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A phobia is defined as an irrational fear that produces a conscious avoidance of the feared subject, situation or activity. The affected person usually realizes that the reaction is excessive. The fea…
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Feb
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Persistent depressive disorder, previously known as dysthymia, is a type of mood disorder, which is less severe, yet more chronic, than it’s more acute counterpart, major depression.  The Greek word d…
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Feb
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If you’ve ever considered seeing a therapist, you might have wondered whether therapy was something that was right for you or could be of help.  Perhaps you weren’t sure whether what you had been expe…
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Feb
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If you have ever experienced a panic attack, you know the symptoms:  Racing pulse, shortness of breath, disturbing thoughts, a feeling as though your skin is crawling, hot flashes, and an overall sens…
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Feb
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Why?  I once had a teacher or professor convey this anecdote, or perhaps it’s just an urban legend, about a philosophy instructor who, for his course’s final exam, simply strode to the board and wro…
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Jan
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Cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT) is one of the most research-supported psychotherapeutic modalities for treatment of a wide array of conditions, including anxiety, depression, phobias, mood disorder…
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Jan
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  If you have decided to seek out a psychologist for therapy, you might wonder how to go about finding one who is a good fit for you.  Here are some things you might consider when looking for a psych…
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Jan
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Dissociative identity disorder (DID), previously known as multiple personality disorder, is a posttraumatic disorder that manifests as complex dissociative states. A dissociative state interrupts the …
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Jan
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Many people develop unhealthy relationships with food.  People may eat when they feel the pain of loss, stress, or even out of boredom.  While none of those behaviors is an eating disorder, when taken…
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The build-up to the holidays is often stressful.  What might seem like a never-ending array of activities, such as buying gifts, planning for parties, visiting relatives, and traveling, can often feel…
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