My new collaborative blog with another psychologist!

I am happy to share about my new blog established with another colleague of mine, Nancy Leaver who is also a counseling psychologist in training. Basically we two bonded with our mutual interests on social justice and inequality, and via our conversations we recognized that both want to articulate own/others' voices as therapists/practitioners/psychologists (see our …

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Captured Moment Series – 09

(Shoes on the Danube Bank, Budapest (Hungary). By Can Togay and Gyula Pauer - In honor to those perished during WW2) History appears to repeat itself. When we seem to have progressed from the legacy of WW2, terrorism and wars pull us back to the brutal reality, that human conflicts have never ended. In fact …

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Address Social Injustice: Start Within the Self

Recently I have been exposed to research on social justice and equality, which have directly and indirectly influenced my constantly developing understanding of the meaning of well-being from within the individual to the relation to the wider socio-cultural-political contexts. I believe this change may also be evident in my writing interests, including the current one …

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Diversity and Inequality: Pondering on National Cerebral Palsy Awareness Day

Mar 25. National Cerebral Palsy awareness day. ‘Why do you want to know (the national cerebral palsy awareness day)?’ The reason that I know about cerebral palsy was due to a girl I came across with in volunteering. It was actually quite coincidental time that she told me about her having cerebral palsy, as she …

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Sometimes we do go an Extra Mile to learn how to REST

The wisdom of life can be simple - make a balance between work and rest. Yet it's always easier said than done. When we overwork, we drive ourselves away from having some time on our own. We tend not to listen to our needs - spend time without goals, tasks or responsibilities. find our own ways to relax …

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