Epigenetics

Epigenetics Definition Epigenetics (from the Greek: επί – over, outside of, or around the genome) is the study of trait variations caused by external or environmental factors that switch genes on and off and affect how cells read genes....

Permissible Curiosity

Permissible Curiosity Gail Noppe-Brandon Go to the download (members free) What follows in this article is an attempt to explore the importance of bringing creativity into clinical practice. To that end, it is my great hope to marry style and content, since it will...

An Important Process for Psychotherapy

Memory reconsolidation is a central part of the mechanism of change in psychotherapy. Here Matthew Dahlitz gives a very brief snapshot of what it’s all about. Check out more about the clinical application of memory reconsolidation by going to the following posts...

Depression, Anxiety and Telomeres

Telomeres are the protective cap at the end of chromosomes that protect the integrity of the chromosome end. You might think of it like a band at the end of a plait of hair that stops the plait from unravelling during the activity of the day. Telomeres are more like a...

Memory Reconsolidation Video

Memory Reconsolidation: Key To Transformational Change in Psychotherapy Here is your “quick start” guide to memory reconsolidation, the brain’s innate process of deep, lasting change. This video captures a 20-minute flow of live presentation to an...

Connectivity

Connectivity Haley Peckham doi: 10.12744/tnpt(5)082-085 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 HERE to get these...