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Tag Archives: Psychotherapy
How a San Diego practice provides personalized, comprehensive psychotherapy to aid the grieving process
Today, SevenPonds speaks with psychologist and professor Christina Zampitella, FT, of Integrative Psychological & Assessment Services (IPAS). Christina is based in San Diego, but travels the US as a professional speaker on the subject of therapy, particularly as a tool … Continue reading
Learn how addressing grief, loss, and death through psychotherapy can help us live richer, more authentic lives
Dana Sitar: Is psychotherapy a common approach for dealing with grief and loss? Suzie Sherman: Yes, absolutely. If we’re talking about straight on grief and loss issues, this is a very common way to address them. Deep-seated feelings come up … Continue reading
End-of-life patients pass on their memories and knowledge to families through the process of dignity therapy.
A study at University of Manitoba-Winnipeg, Canada, has tested an addition to the approach to end-of-life care for terminally-ill patients that seems to greatly increase a patient’s quality of life and reduce end-of-life distress. Unlike traditional palliative care, which focuses … Continue reading