Dark therapy is the practice of keeping people in complete darkness for periods of time in an attempt to treat psychological conditions. The human body produces melatonin hormone which is responsible for supporting the circadian rhythms. Dark therapy blocks blue wavelength lights to stop the disintegration of melatonin and helps improve the health of human … Continue reading What is Dark Therapy?
Music therapy has been found to improve mental and emotional health. Symptoms of depression and anxiety are often decreased with the use of music. Music therapy can also help lift the mood and improve the quality of life of those with physical health issues. Music therapy has been deﬁned as 'an interpersonal process in which … Continue reading Benefits of Music Therapy on Mental Health
What is Psychosis? Psychosis is a severe mental illness, characterised by a loss of contact with the reality and profound disruption of the relationships with other people, which results in social maladaptation. The psychoses lead to a declination of personality. Specially distorted reflection of the effects of the reality. There is a change in the … Continue reading The Difference Between Neurosis and Psychosis
The absence of love and security in childhood can lead to difficulties in adulthood. If you have a pattern of falling into abusive relationships or fearing intimacy it is likely you learned about love, affection and intimacy from inadequate models. This means that now you have to be the nurturing voice you never received from … Continue reading How to Self-Parent as an Adult