatic therapy in times of COVID19.
Animal Assisted Therapy (AAT) is a psychotherapeutic method aimed at improving aspects of personalities or delayed development, in children and adults.