The Philosophical Same
I wonder if people are as into difference as they were 20+ some years ago. I feel like people now-days are more about being the same. Current problem seem to be associated more with being different. For example: the growth of mental issue awareness seems promote solutions toward “connection”, and indeed, medications are more about…
A Magical formula used in conjuring, 1630s, earlier Hocas Pocas, common name of a magician or juggler (1620s); a sham-Latin invocation used by jugglers, perhaps based on a perversion of the sacramental blessing from the Mass, Hoc est corpus meum “This is my body.” The first to make this speculation on its origin apparently was…
Mentally Sick or Not—(Bio)Markers of Psychiatric Disorders Needed
Mentally Sick or Not—(Bio)Markers of Psychiatric Disorders Needed — Read on www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC7465438/ —Do you know, or you do believe? basically: the people that are convincing us there are have no clue as to biological markers, nor why psychiatric medicines work or even if they “cure” as disorder.
Mental Disorder: A Phenomenological Phantom?
Do DSM Psychological Disorders have any relationship to neurological brain states? Sarah Durston, Professor of Developmental Disorders of the Brain at the University Medical Centre Utrecht gives some credible evidence and sound philosophical question to materialistic ideals listed in the DSM to be called Mental Disorders. I suppose it would make sense that mental disorders…
Someone said: the future of Mental Health ? Oh!
youtu.be/a546lxxJIhE —- If psychedelics are, I’m pretty sure there will just be new and improved mental issues they cannot treat. The nature of the psychedelic experience cannot be contained. For sure, they can be helpful. But we should, we are ethically required to ask: at what cost is this “spiritual-psychological revival” for mental health? Yet,…
:: Are mental health awareness efforts contributing to the rise in reported mental health problems? A call to test the prevalence inflation hypothesis
This paper by Lucy Foulkes and Jack L. Andrews has been published by New Ideas in Psychology. The abstract says: “In the past decade, there have been… Are mental health awareness efforts contributing to the rise in reported mental health problems? A call to test the prevalence inflation hypothesis
:: Australia to allow prescription of MDMA and psilocybin for treatment-resistant mental illnesses
“… the decision will make Australia the first country in the world to officially recognise MDMA and psilocybin as medicines” This report (from Tory … Australia to allow prescription of MDMA and psilocybin for treatment-resistant mental illnesses
Paper: Counseling and The Two Routes
An exploration into the reality of psychology from the perspective of mental health.
Attachment Styles and some comment on mental health diagnosis
link.medium.com/U5KISSiN4vb —– Cool little brief about attachment styles. I would change only one phrase: it is not a diagnosis. People might be diagnosed with an attachment disorder, but the explanatory trope here is about styles of interpersonal attachment. They are ways to help people understand what they are involved with, what they are doing, to…
:: Weird, That, and Merry Mass
I’m not a fan of psychology as a discipline, so this WEIRD phenomenon comes as no surprise. In fact, it’s not even that new. If memory serves, I … Weird, That X