Chinese Cultural Deficiency of Empathy in Growth – Counselling Practice

Abstract In this paper I intend to investigate the phenomenon of empathy or the lack there-of amongst the Chinese populace. The proof is generally by observational methods and interviews with Chinese commentaries about the results. Empathy is the capacity to comprehend the inner thoughts of some others by recognising their feelings, behavioural motion and predicament. […]

Psychotherapy Is A Relationship, A Joint Practice – Not A Commodity

People suffering from depression or despair have an acute need for therapy and counselling. How can therapy meet those needs, particularly when it is less a commodity and more a relationship? What does this mean exactly? Therapy won’t do it for you; it won’t solve your problems, provide a cure or administer a corrective or […]