therapy

DBT & Philosophy

The history and practice of various therapeutic modalities—in fact, the whole history of therapy itself—is tightly bound up with the history and practice of philosophy. While the focused study of philosophy as such is these days largely confined to universities and other academic contexts, there is much to be gained from the process of identifying […]

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Anxiety: Daytime Activities That Promote Restful Sleep At Night

The chaotic nature of daily life often affects our ability to enjoy restful nights. Creating a balance between work, personal commitments, and self-care is essential to managing anxiety and promoting better sleep hygiene. Let’s explore a few daytime activities that can help alleviate anxiety and pave the way for nights of restful sleep.

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Love-Object: Attachment Theory & It’s Relationship To False Self

To Love and Be Loved A Very Brief History of Attachment Theory and its’ relationship to the False Self  The British psychoanalyst John Bowlby sought to understand the anxiety and distress  children experienced when separated from their primary caregivers. Bowlby shared the psychoanalytic view that early experiences in childhood are important for influencing development and

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