Articles on psychotherapy

Dyslexia

Dyslexia

T he ability to read is one of the key skills that humans can acquire during their lives. Most children learn this skill without any difficulty, but in a certain number of children we notice some disturbance. Dyslexia exists around the world, it is not related to the...

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Children affected by war trauma

Children affected by war trauma

A s a child I was growing up in a country that was at war with its neighbours, and even though I was lucky enough to live in the capital city that was not in immediate danger of an armed conflict, I do remember feeling scared at times trying to make sense of things...

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Bipolar Life

Bipolar Life

s a mental health professional, I have noticed that in daily life people use terms like “I’m OCD” or I’m depressed” or “I’m bipolar” more often than it is really the case. Although for me as a professional it raises a red flag, I find that people...

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The influence of language in psychotherapy

The influence of language in psychotherapy

Is it better to have psychotherapy in the client’s native language? rison S. Marden, an American author, once said: “We make the world we live in and shape our own environment.” The world we are making today is a global one, with many...

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