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Counselling Resource - Psychology, Philo.. by Dr Greg Mulhauser, Managing Editor - 1M ago

How we deal with prejudice in our own lives, at an individual level, makes all the difference to the impact we have on society at large.

Tags: empathy, ethics, person-centred, responsibility, society, violence

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Counselling Resource - Psychology, Philo.. by Dr Greg Mulhauser, Managing Editor - 3M ago

How much of you do the people closest to you really know? What do they understand of the person that you are, as something distinct from the things you do? And when the time comes, inevitably, will your story die with you, or will it remain with your friends, your spouse, your children?

Tags: bereavement, death, existentialism, meaning, parenting and children, relationships

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Here are five ways to help preserve the life and growth of a good idea when circumstances mean we can't follow it up right now, ways to stop it becoming just another weighty addition on a "to do" list.

Tags: creativity, mindful awareness, writing

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Almost every mental health practitioner tries in some way to keep track of referrals. But do you know how your referrals compare to your conversions? How about the impact of primacy and recency effects? And would you be surprised to learn that nobody finds you via your own website -- even if you think they do?

Tags: in practice, marketing, therapy

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'Isolation' seems too feeble a word to describe the part of grief that is aloneness, since it suggests a world out there which we could connect with were it not for our state; it is, rather, the kind of aloneness that tells us there is nobody there at all.

Tags: bereavement, death, denial, relationships

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It's only superficially ironic that work on Creative Regeneration and making a healing refuge should leave me so wiped out.

Tags: anxiety and stress, creativity, therapy

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A heightened state of anxiety seems to be the norm. But have feelings really taken over the world? Is it enough to just calm down?

Tags: book, in practice, online mental health, politics, society, therapy

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Counselling Resource - Psychology, Philo.. by Dr Greg Mulhauser, Managing Editor - 9M ago

There's a standard piece of advice frequently offered by psychologists and counsellors to people who are struggling to make sense of a challenging relationship. That piece of advice works pretty well when trying to understand politicians, too.

Tags: decision making, empathy, in practice, politics, relationships

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What if there were one true way to healing -- one method certain to deliver wellbeing and the resolution of whatever problems you might want to throw at it? Would you be tempted to give it a try?

Tags: in practice, meaning, therapy

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In meditation, the suggest to 'let go' can seem a bit abstract, a little either/or. Softening, on the other hand, is different. You can't get it wrong.

Tags: in practice, meditation, mindful awareness

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