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Following our discussion on Mind Over Matter, Please review Dr. Marchant’s information. Listen to Dr. Marchant explain the process and please feel free to offer your insight and opinions regarding the topic.
By Veronica Emilia Nuzzolo, Ph.D.,CADC
The humanistic perspective of psychology is the work of Carl Rogers and Abraham Maslow and focuses on the relationship of the individual to society (social), considers the ways in which people view themselves in relation to others (interpersonal), and considers how one see’s his or her place in the world (growth potential). (more…)
By Veronica Emilia Nuzzolo, Ph.D., CADC
The sixteenth century Puritan belief of original sin, the ideology that children are born evil and need to be civilized through harsh punishment and authoritative parental control,,
“Tabula Rasa” “blank slates,” Philosopher John Locke’s opposition to authoritarianism, the concept that human characteristics are attained through learning,,
Jean Jacques Rousseau, innate goodness, the rejection of Puritan belief, the rejection of Locke’s theories, the concept of inherent goodness.
Innate goodness, the existence of evil, neither can be denied,, biblical concepts provide explanation for the existence of good and evil, but what secular concept can explain the existence of good and evil personalities. (more…)
By Veronica Emilia Nuzzolo, M.Ed., Ph.D.
I woke up this morning,, really just not feeling myself,, it was a struggle to get out of bed,, I physically hurt, I forced myself up and out, because I had to, I have to go to work, I cannot afford to be out sick,,
I’m a bit ill, a little under the weather,, I will be fine,,, oh, how nice everyone in the office is,, so very concerned,, do you feel o.k., can I do anything for you,, would you like a nice hot cup of tea,, feel better soon,, oh aren’t you so kind,, I will be fine,, thank you,,, (more…)