In my line of work, I have the privilege to meet a lot of people - listen to their stories and mapping their cognitive functions. By doing so, the process of psychotherapy will serve as the basis for my clients in understanding their way of thinking, distorted belief or simply to know that they have … Continue reading Altering Mental Block
Yes, I am a psychologist. It is interesting to notice the first impression of others when they ask me about my job. Mostly they will ask, "Don't you feel stressed out listening to others in daily basis?" Or "What kind of problems that people share with you?". Even though I'm working in a big city … Continue reading “I am a Psychologist”. Sorry, what?
After I had my case presentation last week, I still have numbers of questions in my head. My lecturer said that one important point that differ Clinicians and Educational Psychologist is the ability to read beyond the number written in the paper, such as: IQ score, mental age or any other scale used in psychological … Continue reading Being a Clinician : What Does It Means?
Writing reports on client's assessments or intervention is something that a psychologist has to do, daily. For experienced psycholigists, making reports is piece of cake, but yet still need their full attention. For those who do not have much experiences on writing reports, like me, we still a whole lot of practices and practices. One … Continue reading ‘Copy-Paste’ Psychologist
I'm not going to write any columns on celebrity gossips. I just watched this show on E! a few nights ago and I thought I would love to comment on that matter: celebrity mental disorders. These days the position of psychologists or psychiatrist have been added to the top list of medical helpers. People seek … Continue reading Celebrity Mental Disorders
Headaches, nausea and dizzyness are very common among us, graduate students who are having examinations. Yes, we are struggling to finish the exams well. This semester we have 7 subjects (do not compare the Indonesian education systems with any Western countries system), i.e.: ethics, research methodologies (qualitative and quantitative), statistics, self-development, psychological assessment and philosophy … Continue reading Doing Ethics Final Examination
Edwin is my classmate and he's the writer of this comment. I thought he was exaggerating at first... but I have to admit that I was smiling at myself and patted my shoulder (honestly). The great person to be Halo, cuma mampir sebentar pengen promosi blog temenku yang kerennnnn banget: https://cecillethestoryteller.wordpress.com Silakan diklik dan selamat … Continue reading I Gave Pat on My Shoulder