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Navigating the No Surprises Act and Good Faith Estimates

The No Surprises Act, signed into law in 2020, aims to protect patients from unexpected medical bills by requiring healthcare providers to provide

Deciphering the Influence: Manipulation in Mental Health Context

For mental health professionals, understanding the complexities of manipulation is crucial in navigating therapeutic relationships and promoting

Understanding the Healing Potential of Biofield Therapy in Mental Health Practice

In recent years, there has been a growing interest in holistic approaches to mental health care that complement traditional therapeutic modalities.

The Evolution of Deindividuation

Deindividuation is a psychological phenomenon characterized by a loss of self-awareness and identity when individuals are part of a group or crowd.

Pseudologia Fantastica: Layers of Deceit

Compulsive lying, also known as pathological lying, mythomania, or habitual lying, is a condition where individuals habitually convey falsehoods,

What is Catharsis?

Catharsis theory posits that the process of purging strong or suppressed emotions, often referred to as "venting," has the potential to alleviate

Demystifying Pregnancy Symptoms in Men: Separating Fact from Fiction

Pregnancy, a biological journey predominantly associated with women, has stirred intriguing discussions around the possibility of men experiencing

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) vs. Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT)

In mental health, two prominent therapeutic modalities—Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) and Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT)—stand out for their

The Complexity of Countertransference

Psychotherapy is ever-evolving, where the intricacies of human thoughts, feelings, and behaviors are explored, and countertransference emerges as a

Rationalization: A Closer Look at the Defense Mechanism in Various Settings

Defense mechanisms play a crucial role in how individuals cope with stress, anxiety, and uncomfortable emotions. One such mechanism, rationalization,

Dealing with Difficult Clients in Therapy

While most clients seek help with an open mind, there are times when therapists find themselves faced with difficult clients. These challenging

Maternal Mental Illness

Structural changes occur as mothers undergo the childbearing process, impacting their physical, mental, and behavioral health. Individuals who are

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