Group Therapy for a Case Study

Group therapy is an approach used by psychiatrists in evaluating the different issues patients may be experiencing and helping them solve them. The formation of a group is dependent on a number of factors, and being the objectives is one of them. How...

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Stages of Psychosocial Development

Erick Erikson has provided a theory that explains that the human development follows certain psychosocial stages. The theory provides eight stages that a healthy developing person should experience. Erick argues that if one skips one of the stages, i...

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The Grief Process

Grieving is usually a complicated process, which has different effects on people depending on their environment, support of the nearest and dearest, and stages of grieving. In particular, there is a need to consider each aspect of mourning, which is ...

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Personal Loss: Bereavement and Grief

Bereavement Bereavement is the condition of people of being unhappy due to the demise death of a member of their family or friend. It is also said to be the condition of being deprived of someone, especially a loved one, through death. It is a distre...

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Psychoanalytic Theory

This theory provides controversial but cohesive insights as to how a human mind works. Additionally, psychoanalytic theory provides a modern approach towards psychotherapy. This way, the theory as a counseling theory provides a treatment technique, e...

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