The Truth About the “Evidence” Based Therapy

Psychology as a field of study has always been in a limbo of classification and methodology. The natural sciences, such as physics and chemistry, demand a certain level of objectivity that some have argued is not possible in the study of human behaviour. This has led to a difference of opinions between psychologists in their … Continue reading The Truth About the “Evidence” Based Therapy


The diagnosis of bi-polar disorder or even a diagnosis of borderline personality ^disorder^ rather than personality structure does not resonate with me at all. At Ambedkar University, we are partial to a depth approach to psychic pain – meaning that we see the symptom as a clue/communication to “personal”, familial and cultural psychic pain and pathology. We attempt, … Continue reading Borderland