Every thing you need to know about For Therapists

A therapist can be defined as a professional who helps people gain insight about their life, helps them develop an understanding about their problems and solutions and facilitates productive change towards the solutions.

A good therapist should have knowledge about and understanding of multiple aspects of human existence which includes but is not limited to emotions, behaviours and working of the mind.

Also, a good therapist should not just be competent in their specific specialisation but should also have other skills like communication, rapport building, effective listening, questioning……

The knowledge, competency and skills that a good therapist requires are not static. In the constantly evolving world that we are living in even the knowledge, competency and skills that a therapist has needs to continue to evolve.

“For Therapist” tag is a part of all those posts that contains information that will help therapists (psychologists, coaches and other mental health practitioners) enhance their knowledge, develop their skills and become more competent in ways that is useful in their therapeutic practice with clients.

Understanding the Defense Mechanism of Identification with Aggressor

Anna always admired her boss, Tom, for his command over the room and his decisive manner. Though she initially disapproved of Tom’s often abrasive methods, she found herself increasingly mimicking his style – rebuking her colleagues with a sharp tongue,

Defense Mechanism of Introjection: Healing Internalized Beliefs

Introduction: The Weight of a Parent’s Words Have you ever felt like you’re not being true to yourself? Like the thoughts and opinions you express aren’t really yours, but someone else’s? If so, you might be experiencing something called introjection.

Defense Mechanism of Isolation: Insights and Healing Strategies

Imagine Sarah, a vibrant woman known for her infectious laughter and boundless empathy. Yet, in the quiet moments, she feels an ocean widening between her and the world. Recent heartbreak has led her to an inner retreat, where emotions are

Comprehensive Guide to Cognitive Therapy: Principles and Techniques

Cognitive Therapy (CT), developed by Dr. Aaron T. Beck in the 1960s, has transformed the landscape of mental health treatment. By focusing on the interconnectedness of thoughts, feelings, and behaviours, CT empowers individuals to identify and challenge maladaptive thought patterns,

Understanding the Defense Mechanism of Splitting: Navigating Extremes

Introduction: The Dilemma of Dichotomy Meet Emma, a woman whose world is painted in stark contrasts. Her colleagues either adore her or, after the slightest mishap, become her sworn adversaries. Friends are angelic confidants until a canceled plan abruptly casts

Unlock Repressed Memories: Proven Therapy Techniques for Psychologists

As a practicing psychologist, do you often encounter clients who seem stuck, unable to progress despite numerous sessions? Have you ever wondered if there are deep-seated issues lurking beneath their conscious awareness, obstructing their path to healing? Addressing repressed memories

Cognitive Hypnotic Psychotherapy - Transformative Therapies in Action

Transformative Therapy Techniques in Cognitive Hypnotic Psychotherapy

Cognitive Hypnotic Psychotherapy (CHP) is a powerful therapy method that combines ideas and techniques from many different therapies. This makes CHP a flexible and comprehensive approach to addressing mental health issues. Below, we look at the main therapies and approaches