Self Help Category

How do Parental Alienators Operate?

COVERTLEY! Firstly they use the children when they are young enough to manipulate, its very subtle. You may not be aware until your children start to play one parent off against the other. Every time they don’t get their own way over something that you have both agreed to in the past, will suddenly become […]

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Behavioral health vs. mental health

Common mental health illnesses: Depression  Generalized anxiety disorder  Bipolar disorder Schizophrenia  Common behavioral disorders: Substance abuse  Gambling addiction  Self-injury Eating disorders

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Psychotic disorders

Psychotic disorders can be triggered by stress, drug or alcohol use, injury, or illness. They can also appear on their own. The following types of disorders may have psychotic symptoms: Bipolar disorder When someone has bipolar disorder, their moods swing from very high to very low. When their mood is high and positive, they may have symptoms […]

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Rewire the Brain

Step 1: Exposure yourself gradually Step 2: Change the way you see the situation Step 3: Face the fear

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Neuroscience and Psychopathology MRes

Year one compulsory modules Psychoanalytic Thought: An Introduction to the Clinical Theory of Psychoanalysis Psychoanalytic Thought: Developments and Applications Research Methods I: Research Skills Research Methods II: Introduction to Statistical Analysis Research Methods III: Evaluating Research Literature (formative) Introduction to Neuroscience Methods Affective Neuroscience Multiple Perspectives on Development and Psychopathology I Multiple Perspectives on Development […]

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Lack of Self Worth

You have problems loving and accepting yourself the way you are. You criticise and judge yourself regularly. You expect perfection from yourself at all times. You wish you could look like or be like someone else. You struggle with social interactions and often feel overlooked and ignored in conversations. You exaggerate to appear more interesting when talking to others. You are easily embarrassed […]

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What Is Self-Respect and Why Is It So Important?

Self-respect is a word that means honoring your worth, preserving your dignity, and taking pride in your abilities. Being self-respecting means that you believe at a core level that you’re worthy of being treated fairly and with courtesy. Why is self-respect so important? Without self-respect, we are susceptible to being used, abused, and mistreated by […]

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Impulsivity for short-term reward in adolescence

Importantly, over late childhood and adolescence, there seems to be a lack of synchrony in the development of two of the critical brain systems that enable fully adaptive behavior.

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