Of all the words we use for emotions, ‘guilt’ and ‘shame’ may be the most troublesome to pin down.
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In recent years, Life Coaches have expanded the ranks of the helping professionals. However, the boundary between what is coaching and what is therapy lacks definition, for consumers and providers alike.
Animal-assisted therapy has become an advanced therapeutic art. These therapies offer a variety of benefits to children and adults with various kinds of disability, including the autism spectrum disorders, cerebral palsy and other physical disabilities.
From the classical point of view, the mere fact that someone is in therapy is supposed to indicate motivation to change. But sometimes people wind up in therapy for other reasons and don’t really want to change at all. When that happens, therapists need another paradigm besides treating all personality dysfunction as a neurotic style of coping.
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When should a person be concerned about their drinking? As a psychologist who specializes in helping people with substance abuse, people often ask me a question that goes something like this: “I drink _______. Does that mean I’m an alcoholic?”