A few days ago someone commented on an old post here. Actually, they’re all old posts now Anyway, it was a reminder to me that this place still exists, so I thought I might bring things up to date a little.
Posts Tagged ‘therapy’
Posted in For patients, Review, UK, tagged case study, CCGs, clinical commissioning groups, counseling, counselling, diagnosis, evidence, family, GPs, IAPT, mental health, mental illness, NHS, NICE, primary care, psychotherapy, recovery, secondary care, therapy, training on December 16, 2011 | 1 Comment »
Posted in For patients, For therapists, Review, Techniques, tagged Carl Rogers, case study, diagnosis, emotion, feelings, mental health, mental illness, psychology, psychotherapy, therapy on June 8, 2011 | Leave a Comment »
In a recent TED talk, an expert in the management of chronic pain in children explains neuropathic pain, a form of chronic pain in which the nervous system itself becomes faulty and creates the experience of intense pain, both the sensation of pain in the brain and the side-effects of injury in the affected (but not actually injured) part of the body.
Posted in CBT, For patients, For therapists, Research, Review, Techniques, UK, tagged BABCP, CBT, childhood, mental health, mental illness, psychotherapy, recovery, Research, therapy, training on May 10, 2011 | Leave a Comment »
Posted in depression, For patients, Review, UK, tagged CBT, counseling, counselling, diagnosis, emotion, feelings, mental health, mental illness, NHS, psychotherapy, recovery, Research, therapy on April 28, 2011 | 1 Comment »
I noticed today that Depression Awareness Week is coming, according the website of the charity Depression Alliance. This year it’s going to be the week of 11th-18th April — oh — well, I suppose I’m in no position to complain that they don’t update their website very often.
Like many sources of information and self-help about mental illness, Depression Alliance have a fuzzy definition of what mental illness is, and that’s much more serious.
Posted in CBT, For patients, Research, Review, UK, tagged CBT, counseling, counselling, diagnosis, distress, evidence, mental health, mental illness, NHS, psychiatry, psychotherapy, Research, science, therapy on April 21, 2011 | Leave a Comment »
A Harvard professor of psychiatry and the law has published a pocket guide to help clinicians working in mental health avoid some common pitfalls.
It is possible to look at the guide from a patient’s point of view, and to deduce some warning signs of when therapy is going wrong.