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MSW in psychiatric clinical social work
I find the struggles people face are challenging, interesting, and gratifying to assist.
I believe everyone has the ability to self-heal and that many adult problems are in fact understandable childhood ways of coping with pain that have been brought forward into adult life. The key to much healing is to give oneself the healthy parental caring that was missed in childhood.
most anything might trigger PTSD depending on the circumstances and individual: angry outbursts, addiction, difficulty with concentration, guilt, depression, suicidal thoughts, reliving the trauma, mental
You may have weak emotional boundaries so that your emotions are easily projected onto others or you absorb the emotions of others. This is a common feature of Borderline Personality Disorder. To understand
• In what setting do you practice? How long have you been practicing? private practice 30+ years • What are your specialties or areas of clinical focus? individual, couple, family, internet
First, you need to believe that you have the ability to choose what you do and think. Then you need to choose to stop looking at porn. The thoughts and masturbation are not wrong in themselves, but because
Dissociative Identity Disorder.... Bourru and Burot called Louis Vivé's states "variations of personality," seeing them as successive trance-like states. Their view was influenced by the great theorist
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