Clinical Psychology

Clinical Psychology provides us with the tools to research, understand, and treat mental conditions and other conditions. It can also help us to improve our potential and development as human beings.

All About the Comorbidity of Depression

When we talk about the comorbidity of depression, we refer to the existing probability for this disorder to rise along with other physical and psychological conditions. Here’s an example. According to experts, between 60 and 70% of people with depression…

All about General Adaptation Syndrome

Hans Selye, professor and director of the Institute of Experimental Medicine and Surgery in Canada, introduced the concept of general adaptation syndrome (GAS) in 1950. He based it on various studies such as those by Claude Bernard, Frank Hartmann, and…

Self-Deception and Alcoholism

A few years ago, a fellow psychologist said she was unable to understand alcoholics. She didn’t understand that self-deception and alcoholism go hand in hand and wondered why people had such contempt for life and hurt themselves with toxic substances.…

Co-Addiction – Characteristics

Co-addiction is a highly complex behavior that notably affects both the person who develops it and those in their closest circle. It can greatly impact the daily life of a person and make them unable to confront any difficulties they…

How Lockdown Affects the Brain

Depending on our individual circumstances, confinement can affect us in different ways. We each have particular situations, unique contexts, and experience particular circumstances. On the other hand, within our own uniqueness, we’re all forced to comply with our governments’ guidelines…

ADHD in Adults: Does it Exist?

Experts originally believed that attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) was a childhood disorder. However, ADHD in adults also exists. Experts also believed that the main symptoms of hyperactivity, impulsivity, and attention difficulties dissipated during adolescence. However, nothing could be further from the…