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The Causes of Divorce Are as Varied as the People Getting Them
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This 10-page-paper presents an in-depth discussion on the various causes of divorce including substance abuse, infidelity and physical abuse. Bibliography lists seven sources.
Filename: CWdivorc.wps

The Grieving Process: Bereavement Counseling in the Evolutionary Progression Toward a Healthy Recovery After Personal Loss
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A 12 page analysis of the thesis that “Grief is a necessary and evolutionary process for recovery following a personal loss, there are many channels that facilitate and aid this healthy recovery”. Identifies the role of bereavement counseling in this process, emphasizing that it allows an avenue for the expression of grief and its related emotions and dilemmas as well as a therapeutic address of those emotions and dilemmas. Bibliography lists 10 sources.
Filename: PPgrief.rtf

The Psychological Significance of Nightmares.
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(7 pp) There is s dark side of dreams - nightmares - dreams of fear, pain, bad feelings that often are not easily explained. Nightmares occur mostly because some problem disturbs you unconsciously, and their significance, of course can alert you, through the use of symbolic images as to where your problems are, however, they may also indicate serious problems like depressions, or some type of emotional or medical illness. Bibliography lists 7 sources.
Filename: BBntmare.doc

The Psychology of Learning
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5 pages in length. In his book, Acts of Meaning, Jerome Bruner comments on the issue of narrative in relation to its impact on human learning and thinking. It is argued therein that we should center our attention on the significance of narrative to the psychology of learning, especially as it relates to the practice of psychology by counselors, therapists, and educators. Bibliography lists 7 sources.
Filename: JGAbrunr.wps

The Relational Model: Empathy and Therapeutic Counseling
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A 14 page overview of the many problems with identification, empathy, and understanding, which can infiltrate the therapeutic relationship as a result of cultural, racial, appearance, or lifestyle differences between client and therapist. Provides numerous examples as to how factors such as traditional beliefs, sexual preference, or even problems such as obesity can adversely affect the client/therapist relationship. Emphasizes the importance of overcoming these problems with a client-centered approach of understanding and empathy. Bibliography lists 17 sources.
Filename: PPempath.wps

The Relationship Between Shamanism and Psychotherapy
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This 5 page paper relates the two worlds that, as it turns out, are not so dissimilar. Jung's study of Shamanism is explored. Bibliography lists 2 sources.
Filename: SA115sha.wps

The Similarities Between Counseling And Teaching
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A 7 page paper. The initial question was: would a background in counseling be helpful when teaching? The writer explores the characteristics of effective teaching and effective counseling as presented in the literature, then compares the similarities. The writer also demonstrates that many of the qualities cited for effective teaching are not included in teacher preparation programs. Bibliography lists 20 sources.
Filename: PGtchcns.wps

The use of Self-disclosure in Professional Practice
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This 5 page paper looks at the subject of self-disclosure in psychological and counseling practices. Ethical considerations are discussed. Bibliography lists 10 sources.
Filename: SA123sd.rtf


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