Tag: beliefs

Break Down. Wake Up. podcast – 007 – Questioning Primary Beliefs...

How an unexpected business rejection launched a quest for a successful entrepreneur to understand his personal pain and protective strategies.

Measuring How Mental Health Professionals See Service Users’ Rights

A new scale has been developed and validated to examine beliefs held by mental health professionals towards service users’ rights.

Unusual Beliefs and Behaviors vs. Objective Realities and Truths

As a parent, and a child psychologist, and just as a person, I believe that acquiescing to the idea that we should simply help people “cope more effectively with things as they perceive them” falls short of the most effective and even most loving response.

Frank Bures: Geography of Madness

Frank Bures, author of The Geography of Madness: Penis Thieves, Voodoo Death, and the Search for the Meaning of the World’s Strangest Syndromes, looks beyond travel literature’s colonial superiority and explores how meaning, perception, and belief shape what we think of as “real” in disease and health.