Thoughts revealed, dreams decoded
It seems that most recent scientific developments will soon pose a considerable challenge to the therapeutic world. Mind-reading by means of scanning the brain, albeit less advanced than the machine-controlled type, allows to tell what someone is thinking about, to reconstruct a moving image in the observer’s mind, and to study dreaming. Dr. Dresler (Max […]
Fat Talk Free Week
Fat Talk Free Week campaign launched for the first time in the UK this month (16th -22nd October 2011) aims to raise awareness and bring positive change to the concept of body image and the language commonly used in relation to it. Body image is a fundamental part of human identity and addressing the way […]
Cognitive Behavioural Therapy
More and more often clients who refer themselves to counselling services are enquiring about Cognitive Behavioural Therapy treatment. When asked to clarify what particularly attracts them about this approach or whether they would consider an alternative one, their responses vary. Some clients, having tried it through their local GPs choose to opt for a different […]
Is crying a sign of strength, weakness, or is it a sign at all?
Is crying in front of your colleagues a sign of trust and close-knitted work environment, or does it make you think that the job cuts are on the horizon and your cigarette body cannot cope with it? The short polemic between Dan Hill and Ros Toynbee on the pages of Professional Managers magazine made me […]