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What is Anthroposophical Medicine?

At the beginning of the last century a group of doctors, mainly but not entirely from a homeopathic background, took a particular interest in the philosophy and work that was emerging at that time being developed by Rudolf Steiner, who named it "Anthroposophy".

Psychological Reversal

Do you ever find yourself saying right when you mean left? Or constantly typing two letters in a word the wrong way round? Do you even suffer from a chronically grumpy mood, keep putting things off and generally indulge in self-sabotaging behaviour?If so then you are probably suffering from a condition called Psychological Reversal (PR) which can be treated very simply.

What is Eurythmy Therapy?

Eurythmy - "harmonious movement" - came into being in 1912 through the work of the Dr Rudolf Steiner, an Austrian scientist, philosopher and educator.

What is Energy Psychology?

Dr. Fred Gallo (1999), one of the leading figures in Energy Psychology (EP), defines the term: " .... as the branch of psychology that studies the effects of energy systems on emotions and behavior.

What to Do When Your Child is Afraid of Dogs

Whenever Laura sees a dog, she shrieks and clings to her mother's leg. Thomas runs the other way. And Samuel just freezes, wide eyed in terror.

Coping with the loss of a beloved pet

Have you, or do you know someone who has lost a beloved pet? This is what I call ‘grief in spades’ because many people do not understand the profound effect this can have on many pet owners and a typical response is – ‘it’s only a pet – get another one!’.

Treating IBS with CBT and Hypnotherapy

The debilitating condition Irritable Bowel Syndrome, known as IBS, now affects up to 8 million people in the UK, and the medical profession are still unable to define a specific cause.

Compartments of the Mind

From the book; The Joys of Live Alchemy Mary, Mary, quite contrary, how does your garden grow? Do you remember that nursery rhyme? Well, how about we find out how our organic brain grows and develops.

What Do You Know About Health And Happiness

     Let us first find out, what does it actually mean, when we    say 'happiness" and "health".

Why Watson's Little Albert became the most distorted study in the history of psychology

Among all psychological studies, Little Albert study (article's URL is below), conducted by Dr. John B. Watson, APA (American Psychological Association) President, and Rosalie Rayner in 1920, is the most widely cited experiment in psychological textbooks.

The Man Who Revolutionizes Psychoanalytical Therapy

The medicine to conquer our own miracles is in each and every one of us. We all have the tools to gain power, love, success and spiritual advancement using our own resources.

Nightmares into happy dreams

  It is no new news that the human mind is an incredible tool but research shows a new approach to use the power of the mind to change nightmares into dreams with happy endings.

Save Sexual intimacy for the boundaries in Marriage

A new study conducted recently analyzed the effects of waiting to be sexually intimate until marriage  and that of becoming sexually active early on in a relationship.

Exercise improves mental health

Exercise is great for many reasons. Exercise improves circulation, muscle tone, the condition of internal organs, heart rate, joint mobility, stability and it minimizes weight.

A New Year, A New You!

2011. Do you remember when it was 1999 and everyone was talking about how crazy it was going to be call it the year 2000 and now ten years later we are in the year 2011.

What Defines A Good Parent?

Someone who is honest, loving, kind, leads by example, thoughtful and disciplines are just a few traits that might describe a good parent. Nearly all parents or parents to be have asked themselves the question, "am I a good parent?" at one point in their life.

Dig deeper into your workout

Exercising will increase your health, your energy will by higher, your muscles will be toned, your organs will enjoy a constant blood flow and you will be happier.

Is your cell phone affecting your brain activity?

It seems that everyone has a cell phone these days. What would you do without one? Many people would have a hard time performing their daily routine without the help of their cell phone.

Am I beautiful?

What is beauty?  Beauty can be described as something or someone who gives intense pleasure or deep satisfaction to the mind.

A Great Glance At Dianetics !

      There is always a lot to say about Dianetics. Since 1950 it is the most revolutionary and complete book about the mind and spirit and some people don't like it that much, because it is putting the usual model-knowledge of psychoanalysis, psychiatry, drug prescription and also other practices completely in the shadow.

What is Psychotherapy?

Psychotherapy is having personal counseling with a psychotherapist, is an intentional interpersonal relationship used by trained and qualified psychotherapists to help and assist a client or patient in solving problems of living.

I and Me are different realities

   Is there a difference between the Me and the I? Are they one and the same? Are they both just you? There is much written and discussed, in philosophical, enlightenment and spiritual circles, of the I (of I am fame).

Emotional Abuse - What it is and why it is so important to recognize

Sticks and stones may break my bones but … bullying and name-calling can emotionally scar me forever.  Not the original ending to the classic verse, but probably the more accurate one.

Group Therapy for Adults Abused As Children

Group therapy can be the most nurturing and also the most challenging form of therapy.  It is highly effective.  While it doesn’t replace individual therapy, it can be a great adjunct and a final step in the healing process.

Sibling Abuse - Children Abusing Other Children

Even though there can be life long debilitating psychological effects, sibling abuse may be the most ignored - if not accepted - form of domestic (i.

Coping with Guilt

GUILT Guilt is a ubiquitous and inescapable aspect of being human.  There is evidence that infants and toddlers experience guilt and the expectation of punishment or ill befalling them on a regular basis.

Massage Therapy and Improving Mental Health

When you hear the term “addiction”, you might think of drugs, extreme sports participation, Fanatics of sports teams, alcohol, pharmaceuticals, egocentric disorders (narcissism, etc), or stalking behaviors.

Emotional Wounds: The Stack of Hurts and Resentments in her Mind

Men and women are different in how they process and store emotions.  There are always exceptions to this rule, but I’m about to describe how the majority of men and women deal with hurt and resentment.

The Magic of Dreams

  ‘…I was by the cosmetics, standing before the mirror and try to pull off a tiny piece of dead skin from my face. Instead of coming off, it pulled more skin with it.

MOTHER LOVE Female Abusers

The following is the first of a three-part series of articles: It was in a high school literature class that I was first introduced to the Oedipus Complex, defined as “a boy’s unresolved desire for sexual gratification through the parent of the opposite sex, especially the desire of a son for his mother”.

Elder Abuse, Alzheimer’s and Our Aging Population

While taken seriously enough to be a legally reportable offense categorized alongside child abuse as either a misdemeanor or a felony - elder abuse does not seem to be taken as seriously by the public.


  A while back, I jotted down some thoughts about a person I called “The Other Parent”.  Since then, I’ve been collecting information and have concluded that there is a dearth of material on this subject.

Treating Abuse and Trauma

  Eliana Gil - Treatment of Adult Survivors of Childhood Abuse If you think it happened, it probably did. Many times clients are ambivalent about the therapeutic process.

Answers To: What is Scientology

     Scientology is different, mainly because one doesn’t have to believe in it to have it work. No tricks of logic are needed to prove any point, and Scientologists only ask people to look for themselves.

Exercise therapy for depression

Exercise therapy for depression Exercise can improve your health. This is a well known fact. While enhancing physical health, it has become widely accepted exercise can improve mental health too.

6 Signs of a Manipulative Relationship

  At my most recent check up, a pretty nurse prepared me for the visit. Her fine face was decorated by a dark circle encompassing her eye – almost surely caused by the viscous hand of her “loved one”.

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Adult Bullies

 “All cruelty springs from weakness”  (Seneca, 4BC-AD65)  There are those who say that bullying is behind all forms of violence, conflict, persecution, abuse, harassment, discrimination and prejudice.

Cognitive Dissonance and Child Abuse

Cognitive dissonance is a stressful state of mind that occurs when a person is holding either two beneficial or adverse options simultaneously and the person is asked to make a choice.

Ritualized Sexual Abuse

  There is ritual sexual abuse and there is ritualized sexual abuse. The terms are sometimes interchanged, but for the purpose of this article I am delineating between the two as Ritual Sexual Abuse being cult or cult-like abuse in which “the abuse has a spiritual or social goal” (David Finkelhor, National Study of Sexual Abuse, 1988) and usually involves brain washing, torture, animal/human sacrifice and drugging while Ritualized Sexual Abuse as being long term sexual, psychological and physical abuse that occurs habitually and is the dominant factor in a secret relationship between two or more individuals.

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Understanding Yourself - Ever Wondered What Other People Think Of You?

Have you ever wondered what other people think of you? It would be interesting won't it if everyone was open with their thoughts - although this could cause some upset if you don't want any bad news.

News Articles

Women's soccer -- get fit while having fun

Over a period of two years, 30 scientists led by Associate Professor Peter Krustrup, University of Copenhagen, have investigated physiological, sociological and psychological aspects of women's soccer in comparison to running.

Children who lose a parent to suicide more likely to die the same way

Losing a parent to suicide makes children more likely to die by suicide themselves and increases their risk of developing a range of major psychiatric disorders, according to a study led by Johns Hopkins Children's Centre that is believed to be the largest one to date on the subject.

Self-esteem declines sharply among older adults while middle-aged are most confident

Washington, USA - Self-esteem rises steadily as people age but starts declining around the time of retirement, according to a longitudinal study of men and women ranging in age from 25 to 104.

The psychology of food cravings

Swimsuit season is almost upon us. For most of us, the countdown has begun to lazy days lounging by the pool and relaxing on the beach. However, for some of us, the focus is not so much on sunglasses and beach balls, but how to quickly shed those final five or ten pounds in order to look good poolside.

CognitiveOS Hypnosis, the missing link

The CognitiveOS Hypnosis, a mind therapy developed by Luca Bosurgi during 20 years of clinical experience, is a healing strategy based on working with the spirit to control and troubleshoot the mind.

Trusting people make better lie detectors

Trusting others may not make you a fool or a Pollyanna, according to a study in the current Social Psychological and Personality Science (published by SAGE).

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