How might counsellors be agents of peace? While one frequently cited journal article concentrates on structural issues such as furthering democracy or psychoeducation, I encourage counsellors to use their unique abilities to help clients make intrapsychic changes in working toward peace in the world.
Isabella Mori’s Articles at Psychology, Philosophy and Real Life
Isabella Mori has published the following articles at Psychology, Philosophy and Real Life.
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How good are you at being unhappy? Need a little help? In his book “The Situation Is Hopeless but Not Serious: The Pursuit of Unhappiness”, psychologist Paul Watzlawick gives you all the advice you need. You can even use it to become happier, if only by smiling at all the crazy little ways humans have to keep misery alive.
Is psychotherapy about “cases” to be explained, or about individual persons who need and benefit from understanding? In this review of an article by psychotherapist Janet L. Etzi, we look at therapy and counselling as a complex interaction based on understanding the client as a human phenomenon, an interaction that is informed by both the client’s and the therapist’s emotions and thought processes.