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» Recognizing the Signs of Love Addiction - World of Psychology

» Recognizing the Signs of Love Addiction - World of Psychology | Psychology | Scoop.it
While people may admit to having struggles in their relationships, including difficulty with intimacy, it is sometimes hard to admit that you struggle with love (World of Psychology: Recognizing the Signs of Love Addiction

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Counseling Psychology Masters Degree

Counseling Psychology Masters Degree | Psychology | Scoop.it
Find out more about the work of a psychology counselor and about taking a counseling psychology masters degree online. Locate schools and programs suitable for you.

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Stewart-Marshall's curator insight, February 2, 2013 8:51 AM

A typical masters degree in counseling psychology might include: human growth and development, assessment, counseling theory, interpersonal communications and relationships. individual and group work, professional identity, research methods, social and cultural diversity, and counseling diagnosis. 

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A touch of compassion: ‘We’re creating individuals who don’t know how to reach out to each other’

A touch of compassion: ‘We’re creating individuals who don’t know how to reach out to each other’ | Psychology | Scoop.it
A psychologist believes nurturing compassion is the key to solving personal problems and societal ills

 

Paul Gilbert, author of the best-selling self-help book Overcoming Depression, and, more recently, The Compassionate Mind, wants people to wake up to the value of compassion.

 

Gilbert, professor of clinical psychology at the University of Derby in England, defines compassion as a “basic kindness, with a deep awareness of the suffering of oneself and of other living things, coupled with the wish and effort to relieve it.”

 

“There has been a complete neglect of compassion in our world,” he says. “For example, humans are a very tactile species, and we respond to hugs and cuddles, yet the fear of paedophilia is creating a generation of children who aren’t touched [by people other than close family members],” he says.

 

 

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Suzan Clark's curator insight, January 27, 2014 2:47 PM

How can someone love you, if you don't?
Stop comparing yourself to others..  one will always lose. Then you are either a loser, or they are.. 
Don't be around people who play games with themselves by comparing, they will either act as if they have won internally or lost. 
And will always have something to prove. Self compassion is the root of compassion towards others. A critical self is critical of others.
"Make a fair observing  thinking space"
 

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A positive approach to schooling

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How the positive psychology movement in Australian schools is making a lasting impact with its students and setting an example for the world to follow.

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Barbara Kerr's curator insight, September 27, 2013 1:49 PM

Positive psychology has a great future in the classroom. 

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Studying a Masters in Clinical Psychology

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Find out more about masters in clinical psychology programs, locate suitable schools, learn about the work of a clinical psychologist, prospects, and more ...

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Natalie Stewart's curator insight, February 6, 2013 10:19 PM

Clinical psychology is the application of psychology to the analysis, research and treatment of severe mental health disorders, such as bipolar disorder and schizophrenia.