An introduction to Carl Jung through a summary of his book, Man and His Symbols.
A summary of the first two sections of James Nelson’s textbook Psychology, Religion, and Spirituality. Covering: What is Religion? and What is Spirituality?
Why do religion and politics divide families and nations? Jonathan Haidt’s book The Righteous Mind offers an explanation and a remedy for our divided times.
How do Culture and Climate differ, and why is this difference vital to understand when it comes to managing organisational risk.
How do we know that abstract psychological constructs such as happiness, depression, culture, personality etc. even exist?
In Part 2 we explore how Alfred Adler believed a person could simplify their lives, and develop the courage to accept oneself and live in the moment.
An Overview of Adler’s Key Ideas and Influential Concepts.
Viktor Frankl chronicles his experiences as a prisoner in Nazi concentration camps and how individuals can find meaning and hope in the face of seemingly unbearable suffering.
In this article, I dispel some of the confusion around the topic and offer a clearer way of thinking and talking about organisational culture so that you can begin making more impactful changes today.
Overview of the four core skills and sub-skills that participants are expected to learn as part of Dialectical Behaviour Therapy for BPD.
For anyone interested in the world of hypnosis, I would recommend Trancework as your first stop.
An infographic summarising what you can do to improve your impact with HR Analytics.
Freud delves into the unconscious to try explain what has come to be known as a “Freudian Slip”
In a series of 3 essays, Freud explores in great detail human sexuality and provides a theory for why it might come to be expressed in the ways that it is.
An overview of Freud’s famous book. Including, highlights, key quotes and personal observations on this Psychology classic.