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Lola, near the Baltic sea 3700 B.C.
Posted On March 19, 2020 / By / Posted in Global issues

Thinking about the coronavirus pandemic.

  Thinking about the coronavirus pandemic. We will have a look at why thinking about the coronavirus pandemic is complex and why the best measures seem counterintuitive. We then will consider the

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Lewis chessmen, British Museum, illustration for Chess and Therapy, François Weber travelandtherapy.com
Posted On March 8, 2020 / By / Posted in Concepts of the mind

Chess and therapy

Similarities in chess and therapy. Often I have been asked if I use my passion for chess in my work as a therapeutic doctor. And also added -mostly before I could answer- the

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Alhambra by night, view for therapy for high performers by travel and therapy
Posted On February 29, 2020 / By / Posted in therapy

Therapy for high-performers

Introduction To develop an adapted therapy for high-performers and fast decision-makers we assess the differences in locations and dynamics between high-performers and fast decision-makers (HPFD in this article) and therapy. Based on these

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Gaea goddess of the earth Athenian 5th BC
Posted On February 15, 2020 / By / Posted in Global issues

Earth is fed up with being mother earth

Earth is fed up with being Mother Earth
In this post, we consider the new role of individual therapy in a rapidly changing world in which questions about the risk of human behavior for

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Posted On February 3, 2020 / By / Posted in sleep

Insomnia, when Morpheus breaks up with you…

Insomnia is, apart from some relatively rare cases, not a medical matter. The vast majority of insomnia occurs in healthy people. Insomnia is usually the result of continued worrying, of an overly

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Posted On February 2, 2020 / By / Posted in memory

The role of childhood sensations in adult memory functions.

"And I couldn't help but wonder what the hell kind of a homeland this was, what exactly were we fighting for. It may sound strange, but talking to the other soldiers, I

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Posted On January 29, 2020 / By / Posted in Chronic pain

Chronic pain

 

The particular properties of chronic pain versus acute pain.
Anyone with chronic pain and anyone who lives with someone with chronic pain quickly learns the peculiarities and far-reaching consequences of chronic pain. Acute pain

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Posted On January 15, 2020 / By / Posted in Concepts of the mind

Václav Havel on autonomy

Individual therapy is never an individual matter. The state of society and the world are inextricably linked and essential elements of the context of therapy. These elements can generate both a creative

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Posted On October 30, 2019 / By / Posted in Health issues

Anxiety and Panic. A unique chance for therapy?

A search for the ego  

A question

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Posted On October 17, 2019 / By / Posted in consciousness

The manifestations of consciousness in therapy

The therapy lab in a nutshell
We are going to look at how our world of experience develops through our consciousness as a story during therapy in: -Our body ––> embodiment -Time, through the personal

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