Psychoanalysis
69 views | +0 today
Follow
Your new post is loading...
Your new post is loading...
Scooped by Teodor-Florin Stoica
Scoop.it!

How’s Your Vision?

How’s Your Vision? | Psychoanalysis | Scoop.it
Ophthalmologists tell us to have our eyes examined each year. But how about our vision for our lives? When would be a good time to check your 'in-sight'?
more...
No comment yet.
Scooped by Teodor-Florin Stoica
Scoop.it!

Hubble, Duncan and Miller on What Works in Therapy

Hubble, Duncan and Miller on What Works in Therapy | Psychoanalysis | Scoop.it
For over four decades, the message from psychotherapy outcome research has been getting clearer: the theories and techniques of professional therapy have very...
more...
No comment yet.
Scooped by Teodor-Florin Stoica
Scoop.it!

» Can Therapy Really Change Your Brain? - World of Psychology

» Can Therapy Really Change Your Brain? - World of Psychology | Psychoanalysis | Scoop.it
I feel fortunate to be a psychotherapist in this day and age.
more...
No comment yet.
Scooped by Teodor-Florin Stoica
Scoop.it!

The 10 Best Psychology and Philosophy Books of 2012

The 10 Best Psychology and Philosophy Books of 2012 | Psychoanalysis | Scoop.it
From Buddhism to the relationship between creativity and dishonesty, by way of storytelling and habit.

After the best science books, art
more...
No comment yet.
Scooped by Teodor-Florin Stoica
Scoop.it!

Resolution on the Recognition of Psychotherapy Effectiveness — Approved August 2012

Resolution on the Recognition of Psychotherapy Effectiveness — Approved August 2012 | Psychoanalysis | Scoop.it
Psychotherapy provides symptom relief and personality change, enhances quality of life, promotes adaptive functioning in work/school and relationships, increases the likelihood of making healthy life choices and offers other benefits.
more...
No comment yet.
Scooped by Teodor-Florin Stoica
Scoop.it!

Freud on Creative Writing and Daydreaming

Freud on Creative Writing and Daydreaming | Psychoanalysis | Scoop.it
The opposite of play is not what is serious but what is real.
more...
Shaun Straining's curator insight, September 18, 2015 8:33 AM

I thought this was interesting, and in my opinion it is a pretty true statement to say that childhood fantasies evolve into writers' fantasies. A lot of writers write to express their ideas creatively and children typically play to express their ideas so it makes some sort of sense.