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According to this systemic review (:the most objective kind of evidence come from reviews of studies not primary sources:) 1 in 7 schizophrenia patients met criteria for recovery. (:Yes, I use smiley faces to demarcate my separate but supporting propositions.:) Source: http://www.medscape.com/viewarticle/814844 A Systematic Review and Meta-analysis of ...


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Schizophrenia has no cure, which means you cannot "force" it to stop. However, not every case is lifelong by nature. Information on schizophrenia prognosis: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Prognosis_of_schizophrenia "A clinical study using strict recovery criteria (concurrent remission of positive and negative symptoms and adequate social and vocational ...


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Intuitively, I would also see disgust or fear of contamination as a plausible pathway. However, the explanation that has been discussed in the literature is that trypophobia-eliciting stimuli have basic visual characteristics that are also found in highly poisonous animals (Cole & Wilkins, 2013). Quoting their abstract: Phobias are usually described ...


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It appears you have heard correctly, at least in a sense: there are no peer reviewed treatments for narcissistic personality disorder (NPD) itself. On the other hand, this does not constitute evidence that narcissists cannot be treated, either. A review of the NPD literature by Dhawan, Kunik, Oldham and Coverdale (2010) reported an absence of evidence one ...


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For several reasons, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) should have a good fit for someone who has a skeptic and scientific outlook on life. There is a large body of research showing that CBT is effective (see e.g., Hofmann et al. 2012). Obviously, this also depends on the kind of disorder. And of course, other forms of therapy can be effective too. ...


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Asking “you’ve listed many bad qualities about your girlfriend, maybe you should breakup with her?” in many cases asking that question is going to cause the other person to defend the decision to be with their girlfriend. There are cases where it can be useful to put the client in a defensive position but often it isn't. Often the role of a counselor is to ...


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Cognitive Behavioral Therapy. It started as a pure-conditioning school, but it later on took on evidence from studies in cognition. It's the school that holds the most science behind it. Some of its history can be found at its wikipedia page: Although the early behavioral approaches were successful in many of the neurotic disorders, they had little ...


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Counselors can be taught to "not give advice" and there are good reasons for this school of thought. But in professional practice such passivity is only one style among many counselors may choose. If you find yourself unhappy with your counselor's style, do both of you a favor and keep looking for greater compatibility. Better results will follow from ...


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I've found out that the name given by Albert Ellis is must-urbation http://albertellis.org/musturbation-stop-rubbing-wrong-way/



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