The Exploring Stress

The aim of this study was to investigate stress amongst International post graduates at the LSE compared with their UK counterparts. ...

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Diagnosis Of Borderline Personality Disorder

Borderline personality disorder (BPD) is a psychiatric disorder with a pervasive pattern of instability in four areas: affect regulation, impulse control, self-image, and interpersonal relationships. ...

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Prisoner Abuse Military Police

When evidence of prisoner abuse at Abu Ghraib first surfaced via graphic and disturbing photos of detainees and military police personnel, the response from around the world was shock, outrage and disgust ...

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The Transference

Transference is considered to be one of the major agents of change and many different conceptions of it vary greatly among psychoanalytic theorists and observers ...

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Theory And Practice Of Supervision

Supervision theories and practices began emerging as soon as counsellors started to train other counsellors (Bernard & Goodyear, 2009). ...

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Academic Motivation In Eduation

The importance of education in humankind has never been an intricate question, since indeed, the future of society lies in it ...

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Childs First Attachments

This is an essay which will critically evaluate the factors that affect the development of an attachment between a caregiver and an infant ...

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Person Centred Approaches To Counselling

To begin considering the values of the person-centred approach compared with a psychodynamic approach to counselling, focusing on how each method views the person and their mental life, explains the problems being experienced and the help offered to relieve psychological stress, also looking at how the client is encouraged to change, the techniques used and the role of the counsellor within each therapy ...

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The Problem In Eating Disorder

Anorexia nervosa is an eating dissorder characterised by preoccupation with body weight and food, behavior directed toward to losing weight, peculiar patterns of handling food, weight loss, intence fear of gaining body weight,disturbance of body image and amenorrhea. ...

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