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psychological warfare

The use of threats, intimidation, or other such tactics to try to bring about a particular outcome. The dropping of leaflets announcing the bombing campaign was really just psychological warfare. All right, I'll go to the family dinner if only to get mom to stop her psychological warfare. I can't stand the way she tries to guilt me!

the psychological moment

The time at which someone or something is most able or likely to achieve success or desired result. The devastation of the country was the psychological moment for the dictator to seize power. The attack on the region created the psychological moment for the two rival nations to finally put aside their differences and join forces.

the ˌpsychological ˈmoment

the best time to do something in order for it to be successful: The publication of her first novel came at the psychological moment, and she became well known very quickly.
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The most effective forms of work in the provision of public services for psychological support are trainings that are conducted by experienced psychologists from the educational and methodical center "Aspect".
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In 1964, Gerald Caplan, an American psychologist and the father of modern crisis intervention, proposed the concept of psychological crisis: he stated that when a person encounters a sudden or major life dilemma, previous crisis-handling patterns and support systems may be ineffective for coping with the present situation.
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HAFAL'S members, many of whom have direct experience of mental illness, have long been concerned that there is an imbalance in mental health services which do not give sufficient weight to psychological therapies.
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