The Children's Society Foundation-Bulgaria now offers psychological counseling to Bulgarian children and families from a licensed psychologist and psychotherapist with years of expertise.
The goal of psychological counseling is to aid in a better understanding of the issues that students encounter. During the appointment, the psychologist can offer compassion and support while taking into account the client's values, interests, and cultural traits. With more time spent together, the counselor can assist you in comprehending the underlying causes of your issues and the emotions that go along with them.
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By Steven Gimbel, Ph.D., Gettysburg College
Although the crucial role of the mother in child development is a known fact nowadays, psychology ignored the effects of mothering for a long time. Different schools of psychology dismissed the role of mothers as something secondary or even detrimental to the mental health of human beings.
In terms of the number of world’s top-10 programmes, the United States dominates this year’s QS World University Rankings by Subject with 239, followed by the United Kingdom with 131, Switzerland (31), Singapore (23), Canada (19), Netherlands (15), Australia (13), Hong Kong Special Administrative Region (SAR) (7), France and Italy (6 each) and China (mainland) with 4.
BEYOND THE PLEASURE PRINCIPLE
Pierre Marie, Marc Masson,Yves Sarfati
Our knowledge of the context in which we wrote "Beyond the pleasure principle " is utterly lost today. We are in 1919, months after the First World War, and especially during the Spanish Flu pandemic of 1919, which has killed 10 times as many people as the war, and of which Sophie, the second daughter of Freud, died on January 25, 1920, and Ernst's mother, whose real game (Fort/Da) opens Freud's text.
However, this pandemic is not discussed in the elaboration of ‘Beyond…’, because to Freud, it represents a brutal necessity (the Akanké of the Greeks which cannot be must not be)" and to his son-in-law, Sophie's husband, a "nonsense and brutal cut of destiny for which we have neither to accuse nor to dig our brains, but only to bend our heads.".
There is always a real pandemic that arises when it arises, which can only be controlled by natural or artificial vaccination, knowing that it will take away those of us who are vulnerable.
Our environment and genes play a role in our development, but to what extent?
This article has been written under the project 'Social innovators' 2021
By Marya Iovanova from North Macedonia - The Children's Society Foundation trainee
Scientific Editor: Emilia Kardzhilova
The campaign 'Give knowledge, they will transform Bulgaria in a decade - 2022'
If you do a small act of kindness, you can give a good gift to a lot of children.
The Bulgarian Children's Society Foundation supports child development by providing them with opportunities for inquiry into their inner potential, to acquire knowledge, and to actively maintain the civil, economic, and social stabilities of their society.
Dolto's clinical conceptualization of the unconscious body image and body schema in "Unconscious body image"- Françoise Dolto.
THE DEBATE ON WHETHER THERE IS A THIRD GENDER, AS VIEWED THROUGH THE PRISM OF PSYCHOANALYTIC THEORY.
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With the assistance of the Bulgarian-American Fulbright Commission for Educational Exchange, BOLD implements the project "Monitoring the independence and quality of the media." All views and opinions in this material are those of the grant recipient and do not necessarily reflect the views and opinions of the Bulgarian-American Fulbright Commission for Educational Exchange.
"Freedom and Quality: Monitoring the Media and Countering Disinformation" is the title of a training course organized by BOLD (Bulgarian Organizing for Liberal Democracy).
In the context of human rights theory, the course addresses interconnected themes of media freedom and media quality in order to increase media literacy and society's resilience to disinformation.
Course participants will include civil activists, journalists, human rights activists, as well as anyone interested in media freedom and access to quality information.
Dr. Dimitrina Petrova, an expert in democracy and human rights, will lead a team of experts conducting the training.
In this announcement, we invite NGOs, therapeutic centers, and social work organizations to implement joint training activities.
The Children's Society Foundation announces the possibility of holding joint webinars on civil society issues, counseling, and social work for purposes of training practice.
We welcome proposals for collaboration from other non-governmental organizations (NGOs) or therapeutic centers until August 5, 2021. Please contact email@example.com or call 0888 255 260.
The webinars will take place during the period August 5-15, 2021. Please send us a proposal for a presentation of your activity by August 5, 2021, if you would like to participate.