Singapore is often considered the cross-roads or intellectual and cultural hub of Southeast Asia. Although small in size and population, …
No one knows exactly how forgoing shared rituals will affect us individually or as a society. However, science does give us some clues. By understanding the purpose of shared rituals, we can try to preserve their intent and create a sense of shared emotion, connection, and transcendence.
This essay is intended to expand on the oral presentation given on August 14, 2019, specifically focusing on the concepts of American philosopher and psychologist, William James, and the application of these concepts to modem American psychology. The essay is presented as first person William James who announced his ideas through time travel.
This essay focuses on concepts of ancient Chinese philosopher Chuang-Tzu and its application to modem Clinical psychology. The essay is presented as first person Chuang-Tzu who announced his ideas through time travel.
Experiences with Counselling for Individuals Within the South Asian Community I: Rationale and Literature
The purpose of this research was to utilize the lived experiences of SA individuals to understand what change(s) allowed them to seek and participate in counselling, and in turn to alter the conversation about the use of mental health services by those of the SA community.
Experiences with Counselling for Individuals Within the South Asian Community II: Methodology, Stories and Analysis
by Alisha Mann, MPsy This series was originally completed as a Major Research Project in partial fulfillment of Adler Graduate …
The difference between “mine” and “yours” may be self-evident for the Westerner. For the Bedouin most things are “ours”; at least among friends.
The fundamental issue here is how a society deals with the fact that the future can never be known: should we try to control the future or just let it happen?
Differences in the friendship between Bashar and me on the dimension of individualism/collectivism displayed a similar pattern to Hofstede’s findings on Dutch, Israeli and Arab cultures.