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Psychology is the science of human mind and behavior, encompassing elements of our conscious and unconscious experience as well as thought. Psychology is a combination of applied science and academic discipline, whose aim is to understand why individuals behave the way they do by engaging general principles and researching specific cases. A researcher or professional engaged in the field of psychology, is known as a psychologist, and could either be a cognitive, behavioral or social scientist. The goal of Psychologist, is to understand how the mental function influences the behavior of an individual, while at the same time exploring the biological and physiological processes that govern cognitive function and behaviors.
Psychologists have studied concepts like attention, perception, emotion, phenomenology, functioning of the brain, family resilience, cognition, personality, interpersonal relationships, behavior, intelligence and motivation. Psychologists of different fields have all studied the unconscious mind.
The human mind is known to be very curious. One of the first questions a child will learn to ask is “why”. The older we get, the more we wonder. Through the use of empirical methods, psychologists have been able to apply universal curiosity in collecting and interpreting data, with the aim of finding solution to the society’s most pressing problems. There is virtually no part of our life in which the power of psychology can’t be felt. Just like science, psychology first starts with a question, offers theoretical explanation, and then verifies the validity of this theory by engaging laboratory experimentation. Psychologists often make use of knowledge acquired from research in developing strategies which will be used in developing solutions that will better our lives.
It can then be said that psychologist work every day to develop solutions that will help make the world a better place.
The human brain is one of the most amazing and complex tools. W use our brain to see, memorize, hear, understand, perceive, and communicate. There are times our brain become a torn in the flesh.
Through cognitive psychology, we have been able to understand how people store, acquire, and processes information. This also includes how we get to learn a language, and the link between emotion and cognition.
Latest technological breakthrough like Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI), has given the researchers a clear picture into the functioning of the brain. This in turn has enabled them to understand stimulants the brain reacts to and also how the brain affects the wellbeing and cognitive functions of an individual.

Personality psychology studies patterns of behavior, thoughts and emotions which affect an individual. Collectively, this is known as personality. Different schools of psychology have different orientation of personality. Their assumptions regarding the influence of the unconscious on a child’s experience, is different. In the view of Freud, personality is dependent on ego, id, and super-ego. On the other hand, Trait theorists have studied personality via certain discreet key traits, using a statistical method known as factor analysis.
Unconscious mind

During the early stages of Psychology, psychologist first studied the unconscious mind, which is awareness beyond an individual, which controls certain thoughts and behaviors. Joseph Jastrow and C.S Peirce who were one of the early pioneers of psychology in the United States, discovered in 1884 that an individual can choose heavier of two weights even when unaware of the difference. Freud built his work on this concept, coming up with terms such as Freudian slip, which he used to describe an unconscious awareness of an individual’s action and speech. In 1901, he published The Psychopathology of Everyday Life which outlined hundreds of our normal daily activities which Freud used in explaining the influence of the unconscious mind. Pierre Janet furthered the concept of the subconscious mind, explaining that it contained autonomous mental elements which otherwise can’t be scrutinized by the subject.
The unconscious mind has become central to the study of psychology. “Filter” model of attention have been used by cognitive psychologists based on information processing which occurs just below the threshold of the consciousness, studying how some processes which are limited by nature, pass through the filter.

Psychologist William James at first used motivation to describe intention, with his concept having the similitude of will used in European philosophy. As Freudian and Darwinian thinking became more popular, researchers came to see instincts as a major source of motivation. As explained in drive theory, when the forces of instincts blend with a single source of energy, some form of constant influence is created. Just like biology, psychoanalysis considers these forces as the demands made by a subject’s nervous system. They are of the opinion that forces like sexual instinct become infused and transmuted within the psyche. Classical psychoanalysis is often viewed as the struggle that exist between reality principle and pleasure principle, which is somewhat similar to id and ego. Shortly after that, Freud came up with the concept of death drive which he explained in Beyond the Pleasure Principle as a compulsion to behave destructively and aggressively when confronted with traumatic events. In the meantime, behaviorists have used models like reward/punishment and pleasure/pain together with some founded principles like the concept that a hungry organism will derive pleasure when eating.
The fundamental motivation among most animals has always been thirst, hunger, sexual desire and fear. Humans as well display this instincts but in a complex form, though most theories agree that the motivation for humans come from primordial instincts such as self-image, desire to belong, love, trust, contol.
There are diverse ways through which motivation can be manipulated. It has been observed by researchers that eating for instance goes beyond the fundamental need of a creature to achieve homeostasis there are some other factors which influence hunger and they are circadian rhythm, availability of food, cost and palatability of food. Abstract motivation can be manipulated, as proven by concept of goal contagion; adoption of goals unconsciously based on the goals set by others. Baumeister and Vohs were of the opinion that unlike the need-desire-fulfillment cycle which is believed to be exhibited by animals, human motivation often comes from “getting begets wanting”; the more reward like drugs, love, money and self-esteem you get, the more you will crave for it. In their opinion, this principle also applies to sex, food, sleep and drinking.

By placing their focus on human life span when examining the development of the mind, developmental psychology try to understand people’s perception and understanding, how to reach external stimulus and how they cope with change. Focus here could be on affective, cognitive, social, moral and neural development. Researchers who work with children, often use unique research techniques either in natural setting or when carrying out experimental tasks .The task here can either take the form of fun activities and games which children usually enjoy. This set of tasks has enabled researchers in developing techniques which can be used in the study of the mental development of a child. Other than studying children, developmental psychologists have also studied aging process which occurs all through one’s lifespan, particularly when going through rapid developmental change (adolescence and old age). To aid their research, developmental psychologists have developed several psychological theories.

How it works

Psychology is developed through treatments mostly via Skype. Specific time and space of Skype communication provides the confidence that client needs. Also it gives privacy, safety and continuance. This therapy lasts between 50 and 60 minutes, except if client needs or want more. Duration of the treatment depends on specific history, circumstances, life quality, motivation. These treatments should be held twice a week, but this is also flexible. For deeper transformation and healing it takes more than a couple of treatments. Sometimes it takes months to improve and heal. The problems we have are complex, deeply into our subconscious, so it takes time and effort to start and finish spiritual path. It also takes patience and commitment.


  • Cognitive therapy for panic attacks
  • Relaxation for phobia
  • Exposure for obsessive-compulsive disorder
  • Positive prevention
  • Knowing yourself better
  • Developing the qualities that we have
  • Fair life
  • Living in truth
  • Bringing out your personal qualities

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