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  • My Client Through The Three Stages
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    Gestalt Therapy I. Summary and Integration of Major Concepts Founded by Frederick (Fritz) and Laura Perls in the 1940's, Gestalt therapy is a phenomenological - existential methodology which emphasizes experience and experimentation. Gestalt is a German term that means a "complete pattern or configuration" (p. 112). Though there are many modalities and styles in Gestalt therapy, it is holistic in its approach uniting mind, body, and feeling (p. 112). Some concepts at the core of Gestalt therapy ...
  • Late V Century Ad Subperiod N 2
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    EUROPEAN CONTACT ZONE: 2000 - - 2000 SOCIO-CULTURAL FOUNDATIONS OF EAST-EUROPEAN & RUSSIAN GEOPOLITICS This report is based on the theory of socio-cultural systems (SCS) developed by the author. As a matter of fact, it is one of its possible, numerous applications. First of all - several words about the theory itself as far as it is still a relatively new thing for Western colleagues. We work on the SCS theory approximately since 1984. Its developing moves quite slowly. Between 1984-97 we finish...
  • Common In Persons With Pws
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    Dear Parents, I am writing you because I was informed that you have a child with the Prader-Willi Syndrome (PWS). I have recently been researching this disorder and want to give you some information about it that you may not yet know and suggestions that may help in maintaining your child's health and safety. Prader-Willi Syndrome is a two-stage non-hereditary genetic disorder that occurs in both male and females. The first stage is the mutation of gene expression, the second stage starts after ...
  • 3 4 Reps Set
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    PERIODIZATION: Still the best way Periodization, training in cycles of gradually increasing intensity, began with the work of Soviet sports scientist Dmitri Matveyev in the early 1960's. Elite athletes, Olympic weightlifters, swimmers, and track and field performers have used it all over the world to an ever-increasing degree since that time. American Olympic lifters and power lifters have been using periodization for a long time for example Frank Zane (Ripper 3, Fleck, Steven 34). Periodization...
  • Rapid Rem Sleep Waves
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    REM sleep is currently known today as one of 6 stages of sleep. It is known as the last stage and the most active of the six. REM stands for (Rapid Eye Movement) sleep. REM sleep is known to be responsible for the most abundant and most vivid dreams. REM sleep occupies a total 1/3 of your sleep on a normal sleeping pattern such as 8 hours a night. The rapid eye movements occuring during this sleep represent a mechanical recapitulation of some or all of the eye movements that the individual has m...
  • Stage 1 Sleep
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    Consciousness is the awareness of the sensations, thoughts, and feelings being experienced at a given moment. Consciousness is divided into two broad states: waking and altered states of consciousness. In waking consciousness, we are awake and aware of our thoughts, emotions, and perceptions. When we enter an altered state of consciousness, our mental state differs from waking consciousness. Sleeping and dreaming our natural altered states of consciousness. Unnatural ones include hypnosis, and o...

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