SoP 36: PANS / PANDAS

Micaela Monteiro-Haig We talk to Micaela Monteiro-Haig about PANS/PANDAS – an autoimmune disorder of the brain. Micaela Monteiro-Haig is a naturopath, nutritionist, herbalist and eating psychology coach with a special interest in mental health. She talks with us...

Where To Next?

Photo by Taylor Nicole Where to next? This question spurs my curiosity.  Like explorers searching for new frontiers, the counseling and psychotherapy field is at a critical moment in its history. We have moved from narrative descriptions of client scenarios to...

Volume 7 Issue 6 Reading Course

Where To Now? (1.5 hours) In this course you will learn: Where are we going next? From applied neuroscience to the broader science of you! (This course is for Standard subscribers only) NPT Volume 7 Issue 6 (1.5 hours)Module 1 Where To Now? Unit 1 Introduction Unit 2...

Where To Now (Audio)

I introduced this feature in the Editorial, but perhaps it needs more description. This feature is comprised of the responses of 20 authors, all friends and colleagues, to a simple question – “Where To Now?” The motivation is partly because we are...

SoP 35: Single Session and Brief Psychotherapy

We interview Flavio Cannistra from Rome about brief and single session therapy. Flavio Cannistra is a licensed psychologist and psychotherapist (PsyD).  After five years at university, initially focusing on Jungian, he oriented his studies toward brief therapies....

The Neuropsychotherapist Volume 7 Issue 6

Welcome to the beginning of something exciting for all of us at The Neuropsychotherapist. We are at a “phase shift”. You will have noticed that we have been quietly broadening our scope of articles and authors over the past 6 months or so to reflect the...

SoP 34: Name Change!

Richard and Matt talk about changing names from The Neuropsychotherapist to The Science of Psychotherapy For many years our flagship magazine has been The Neuropsychotherapist and this has served us well. But we are finding that the science informing psychotherapy is...

Synthetic Speech Generated from Brain Recordings

Gopala Anumanchipalli, PhD, holding an example array of intracranial electrodes of the type used to record brain activity in the current study © UCSF New technology is a stepping stone to a neural speech prosthesis, researchers say. A state-of-the-art...

How Blindness Shapes Sound Processing

Research uses functional MRI to identify two differences in the brains of blind individuals — differences that might be responsible for their abilities to make better use of auditory information.

SoP 33: Richard On Awareness & Possibility

Richard reports back from his recent trip to the USA and talks about awareness, possibilities and probabilities and what all this has to do with psychotherapy. Richard Hill, MA, MEd, MBMSc, is acknowledged internationally as an expert in human dynamics,...

Flavio Cannistra

Members PDF Download Members Text Only Members Audio Where in the world are you based? I live close to Rome, Italy, but I am fortunate to work all around the Bel Paese. This is an affectionate term for Italy that simply means “beautiful country” and can be...

Brain Marker for Angry Dreams

Researchers have identified a pattern of brain activity that predicts anger experienced during dreaming, according to a new study of healthy adults published in JNeurosci. The research could potentially inform efforts to understand the neural basis of the emotional content of nightmares, a feature of various mental and sleep disorders.

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