Tag: psychologist

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Does Culture Matter in Therapy (and why)?

‘The concept of culture is more than just an individual’s race/ethnicity. Our cultural backgrounds, from psychological understanding, include a collection of external influences in a person. Even in the same ethno-cultural group, individuals are culturally different in regards to other influences such as religion, social class, education, gender, sexuality, age, career position, professional discipline, etc.’
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Sep 12, 2020

Is Therapy really suitable for me?

In the last article, I shared about some myths of therapy which may have stopped people from accessing therapy. One of the key elements to a successful therapy is ‘commitment’- you need to commit to the therapy in order to make it work. Indeed therapy is not something easy for everyone to commit to. This
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Jun 8, 2020

Daily Inspiring Quote 2

‘It is impossible to be worried-free even when we reach the age of 40.Different life problems come one after another – career direction, family problems, parents’ healthy, the own future path… Having learnt tea making for twenty years,I still cannot attain the ‘nothingness’ state in heart.My mind is filled with work issues,things I need to
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Jun 8, 2020

Daily Inspiring Quote

‘All things in the world are put into two groups – they are ‘instantly understood’ or cannot be ‘instantly understood’. If we approach those things which can be instantly understood,understanding goes on in the heart.We however need to repeatedly encounter things we cannot instantly understand,so that we can bit by bit comprehend,and allow learning transcend
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