Reconsidering the Nature of Trauma

Reconsidering the Nature of Trauma Bonnie Badenoch [Content protected for subscribers only] Leaving her mom at the door, four-year-old Mandy walks confidently into her preschool classroom and is immediately met by the screams of another child as his mother walks out...

What is PANDAS/PANS?

Members Download full article  NPTV5I11pp8-15 When my middle son, Sammy, was twelve years old he was suddenly struck with an increasingly bizarre series of behaviors, just before the start of sixth grade. He was diagnosed first with obsessive-compulsive disorder,...

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 Members Download: TNPTVol4Issue10pp18-31 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...

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...
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