This frightens me…

Going back in time, I remember when I was slowly starting to become aware of how some groups of people are treated versus others in our world, it puzzled me, but it also intrigued me. I wanted to know more and to learn more. I had respect for those who I thought had all our […]

The questions I have been frequently asked :

One: Dr. Scheepers, can I say “Elisabeth”? Yes, no problem. In writing, when it is a more formal letter, please use my title, and otherwise, Elisabeth is perfect. If I have the choice between Ms., Mrs. (really?,) and Dr., I prefer the latter for more than one reason 😉. (My name is with an s […]

Psychological Injury SK, Canada – FAQs

Information for people seeking services and counselling therapy (psychotherapy) for symptoms of psychological injury in Saskatchewan, Canada Frequently Asked Questions Who can provide me with a formal diagnosis of Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) ? The people who are licensed to diagnose are psychiatrists, and registered psychologists who have the designation APE behind their name. […]

Defensiveness

Defensiveness and how it destroys relationships (not a quick read) There are many ways to tackle the topic of defensiveness. There are multiple layers to dismantle and all components can be individually analyzed.  The topic is fascinating to many people and for those who have a professional interest in psychology. The information is essential for […]

What I hope we learn from all of this

How we get wiser, is what we do with opportunities, adversities and disappointments.  The coronavirus pandemic has taken us off guard. All of us, including the many specialists who were open and honest in their statements that they did not know how COVID-19 would affect the people in the world. Some were faster to realize […]