Neuropsychotherapy Defined

Neuropsychotherapy Defined Definition: Neuropsychotherapy is a neurobiologically informed framework for psychotherapy that conceptualises thought and behaviour as emerging from the influence of motivational schemata developed to preserve or enhance basic psychological...

Sex Addiction

Sex Addiction: Holistic Treatment Goals and Protocols for Body, Brain, and Relationship (Part 1) Alexandra Katehakis Go to the download (members free) Since a host of psychological, neurophysiological, and cultural factors conspire to create and maintain sexual...

Bipolar or Borderline (or PTSD or ADHD)?

Bipolar or Borderline (or PTSD or ADHD)? Managing Difficult Distinctions and Comorbidities James Phelps Go to the download (members free) Bipolar disorders are in the differential for nearly every psychiatric presentation, from psychosis to depression to obsessive...

Charlie’s Web

Charlie’s Web Go to the download (members free) Although thankfully rare, the impact of a life-threatening birth can be damaging to the early mother–infant relationship, attunement and attachment, and to the development of the role of a father who may feel...

Working With Chronic Pain: Making Treatment Count

Working with Chronic Pain: Making Treatment Count Rachel Kovacevic BA, BSc (Hons), MPsych (Clin), MAPS Pieter Rossouw MClin Psych., PhD., MAPS, MCClin, QCA. Stephen McCrea BAppSc (Physio), Cert. Hydro Chronic pain is commonly defined as pain that persists beyond...

The Social Brain and Education

The Social Brain and Education Pieter Rossouw doi: 10.12744/tnpt(5)092-100 Download all the articles from this issue using the link below. [wlm_private “NPT Basic|3 Year Subscription|Standard Membership|Staff|NPT Premium|Standard Monthly”] Members click...

The Neuroscience of Interpersonal Connectivity

The Neuroscience of Interpersonal Connectivity:  Benchmarking Strategies for Effective Interventions Dr Pieter Rossouw School of Psychology The University of Queensland The functioning of the human brain Our treatment of the human condition can be thought of as...