Tag Archive: Anxiety

The effectiveness of psychoanalysis and psychoanalytic psychotherapy: A literature review of recent international and Australian research

Cadeyrn Gaskin [1] Gaskin Research, Victoria, Australia                                                                                               Abstract The purpose of this review …

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Internet Supported Psychological Interventions (ISPIs) and mobile phone applications: A literature review and proposed model

Return to Journal Articles Pieter Rossouw and Francesca Reddington, The University of Queensland, Brisbane, Australia Introduction In recent years a significant number of internet based interventions aiming to enhance mental wellness have been introduced (Barak, Hen, Boniel-Nissim, & Shapira, 2008; Christensen & Petrie, 2013). These interventions are referred to in the literature as: internet-based cognitive …

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Internet Supported Psychological Interventions (ISPIs) and mobile phone applications: A literature review and proposed model

Internet Supported Psychological Interventions (ISPIs) and mobile phone applications are increasing in the modern mental health care environment, most commonly with anxiety and depressive disorders…

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The relationship between anxiety and managing interpersonal difference: Implications for couples counselling

Return to Journal Articles John Meteyard and Kirsty Andersen Christian Heritage College, Brisbane, Australia Denis O’Hara University of Abertay, Dundee, Scotland Introduction This study examines a common but rarely investigated phenomenon within the field of relationship counselling – the role of anxiety management in allowing people to tolerate differences in the context of interpersonal relationships …

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The relationship between anxiety and managing interpersonal difference: Implications for couples counselling

In this article, the authors investigate the relationship between the capacity to manage and tolerate difference in others and trait anxiety.

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