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Giveaway – 101 Trauma-Informed Interventions

Giveaway – 101 Trauma-Informed Interventions

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The Whole-Brain Child Book Giveaway

The Whole-Brain Child Book Giveaway

Contgrats Sue for winning this book! Learn more as a member of The Science of Psychotherapy! Get access to hundreds of articles, videos, and a community of mental health professionals to help you understand the art and the science of psychotherapy.

The Brain Bible Giveaway

The Brain Bible Giveaway

Congrats Seian from New South Wales for being our winner! Learn more as a member of The Science of Psychotherapy! Get access to hundreds of articles, videos, and a community of mental health professionals to help you understand the art and the...

Psychotherapy in Pain Management with Dr Robert Moss

Psychotherapy in Pain Management with Dr Robert Moss

New Reading Course: Psychotherapy in Pain Management with Dr Robert Moss A book summary of "Psychotherapy in Pain Management" and video interview with clinical neuropsychologist Dr Robert Moss   This course presents a brain-based model with the potential for...

Survey for 2021

Survey for 2021

Thank you everyone who participated in our recent survey to help us deliver better content to you for 2021. We received a lot of positive feedback about the quality of what we do – thank you for your kindness! We would like to let you know about some of the results...

Who is this absent(ee)

Who is this absent(ee)

An absentee is someone who is no longer here, who no longer exists, someone who is not present... in the present. We all miss someone who is absent (a curious expression, “is absent”, i.e., someone who has taken the place of absence, they exist despite not being...

Now we understand vision better because of mapped neural circuits found in the eye

Now we understand vision better because of mapped neural circuits found in the eye

The function of a special group of nerve cells which are found in the eye and which sense visual movement have been discovered by researchers from Aarhus University. A completely new understanding of how conscious sensory impressions occur in the brain has been acquired through the study. The development of targeted and specific forms of treatment in the future for diseases which impact the nervous system and its sensory apparatus, such as dementia and schizophrenia, needs this kind of insight.

Coronavirus Books for Children

Coronavirus Books for Children

Chloe Drulis and Mary Gianatasio are child development specialists who wrote two books to help children understand and cope with the effects of the coronavirus on their lives. The books are as follows: 1. What is the Coronavirus? reframes the international crisis from...