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Memory Hack

by Alisa Princy (2019-12-25)

So you could expect this Memory Hack Review from a counsellor if a counsellor is regarded more-or-less as a psychotherapist. However, if one is to regard counsellors and psychotherapists differently in terms of the skills, approaches, methods and techniques that are put on show by them (or what they could offer you), it would be seen then that counsellors are different so they would help somewhat differently to other professionals. So, if professionals such as psychotherapists and psychologists work within a psycho-therapeutic framework but not necessarily counsellors, what else then can counselors offer you? They can offer you general support as in consolidating or expanding the foundations or the repertoire of available help on offer. They should have a solid, broad knowledge and awareness of many other "branches" of help, others who can help, other agencies (governmental and non-governmental) and a whole platform of supportive networks of help out there in general society that are available for those who need them. They should be able to offer a foundational type of support in themselves in most cases though ( meaning that they should be able to be a part of your cornerstone or central resource of support). General Practitioners can (and quite often do) play a large and highly significant role too. Absent head trauma, memory loss has a way of sneaking up on us. Signs began about a year ago for me. I wasn't sure what it was. Now, preventing memory loss is the central focus of my life. I'm a retired attorney. Lawyers read and process tons and tons of information on a daily basis. Especially for litigators, memory can mean the difference between winning and losing a case. A friend of mine from law school once worked as an investigator for famed attorney F. Lee Bailey. He had numerous stories of Bailey's ability to remember word for word what a witness had said in depositions weeks or months prior. Any conflicts with prior statements would lead to a discredited witness.