The benefits of single-tasking

by Inga Tomasdottir When was the last time you paid full attention to what you were doing? In the hustle and bustle of today’s society it can be difficult to pay full attention to one thing at a time. There are countless stimuli competing for our attention; emails, phone calls, notifications on smartphones… the list […]

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Big Business, Big Pharma, Big Mental Health? The proliferation of Multitherapist Muticlient Web-based Platforms

Part II. In this installment, I will review the costs of BetterHelp and some of the other legal/ethical issues that they are currently facing.

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Big Business, Big Pharma, Big Mental Health? The proliferation of Multitherapist Multiclient Web-based Platforms

Part I. This blog is a two-part series where I walk the reader through the process of signing up for and receiving services through the mental health platform, BetterHelp.com. I will give you some background about why I did this, as well elaborate about some of the pros and cons that I noticed during my experience. Other legal and ethical issues will be explored in Part II.

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Intensive Short Team Dynamic Psychotherapy Digging deep, fast By Tina Bjarnskov Cand. Psyk. Aut. ISTDP is short for Intensive Short Term Dynamic Psychotherapy. Like all psychodynamic approaches it emphasizes unconscious psychological processes (for example, feelings and fears of which we’re not fully aware) and contends that childhood experiences are crucial in shaping adult personality and […]

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A couple of words about narcissism

by Veronika Leonova, MA Narcissism, narcissist, – we hear these terms everywhere, and amount of posts about narcissism on different social media platforms is constantly growing. In these posts narcissists are usually described as manipulative, cold and abusive, and the focus is placed on how to identify and avoid them or if that mission has […]

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Summer Reading Anyone?

Intern Christine Serritslev explores the mental health benefits of reading. Imagine this: It’s raining, and you can hear the wind howling outside. You’re snuggled up in your favorite comfy chair wrapped in a blanket with a freshly brewed cup of tea at your side, ready to turn the first page of the newest crime book, […]

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Three reasons why therapy might be beneficial to anyone

by Jeanette Galan Mogensen, intern, The Little White House Psychotherapy is a relatively new practice that has only really been around as a scientific discipline for the last century. That’s not a long time, when you consider how long the practice of medicine has been around (some 40 centuries). A common way of perceiving psychotherapy […]

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Vaccine Envy – When Is It My Turn?

By our intern Thea Haldorsen The Framework Agreement Plan for Reopening of Denmark was introduced to the public on April 15th [1]. For the first time since the pandemic broke out we can see light at the end of the tunnel. In just a few months we will be able to hug, have big dinner […]

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Understimulation and humanity

by Debbie Quackenbush, Ph.D. Several years ago, I started noticing that zoo animals had seemingly random objects in their enclosures.  I recall asking a zoo employee about them and was informed that even animals get bored and have ill effects from under stimulation.  Putting toys and novel objects in their cages was a way to […]

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Jungian Psychotherapy– a few words

What is Jungian Psychotherapy? by Veronika Leonova, M.A. Jungian psychotherapy is based on the works of a Swiss psychiatrist, C. G. Jung. It is a form of depth psychotherapy that is distinguished by a focus on the symbolic experiences in one’s life. The issues and problems a client comes with are examined both in terms […]

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