Monthly Archive for: ‘2 years ago’
Psychology Round Table: Psychotherapy During the COVID-19 Crisis
Members of the Global Psychology Task Force who are actively involved in the provision of psychotherapeutic services during this era of the COVID-19 virus came together for a digitally-mediated “round table” to share their perspectives on the unique challenges associated with doing therapy in this environment.
The Global Psychology Task Force: COVID-19 Ramifications
I will begin posting recordings of your task force meeting on this bulletin board–unless we are using the recordings inside …
Couples Communication: Military Marriages and the Languages of Love
We often heard statements made that military marriages have shockingly high divorce rates, or that “only the strongest survive.” If …
Managing Stress in Singapore
While stress is a world-wide phenomenon, it has some unique properties when confronted in Southeast Asia — and particularly in Singapore with the strong interest in this country on achievement (at all costs).
In Search of Truth II: The Dance of Collusion
A powerful process called collusion is operating when the expert and advice-follower dance together in creating an illusion of knowledge and foresight. Collusion is a complex and often subtle process, typically involving all parties in a relationship or group. Even if a participant is not actively involved in the collusion, the mere acquiescence to the collusion will exacerbate the collusive process.
In Search of Truth I: Hubris and Narcissism
Leaders who attempt to predict the future make mistakes. What tends to worsen these situations and make them more dangerous is that people with the most knowledge can tend to emerge as leaders, with lots of influence on the people around them.
Couples Therapy in Singapore
As in the United States and other Western countries, couples in Singapore seek out therapeutic assistance in addressing their major, unresolved issues which is mainly revolved around the family of origin.
Issue Two: Clinical Psychology in Singapore
In this second issue we offer the first in a series of issues focusing on the perspectives and practices of professional psychologists providing services in a specific country or region–in this case the highly influential country of Singapore.
Psychopharmacology in Singapore
Psychopharmacology in Singapore borrows from many traditions–both Western and Eastern.
Leading into the Future IX: Fragmented and Inconsistent Images
We had moved in our postmodern world into a form of global capitalism that requires high levels of consumption, which in turns requires ceaseless transformation in style, a connoisseurship of surface, an emphasis on packaging and reproducibility.