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23 Jan 2021
Is self harm a mental illness? CBT Kenya
Is self harm a mental illness? CBT Kenya

Is self harm a mental illness? CBT Kenya Self-harm, or self-mutilation is the act of deliberately inflicting pain and damage to one’s own body. Self-harm most often refers to cutting, burning, scratching, and other forms of external injury. It can, however, also include internal or emotional harm, such as consuming toxic amounts of alcohol or...

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21 Dec 2020
What Is Cyclothymia Mood Disorder? CBT Kenya
What Is Cyclothymia Mood Disorder? CBT Kenya

What Is Cyclothymia Mood Disorder? CBT Kenya The mood swings associated with cyclothymia are not as extreme as those that come with bipolar disorder: Those with bipolar disorder experience intense symptoms that meet clinically criteria for the diagnoses of mania and major depression. While those with cyclothymia experience milder “ups and down,” described as hypo...

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04 Dec 2020
Narcissistic Personality Disorder - CBT Kenya
Narcissistic Personality Disorder – CBT Kenya

Narcissistic Personality Disorder – CBT Kenya People with this condition have an inflated idea of themselves and a need for lots of attention from other people. It’s human nature to be selfish and boastful now and then, but true narcissists take it to an extreme. They also don’t value others’ feelings or ideas and ignore...

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05 Nov 2020
Codependent Personality Disorder - CBT Kenya
Codependent Personality Disorder – CBT Kenya

Codependent Personality Disorder – CBT Kenya Codependency is a circular relationship in which one person needs the other person, who in turn, needs to be needed. There is much more to this term than everyday clinginess. Codependent relationships are far more extreme than this. A person who is codependent will plan their entire life around...

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25 Aug 2020
Things You Need To Know Suicide - CBT Kenya
Things You Need To Know About Suicide – CBT Kenya

Things You Need To Know About Suicide – CBT Kenya Three people will have died from suicide in the two minutes it takes you to read this article. While you might not consider yourself at risk; unexpected events can lead to hopelessness and despair. Diagnosis of a terminal illness, the sudden death of a loved...

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13 Aug 2020
Adaptive vs Maladaptive Coping Skills - CBT Kenya
Adaptive vs Maladaptive Coping Skills – CBT Kenya

Adaptive vs Maladaptive Coping Skills – CBT Kenya By Edwina Bijurenda Coping occurs when and individual invests their conscious effort, to solve personal or interpersonal problems in order to master and minimize the stress and conflict that arise from such issues. The methods used to cope are referred to as coping strategies or skills. These...

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14 Jul 2020
What Self Care Is - CBT Kenya
What Self Care Is – CBT Kenya

What Self Care Is – CBT Kenya Complete self-care involves several factors. It involves Physical Self-care, Psychological self-care, Social self-care, Spiritual self-care and Professional self-care. Tackling all factors at once may seem daunting and hard. However, with the advice and tips that this blog provides, you can successfully master each individual factor and enhance your...

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27 Jun 2020
Psychology| What is ADHD all about? CBT Kenya
Psychology| What is ADHD all about? CBT Kenya

Psychology| What is ADHD all about? CBT Kenya It is normal for children to have trouble focusing and behaving at one time or another. However, children with ADHD do not just grow out of these behaviors. Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) is a brain disorder that affects how you pay attention, sit still, and control your...

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04 Jun 2020
ONLINE COUNSELING - CBT Kenya
ONLINE COUNSELING – CBT Kenya

ONLINE COUNSELING – CBT Kenya Article by Letoo Formal Counseling in Kenya has a relatively short history but with tremendous positive impact in the lives of many people, families and communities. Problems such as alcohol and substance abuse, depression, suicide, anxiety and autism are today better understood, identified, openly discussed, and appropriate therapeutic support sought-after...

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01 Jun 2020
Signs of Weed Addiction - CBT Kenya
Signs of Weed Addiction – CBT Kenya

Signs of Weed/Marijuana Addiction – CBT Kenya Addiction occurs when a person experiences changes in their brain or behavior as a result of the drug. In very high doses, weed can also cause hallucinations, delusions, or psychosis. This is rare, though, and not the norm. Some experts believe that people who experience psychosis from marijuana...

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