“The Rorschach Test Makes Psychology Come Alive.” This year the Rorschach has turned one hundred years old. On the occasion of this memorable anniversary, Rorschach expert Hugo Lüscher relates how this method came into being and what fascinates him about it.
A number of authors and the editor-in-chief of our book series speak about their experiences and suggestions concerning mental health in an unequal world – the theme of the 2021 World Mental Health Day.
Dr. Nancy Pachana discusses the new book Psychological Assessment and Treatment of Older Adults she has just released with her co-editors Victor Molinari, Larry W. Thompson, and Dolores Gallagher-Thompson.
Hoarding disorder is a mental health condition that has been added to the DSM-5 and ICD-11. We talked to Dr. Gregory S. Chasson and Dr. Jedidiah Siev, two clinical psychologists and researchers who are experts on this disorder, to hear what hoarding disorder is and isn’t and to learn about how…
The editors of the online journal Geschichte der Gegenwart (translates as “History of Present”) Svenja Golterman and Gesine Krüger, both professors of history, in conversation with the psychotherapist and psychiatrist Andreas Maercker.