RealPsychSolutions.com was started by Arlene K Unger, PhD (Clinical Psychology) and her husband Stefan H Unger, PhD to provide practical self-help information for mental health and living well. The free website provides over 55, and growing, free articles and other free resources, and the Store provides high quality for-sale materials such as Books, PDFs, DVD, MP3, etc., by Dr Arlene Unger and many other well qualified authors.
The authors, Robert Broenen PsyD and Mari Broenen PhD, explore the dynamics of interpersonal relationships and create the Heart : Mind model--a simple and effective system for identifying, evaluating, understanding and optimizing your interactions with others.
The book is a practical guidebook with exercises for making the most of your relationships--from the casual to the intimate.
"Our desire to be both understood and loved is still a vital part of what it means to be human." Bernard F Natelson, PsyD
This eBook delivers Dr. Bernard Natelson's own experiences from the 90's as both a Single and a licensed Psychologist, completely refreshed and updated from a series of 28 articles originally written for Single Life magazine. Timeless and fun lessons for Singles!
Benefit from over 25 years of experience with very practical information: What's the difference between Self-Help, Coaching and Counseling? What are the different types of mental health Therapists, their methods, training and areas of specialization. How to get the most out of your sessions. Many useful charts. Two free bonus articles.
The key to wellness is to be aware of what your body is telling you. This awareness can support a healthy body and one's self-esteem and overall sense of well-being. Exercise and your relationship with food are critical. The trick is to select an appropriate level of exercise and to understand the difference between food cravings and food needs.
Many Checklists, Activities and Bonus Materials.
Are you STUCK in the PAST? How to get closure on the events that are preventing your happiness and growth. Vivid memories can be out-of-control and take over your life. Caught in a vicious cycle with the past, our emotional growth becomes stunted.
This insightful article by Dr Arlene K Unger, (PSY) discusses how to move beyond your past, steps to forgiveness, and has exercises and bonus article