This is one of the most detailed and extremely extensive list of popular movies and TV series that cover the following 4 major psychotherapy-clinical psychological-ethical categories:
- Ethical boundary crossings
- Boundary violations by therapists
- Violations by patients
- Psychologists risking the the life of their patients.
This page details 70+ movies' descriptions and growing (you can contribute) that fall into 17 different ethical categories.
Movies affect many of us powerfully because the combined impact of images, music, dialogue, lighting, sound and special effects can elicit deep feelings and help us reflect on our lives. They can help us to better understand our own lives, the lives of those around us and even how our society and culture operate. They can shed light on political and spiritual matters too and can provide catharsis and perspective and may open our eyes to new ways of thinking, feeling and pursuing our lives.
Throughout time there have been many conceptualizations of beauty. From each different field of study and from every different culture and perspective, beauty can be given unique description and definition…. So you think beauty is in the eye of the beholder? Think again. According to new research from the University of Exeter in Great Britain, the preference for pretty faces over ugly ones is embedded in our brains from the moment of birth and possibly prior to birth.
This page addresses some of the most important issues facing our teenagers at this time. These include teen suicide, teen violence, cyberbullying (online bullying), Internet & online addiction, teens and sex, teens and substance abuse, teen anorexia and eating disorders, violent video games, teans watching porn, TV violence, violence at home, & violent culture. Parents, teachers and communities across the country are concerned with teen issues, which are caused by a number of social, cultural, technological, communal, economic, familial, and individual factors...
Differentiate your occupation, or what you do for living or earn $, from what you are wish or desire to do because you you like it, it gives you pleasure, you feel you are called to do or you believe the world or your community need it.
Occupation vs Vocation: Find Your Calling
The search for your calling or vocation is different from identifying an occupation. While occupation has more to do with earning money, paying the rent or satisfying one’s ego or pride, vocation or calling are tied to one’s sense of meaning and life-purpose. As people age and mature, the search for meaningful life and fulfilling one’s calling become more important.
Health is cultivating that which is best in us in order to live life joyfully, intentionally, consciously, morally, and well. Healthy life often involves connections to other people, personal meaning, and thoughtful attention to one’s body, mind, and spirit, as well as to one’s community and the world. It also requires making conscious choices that support our optimal well being throughout each phase of life, including our attitude towards death and dying.
As a young paratrooper in the midst of a war, I have a vivid memory of being deep in a sandy desert in the midst of an intense lethal downpour of enemy artillery shells. Each exploding shell created a crater in the sand. I was standing at the edge of one of these craters, covered with dust from the latest explosion. Obviously, my instinct urged me to run for my life; to run as fast as I could away from that crater before the next shell struck, but my military training repeatedly ran through my head, telling me that “bombs never strike the same spot twice”.
Evacuation orders were inching in. The cellphone text alerts gradually progressed from "Evacuation Advisory" to "Evacuation Mandatory." In between, there was enough time to consciously or unconsciously, wittingly or unwittingly contemplate the evacuation 'wonders,' considerations and choices...
Before exploring 'life after leaving,' I want to revisit my time in Israel in the early 70s as an officer in the Israeli army. Our highly trained unit was stationed in a tremendously overcrowded, poverty-stricken, and polluted refugee camp in the occupied Gaza Strip. The camp consisted of thousands of single-story houses jammed full with multiple generations in families, and often chickens and ducks as well!