Best 54 of Psychologist quotes - MyQuotes

By Anonym 15 Sep

Cortney S. Warren

As a clinical psychologist, I am regularly confronted with the brutal truth that we are all lie.

By Anonym 13 Sep

Beverley Nichols

As any psychologist will tell you, the worst thing you can possibly do to a woman is to deprive her of a grievance.

By Anonym 19 Sep

Gillian Flynn

They thought more before nine a.m. than most people thought all month. I remember once declining cherry pie at dinner, and Rand cocked his head and said, 'Ahh! Iconoclast. Disdains the easy, symbolic patriotism.' And when I tried to laugh it off and said, well, I didn't like cherry cobbler either, Marybeth touched Rand's arm: 'Because of the divorce. All those comfort foods, the desserts a family eats together, those are just bad memories for Nick.' It was silly but incredibly sweet, these people spending so much energy trying to figure me out. The answer: I don't like cherries.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Cheryl Hersha

Dr. Talbon was struck by another very important thing. It all hung together. The stories Cheryl told — even though it was upsetting to think people could do stuff like that — they were not disjointed They were not repetitive in terms of "I've heard this before". It was not just she'd someone trying consciously or unconsciously to get attention. really processed them out and was done with them. She didn't come up with them again [after telling the story once and dealing with it]. Once it was done, it was done. And I think that was probably the biggest factor for me in her believability. I got no sense that she was using these stories to make herself a really interesting person to me so I'd really want to work with her, or something. Or that she was just living in this stuff like it was her life. Once she dealt with it and processed it, it was gone. We just went on to other things. 'Throughout the whole thing, emotionally Cheryl was getting her life together. Parts of her were integrating where she could say,"I have a sense that some particular alter has folded in with some basic alter", and she didn't bring it up again. She didn't say that this alter has reappeared to cause more problems. That just didn't happen. The therapist had learned from training and experience that when real integration occurs, it is permanent and the patient moves on.

By Anonym 19 Sep

Charles L. Bailey Jr.

The shame, embarrassment, feeling of low self-worth, and scores of "labels" we give ourselves are not fitting. I am beginning to see how I had no control over the situation. He was a big man, I was a little boy.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Judith Zackson

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By Anonym 17 Sep

Alice Jamieson

Of course, I should have known the kids would pop out in the atmosphere of Roberta's office. That's what they do when Alice is under stress. They see a gap in the space-time continuum and slip through like beams of light through a prism changing form and direction. We had got into the habit in recent weeks of starting our sessions with that marble and stick game called Ker-Plunk, which Billy liked. There were times when I caught myself entering the office with a teddy that Samuel had taken from the toy cupboard outside. Roberta told me that on a couple of occasions I had shot her with the plastic gun and once, as Samuel, I had climbed down from the high-tech chairs, rolled into a ball in the corner and just cried. 'This is embarrassing,' I admitted. 'It doesn't have to be.' 'It doesn't have to be, but it is,' I said. The thing is. I never knew when the 'others' were going to come out. I only discovered that one had been out when I lost time or found myself in the midst of some wacky occupation — finger-painting like a five-year-old, cutting my arms, wandering from shops with unwanted, unpaid-for clutter. In her reserved way, Roberta described the kids as an elaborate defence mechanism. As a child, I had blocked out my memories in order not to dwell on anything painful or uncertain. Even as a teenager, I had allowed the bizarre and terrifying to seem normal because the alternative would have upset the fiction of my loving little nuclear family. I made a mental note to look up defence mechanisms, something we had touched on in psychology.

By Anonym 13 Sep

Thomas Keating

God seems willing to act as the most sublime psychologist, psychotherapist, or even psychiatrist if we are willing.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Jacques Barzun

Time and rest are needed for absorption. Psychologists confirm that it is really in the summer that our muscles learn to skate and in the winter, how to swim.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Judith Clarke

And sometimes, even though Dad said Dr. Snow was the best psychologist in the city and a very famous man, Jess thought there were things he didn't know either. "Time heals all wounds," he'd said to them once, his voice so soft and thoughtful he could have been talking to himself. It had seemed a cruel thing to say, though Jess knew he hadn't meant to be unkind. Vida had been really angry with him. "No, it doesn't!" she shouted. "You're wrong! It doesn't!

By Anonym 19 Sep

Asa Don Brown

What are the messages that you are entertaining?

By Anonym 13 Sep

Karl Kraus

If something is stolen from you, don't go to the police. They're not interested. Don't go to a psychologist either, because he's interested in only one thing: that it was really you who did the stealing.

By Anonym 18 Sep

Asa Don Brown

Resiliency is the essence of a global positive framework...

By Anonym 15 Sep

Sarah Stillman

The journalist's job isn't to be someone's friend, or their psychologist, or anything other than what we actually are. And at the end of the day, that can definitely seem like such a strange, extractive relationship.

By Anonym 19 Sep

Abhijit Naskar

We study humans to give them a healthier and happier life.

By Anonym 15 Sep

John Eldredge

To be in theater you have to be a kind of psychologist, for you're always trying to understand character and motives.

By Anonym 13 Sep

Gloria Estefan

I majored in Psychology in college. I was going to be a child psychologist.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Amit Abraham

A psychologist plays the cards before the shuffle and the deal.

By Anonym 13 Sep

Patricia Maclachlan

Being married to a psychologist, I realize that I learn more from imperfections.

By Anonym 13 Sep

Dennis Wolfberg

After ten years in therapy, my psychologist told me something very touching, he said, “no hablo ingles.”

By Anonym 13 Sep

Jay Leno

A German psychologist says that women talk more than men because they have a bigger vocabulary. But, it evens out because men only listen half the time.

By Anonym 13 Sep

Steven Pinker

As an experimental psychologist, I have been trained not to believe anything unless it can be demonstrated in the laboratory on rats or sophomores.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Asa Don Brown

Childhood trauma does not come in one single package.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Charles L. Bailey Jr.

It wasn't a sign of weakness to tell what happened to me. I feel guilt no longer, only regret. The other emotions are coming around too. How much further do I need to go? I'm not sure, but there is comfort in the fact that I am in the hands of expert guides, both in the doctor's office and at home with Sue.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Susanna Mittermaier

Are you choosing your life from the past, the expectation of the future, or from this very moment?

By Anonym 15 Sep

Ellen Glasgow

A little later, when breakfast was over and I had not yet gone up-stairs to my room, I had my first interview with Doctor Brandon, the famous alienist who was in charge of the case. I had never seen him before, but from the first moment that I looked at him I took his measure, almost by intuition. He was, I suppose, honest enough -- I have always granted him that, bitterly as I have felt toward him. It wasn't his fault that he lacked red blood in his brain, or that he had formed the habit, from long association with abnormal phenomena, of regarding all life as a disease. He was the sort of physician -- every nurse will understand what I mean -- who deals instinctively with groups instead of with individuals. He was long and solemn and very round in the face; and I hadn't talked to him ten minutes before I knew he had been educated in Germany, and that he had learned over there to treat every emotion as a pathological manifestation. I used to wonder what he got out of life -- what any one got out of life who had analyzed away everything except the bare structure.

By Anonym 13 Sep

Melissa Febos

I have always trusted writers, books, thinkers, psychologists in figuring things out. Maybe because they don't know me, so they are always honest, if that makes sense. Their wisdom and counsel are always unconditional.

By Anonym 19 Sep

Susanna Mittermaier

What if you love your flaws?

By Anonym 15 Sep

Susanna Mittermaier

Are you aiming for perfection or happiness?

By Anonym 15 Sep

Charles L. Bailey Jr.

As I let it out, layer by layer, Dr. Driscoll helped with the bumps and valleys. He knew just how much to draw out of me and how much I could handle. He is such an expert in his profession. He told me that the guilt I was feeling was not guilt, but regret. Guilt is a good thing. It is a mechanism by which we shouldn't make the same mistake twice. If you do something questionable, then the next chance you get to do it, guilt should stop you. I had no guilt. I had regrets, many regrets, but no guilt. It took some convincing, but he prevailed. There was always a nagging in my head, that if only I had had the guts to kill Neary myself, it would have stopped him from harming others, but that was not to be as a small boy. It does hurt that, maybe, just maybe, if I had carried out one of my many plans to kill him and myself then I could have saved victims younger than I. As victims come forward from almost all the churches where he served—and some are twenty—five plus years my junior—I feel that they would have been spared, if only I hadn't chickened out as a boy. Therein lies the answer; I was a little boy, a ten—year—old boy. Other victims of Neary were as young as six.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Jim Maclaine

I need to give up the OPTION of ever having what I want

By Anonym 15 Sep

Nietszche

But I have chosen the title of Immoral is t as a surname and as a badge of honour in yet another sense; I am very proud to possess this name which distinguishes me from all the rest of mankind. No one hitherto has felt Christian morality beneath him; to that end there were needed height, a remoteness of vision, and an abysmal psychological depth, not believed to be possible hitherto. Up to the present Christian morality has been the Circe of all thinkers —they stood at her service. What man, before my time, had descended into the underground caverns from out of which the poisonous fumes of this ideal—of this slandering of the world —burst forth? What man had even dared to suppose that they were underground caverns? Was a single one of the philosophers who preceded me a psychologist at all, and not the very reverse of a psychologist—that is to say, a "superior swindler," an "Idealist"? Before my time there was no psychology. To be the first in this new realm may amount to a curse; at all events, it is a fatality: for one is also the first to despise. My danger is the loathing of mankind.

By Anonym 17 Sep

Henry David Thoreau

Người ta hỏi một nhà thông thái rằng, trong số nhiều cây nổi tiếng mà Chúa toàn năng đã tạo thành những cây cao bóng cả, không có cây nào được gọi là azad, hay tự do, ngoài cây bách là cây không quả, có bí mật gì trong chuyện này không? Nhà thông thái trả lời, mỗi cây có một sản phẩm thích hợp và có mùa thích hợp với nó, đúng mùa thì nó tươi tốt và ra hoa, trái mùa thì nó khô vàng và héo tàn, cây bách không ở trong hai trạng thái này, vì nó lúc nào cũng xanh tươi, và bản chất của nó là azad, hay tự do tín ngưỡng. Đừng gắn trái tim bạn với cái gì nhất thời; vì con sông Dijlah, hay Tigris, sẽ tiếp tục chảy qua Bagdad sau khi nòi giống các vua Hồi đã tuyệt diệt; nếu bạn giàu có, hãy hào phóng; nhưng nếu không có gì để cho, hãy là 1 azad, hay 1 người tự do, giống như cây bách.

By Anonym 19 Sep

Asa Don Brown

Trauma does not have to occur by abuse alone...

By Anonym 16 Sep

Robert Epstein

G. Stanley Hall, a creature of his times, believed strongly that adolescence was determined – a fixed feature of human development that could be explained and accounted for in scientific fashion. To make his case, he relied on Haeckel's faulty recapitulation idea, Lombroso's faulty phrenology-inspired theories of crime, a plethora of anecdotes and one-sided interpretations of data. Given the issues, theories, standards and data-handling methods of his day, he did a superb job. But when you take away the shoddy theories, put the anecdotes in their place, and look for alternate explanations of the data, the bronze statue tumbles hard. I have no doubt that many of the street teens of Hall's time were suffering or insufferable, but it's a serious mistake to develop a timeless, universal theory of human nature around the peculiarities of the people of one's own time and place.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Rafael Yglesias

For a while she had a vague longing to be a psychologist. “Talking therapy is dead,” Gary said when she raised the idea. “It’s all pills now.

By Anonym 13 Sep

Allen Tate

How does one happen to write a poem: where does it come from? That is the question asked by the psychologists or the geneticists of poetry.

By Anonym 18 Sep

Jennifer Lane

So on a scale of one to Adele, how bad was this breakup?

By Anonym 14 Sep

Susan Cain

Shyness is inherently uncomfortable; introversion is not. The traits do overlap, though psychologists debate to what degree.

By Anonym 14 Sep

Steven Pinker

One of the perks of being a psychologist is access to tools that allow you to carry out the injunction to know thyself.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Susanna Mittermaier

Depression... is what your suffering actually yours?

By Anonym 19 Sep

Antonella Gambotto-burke

There were times when I would sob until I shook, until my eyelids were so swollen that it pained me to open them, and through hiccoughs, trembling, I would hiss, don’t touch me! as he moved to place a gentle hand on my shoulder. There were times when we seemed locked into our chairs, discrete, the static between us more eloquent than words. But there was never a moment when I doubted Peter’s ability to heal me.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Ehsan Sehgal

A visionary psychologist examines and analyses, in all dimensions of the subject's nature, with the knowledge and ability of spirituality, philosophy, and politics, apart from its professional study. Otherwise, it represents only as a robot that circulates the content as its programme.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Steven Magee

A psychologist would probably diagnose insanity for a nation that spends more on its military than the next 8 nations combined, while its poor are starving.

By Anonym 18 Sep

Asa Don Brown

Resiliency is not gender-, age-, or intellectually specific...

By Anonym 13 Sep

Hilary Kornblith

Here, there is simply no substitute for the kind of work that experimental psychologists do, work which shows some mechanisms to be quite reliable, and others to be quite unreliable.

By Anonym 13 Sep

David Hemenway

Economists are behavioural psychologists, but they think more is better; they want to make everyone richer. They should pause. More's not necessarily better

By Anonym 14 Sep

Karl Kraus

My unconscious knows more about the consciousness of the psychologist than his consciousness knows about my unconscious.

By Anonym 19 Sep

Jennifer Lane

To embrace love, we risk heartbreak. To resist love, we risk emptiness.

By Anonym 14 Sep

Kazimir Malevich

Painters were also attorneys, happy storytellers of anecdote, psychologists, botanists, zoologists, archaeologists, engineers, but there were no creative painters.