The British Association for Behavioural and Cognitive Psychotherapies, British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy, British Psychoanalytic Council, British Psychological Society and UK Council for Psychotherapy between them represent more than 110,000 psychologists, counsellors, psychotherapists, psychoanalysts and psychiatrists who practise psychotherapy and counselling.
Seeing a friend or a loved one having an anxiety attack can be very worrying. They are so distressed, disorientated and frightened that you are terrified of doing something that might make matters worse.
Research has shown that people with schizophrenia exhibit abnormal electrical activity in the retina. Now a new study finds that a portable device commonly used in optometrists’ offices could allow for a faster diagnosis of the disease, predict relapse and assess symptom severity and treatment effectiveness.
Many of Ashley Eder’s clients who struggle with depression report feeling empty (instead of sad). “This kind of empty feeling comes with not caring about much, not being interested in things, not feeling fueled by anything in particular.”
Maybe you feel angry regularly. You’re irritable, short-tempered and grouchy. Maybe you snap (or want to snap) at everyone around you — because your anger feels like a tsunami. It’s bound to crash into something. Yet you don’t know why you feel this way. You have no clue why you’re so on edge
The relationship between man and animal dates back centuries. Time has transformed this relationship from being one based on utility to one based on love and family.
- Why Those with Schizophrenia Should Not Drink
- Consequences of Alcoholism
- Alcohol Effects on the Body
- The Dangers of Schizophrenic-Related Alcoholism
- When to Get Help
- Taking the Next Step
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A guide explaining the many dangers of substance abuse for those suffering from schizophrenia