The role of defence mechanisms

Defence mechanisms arise during stressful situations. Our Ego is responsible for stimulating defence mechanisms in the mind. Photo by Digital Buggu on Pexels.com This Ego is related to a judge whose role is to satisfy both Id and Superego's requirements. The pressure of these forces causes anxiety and fear in individuals. In order to defend … Continue reading The role of defence mechanisms

The Id, Ego and Superego.

Today will be continuous of Freud's Psycholanalitical thinking, includiding the Id, Ego & Superego In the 1920’s, Sigmund Freud named three parts of the human mind which were the basis for the structure of the personality. Freud named these as being the Id, which is concerned with the pleasure principle. The ego was involved with … Continue reading The Id, Ego and Superego.

Personal and professional integration.

Photo by Gustavo Fring on Pexels.com personal and professional integration is one of the most important aspects of practising counselling and psychotherapy. Without this amalgamation, counselling practice would be feeble and unethical. Just as a theory must be linked with practice, a psychotherapist should assimilate their traits with professional experience. As a student practitioner of … Continue reading Personal and professional integration.

Mindfulness

Emotion regulation and interpersonal effectiveness teach us how to change, where the mindfulness and distress tolerance teach acceptance. These four skills is attach with self-management and they are part of the five functions in Dialectal Behaviour Therapy (DBT) which are: enhancing capabilities, group work and homework, individual therapy, training and support, and treatment team. Another skill … Continue reading Mindfulness

Different types of counselling and psychotherapy …

We know many kinds of counselling that can be used in providing a mental care to the counselled person or group of people. The psychotherapist makes a choice which approach of therapeutic intervention is appropriate to use for particular case and situations.  Some types of counselling are: spiritual, supportive, crisis, individual, preventative, group, family and … Continue reading Different types of counselling and psychotherapy …

Workplace situations where counselling can be effective…

The counselling in the workplace can be effective in many situations such as stress, depression, anxiety, bullying, physically abusive, discrimination, racism and lots of different issues. Counselling in the workplace can expansion defensiveness, increased ability to express themselves, improved relationships with other people and increased self-esteem what can be very effective and so helpful.Each case … Continue reading Workplace situations where counselling can be effective…

The purpose and nature of counselling…

 The purpose and nature of counselling and psychotherapy are helping people with their emotional crisis on how to solve those problems and make their own decisions. Usually is a dialogue between two people or a group where one person is a counsellor and others called patients. Counselling should have a non-judgemental role with good listening … Continue reading The purpose and nature of counselling…