Aldrich Chan talks reassembling models of reality

We were fortunate to catch up with neuropsychologist Dr Aldrich Chan who has recently released his new book Reassembling Models of Reality: Theory and Clinical Practice (published by W. W. Norton & Co). In this book, and in our conversation, Dr Chan examines our...

Altering Traumatic Memories

Texas A&M researchers have found that they can indirectly retrieve and weaken fear memories. The discovery has therapeutic implications for treating trauma. Scientists could be a step closer to finding a way to reduce the impact of traumatic memories, according to...

Gut Microbiome Plays Role in Autism

A new study has demonstrated that autism spectrum disorder is related to changes in the gut microbiome. The findings are published in mSystems, an open-access journal of the American Society for Microbiology. “Longitudinally, we were able to see that within an...

The Science of Psychotherapy April 2021

The pleasure of curating this magazine never wanes. There is always fascinating material coming in from around the globe. In this vein, we continue our series of international Last Words with Flavio Cannistra from Italy. He begins with a famous quote which produces...

Michael Yapko talks about Process-Orientated Hypnosis

Michael D. Yapko, PhD, is a clinical psychologist residing in southern California. The author of fifteen books, including Mindfulness and Hypnosis, which won the Society for Clinical and Experimental Hypnosis (SCEH) Arthur Shapiro Award for Best Book on Hypnosis,...