A Dysfunctional Nation and Its People: Becoming Functional
May 10, 2011
Hosted by Dr. Raymond Hamden
There are four realities that are present in the stressed out or very injurious nation. People do not know who they are or they have a false picture as to who they are, they do not sustain their relationships through deep friendliness, defenses are used repeatedly, and contentment skills are minimal. Contentment skills are those abilities to sustain long-term relationships, intra- community and inter-community. When a nation is in pain and stress, psychological defenses will arise. Psychological Defenses have two purposes: to give pleasure and to avoid pain. A person’s identity is negatively affected. It can be affected in one of two ways. The first way is that the person will not have a clear, nor positive, picture of who he or she is within the nation. In a chaotic nation neither accurate nor appreciative insights are shared. That being the case the individual at the very best will not have a clear sense of citizenship. At worst, he or she will have a deeply negative instinctive view of who he or she is.
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Dr. Raymond Hamden
Dr. Raymond Hamden was born in the United States of America. He has practiced psychology in Washington, D.C. since 1979 and the United Arab Emirates since 1990. His diverse International services are in Clinical, Forensic, Educational, Organizational, and cross-cultural consultation.
By invitation, he has presented before the US Senate and wrote for the US House of Representatives on topics of forensic and political psychology. He has presented at professional conferences worldwide as keynote address, workshop and seminar facilitator.
In October 2008, Dr. Hamden was appointed by Dubai Health Authority (DHA) as Chair, Psychology SME Panel to facilitate the creation and implementation of Psychology Laws of Practice, Code of Ethical Principles, and Scope of Practice for Psychology. In March 2007, he was selected to service on the Plenary committee and workshop for the European Space Agency (ESA) and consult on the clinical elements of human Psychology of Space Travel.
Dr. Hamden is Chair, American Board of Psychological Specialties. A Life Member of several professional organizations, most recently elected to membership in the America Academy of Forensic Sciences.
Dr. Hamden has appeared as an expert in international media.