Articles: holistic psychotherapy

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  1. The Psychologist's Fallacy - and other pitfalls

    by Sheldon Litt, Ph.D.

    Today we will look at some common fallacies or misconstructions found in the general area of psychology/ psychotherapy. The most common myth, as I see it - and many are prone to th...

  2. The Role of the Transpersonal Dimension in Life-Threatening Illness

    by Beata Bishop

    This article focuses on Transpersonal Psychology which is based on the work of Carl Jung, Roberto Assagioli, Abraham Maslow and their successors. It combines the traditions of west...

  3. The Use of The Past in Psychotherapy

    by Sheldon Litt, Ph.D.

    In his column this month Sheldon Litt explores the use of the past in psychotherapy.

  4. The Uses of Silence

    by Beata Bishop

    Beata Bishop points out that noise has become an increasing part of today’s society, particularly for young people; silence is scary and needs to be filled. Yet this silence is ess...

  5. To Lie or not to Lie

    by Sheldon Litt, Ph.D.

    Today's column comes from a discussion I had recently with an acquaintance, let's call him Herbert. Now Herb is very much in love with a wonderful woman, but despite that, he still...

  6. Trapped by Assumptions

    by Beata Bishop

    This column focuses on the Assumption Trap, a powerful fallacy that makes us reach cast-iron conclusions about a person or situation, without testing what the reality might be.

  7. Understanding Ourselves: Do You Deserve a Treat?

    by Dorothy Rowe - Deceased

    Fancy a cream cake? Could you buy one without feeling guilty? Should you have to establish first whether you deserve one? In this article, Dorothy Rowe relates our shiver of guilt ...

  8. What Is Hypnotherapy - How does it Work - and why do we Need It....?

    by Sally Stubbs

    The real origin and essence of the hypnotic condition is the induction of a habit of abstraction or mental concentration, in which, as in reverie or spontaneous abstraction, the pow...

  9. When Less is More

    by Beata Bishop

    In this column the author discusses our dependency on electricity, following a sudden power cut in her area. What would it be like, she wondered, if - as is happening in many part...

  10. Who, Me?

    by Beata Bishop

    Beata Bishop highlights a major theme in today’s world – the blame culture, and from her own observations of society and in her psychotherapy practice she illustrates how blaming h...

  11. Why We are not Free to be Free to be Our Self - How We can Be

    by Sally Stubbs

    A friend, who is a lovely woman and a caring intelligent mother, (but her dog is thoroughly daft!) said to me: “Therapists always want to blame your childhood for mind-emotional p...

  12. Women - Why do they put up with abuse?

    by Sheldon Litt, Ph.D.

    Although I have worked as a psychotherapist for more than 30 years, I must admit that there are many things about women that I just don't understand. Many of my patients are women ...

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