Psychology

Psychotherapy goes online in the age of coronavirus

Numerous studies support the efficacy of online counseling and say that clients don’t seem to mind.

By DR. MIKE GROPPER
19/08/2020
Willingness to comply with social distance relies on working memory

Decision-making processes are easier for people with higher working memory capacity, potentially leading to an increased willingness to comply with social distancing.

09/08/2020
What can the IDF do when a soldier cannot handle the stress?

A story of an Orthodox Israeli Jew who wants out of the IDF.

By AARON LEIBEL
15/07/2020
How can those 65+ avoid wild emotional fluctuations in trying times?

While a positive outlook from the government may make us feel hopeful, a negative report from a medical expert can bring us down.

By DR. MIKE GROPPER
15/07/2020
Dr. Miriam Adahan’s advice on create a soothing inner voice

The COVID-19 pandemic has created a great deal of emotional distress, with many people experiencing fear and uncertainty. Here are a few tips for coping.

By RIVA SCHERTZMAN
16/07/2020
Trump shaped by abusive father, is a cheater – new book claims

Mary L Trump, a niece of US President Donald Trump, attempts to explain his personality based on their family’s alleged dark past.

Blunder of binary thinking: How can humans be both happy and despondent?

The brain, with its 86 billion neurons, ‘may operate on an amazingly simple mathematical logic.’

03/07/2020
How did it change you?

We are human, and our memories are short.

By DR. BATYA L. LUDMAN
25/06/2020
EXAMINE THE coping strategies that have helped you in the past and try to apply them in the present.
How to mentally cope with coronavirus

Making life more bearable in this unusual, taxing time.

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