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American culture has always encouraged achievement, competition and drive. The concept of the American dream may have been a materialistic one for many, but it embodied the notion that a complete life must include wealth, health and happiness.

Since the 60s, psychology theorists, such as S. Harter with the effectance motivation theory (1978 – present); Csikszentmihalyi, with his flow theory (1979 – present) and other psychologists have been outlining the benefits of how intrinsically rewarding mastery feels, and the enjoyment of competence and control, leading to an explosion of motivational speakers like Tony Robbins, Zig Ziglar and Dr. Wayne W. Dyer. They all promote working on yourself to realize your dreams.

During the 70s, the lack of physicians also lead to the rise of self-help groups, as patients began to seek solutions outside of medical practices and looked to patients that had successfully healed their ills without medical intervention for help. The open-mindedness of this time also brought about an increase in an exploration of spiritual truths and holistic therapies, with many Americans looking to yoga, meditation, contemplation, expressive forms of dance and psychotherapeutic techniques to improve their mental and physical health.

Sometime during the last decade, these and other techniques have come back into vogue as Americans began to realize that self-help, life coaching, and other methods related to counselling psychology could be beneficial to business’ bottom line, making people more accountable, motivated, and happier at work as well as in their personal lives. They could achieve more, earn more, and be more by looking inward to find increased strength, creativity and fulfillment through positive thinking, self-analysis, meditation and other techniques taken from Eastern philosophy, counselling psychology and the human potential movement, originally catalyzed by thinkers like Abraham Maslow.

This trend has now been capitalized upon by the medical profession, as practitioners working with depression, anxiety and pain therapies now have empirical results to prove that yoga, mindfulness and meditation can indeed lead to quantifiable improvements in mind, body and spirit. More conventional thinkers are now adopting these ideas, which were very recently disregarded as being new age, realizing their practical and tangibly holistic benefits, making Counselling Psychology and its ideas a more popular and recognized field.

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MFT Statement of Purpose Sample Introduction

The most meaningful personal life event was the divorce of my parents. My mother, a successful professional, became a tearful child who appeared unable, for many months, to accept what had happened. Instead of mother being my ‘rock’, I tried to become hers. This partial role reversal and the knowledge that adults were not immune to tears of frustration and sadness and feelings of helplessness, made a great impression upon me as I also struggled with my own emotions in a new and challenging situation. This experience fired a passionate interest in human emotions and how the challenges to which we are all, more or less, subject might be handled in creative and positive ways.  

Sample 1st Two Paragraphs Masters Mental Health Counseling

As I approach my graduation next month, May 2014, I find myself increasingly animated and driven to continue on with my education in psychology at the graduate level. Throughout the course of working towards my BS in Psychology, while engaging passionately with a broad range of issues, I have found myself drawn, in particular, to our investigation into the nature of anxiety and the range of treatments that exist for this disorder. I hope to publish in this area at some point when my career advances.

I want very much to become a mental health counseling professional for a variety of reasons, especially my personal, intellectual fascination with psychology. Another factor has been wrestling with and making great strides towards the resolution of my own problem with anxiety. My profound disappointed and adverse reaction to anti-anxiety medication, in particular, has inspired me towards a thoroughgoing and dedicated search for creative solutions to this challenge in our field,  all of which I find extremely exciting.

What are some of the best ways to decide on a thesis topic for the MA in Psychology?

Deciding on a thesis topic for your MA in Psychology can be one of the most difficult decisions you make during your studies. You must be interested in the subject you choose. Analyze which subjects you enjoyed focusing on during your first degree. It is also very important to work closely with your academic superiors. Look for holes in your topic field.

Other advice you can use to make sure that your topic will “push the envelope” include making sure you won’t repeat something that has already been studied, choosing something that other researchers will find interesting, and choosing a subject that will actually teach researchers like you new information that will be useful for them when framing their own projects.

The American Community Survey Reports issued a report on remarriage in the United States in 2015. In the study, around half of all men and women had married once. A pattern was noted, of marriage, divorce, remarriage – or “marriagego-round”. However, the divorce rates are higher for remarriages. Though the statistics show that slightly more people are getting married various times during their lives, they don’t seem to be able to make their marriages function better.

Compared with other developed countries, American’s marry more and marry earlier.
“Marital disruption” is also higher in the United States compared with countries in Europe.

Steven Ruggles issued a paper on the divorce rate between 1980 and 2010, which stated that divorce rates have doubled during the last couple of decades in people over 35. Although there is some disagreement about what the actual general divorce figure is, it is generally accepted that between 35 and 50% of all marriages end in divorce.

Since marriage and divorce rates have been pretty steady over the past few decades, choosing to focus on Marriage and Family Therapy is a fairly safe option with a fairly predictable future.