Mechanisms of Change

How the brain changes

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 audience of...

Connectivity

Connectivity Haley Peckham doi: 10.12744/tnpt(5)082-085 Welcome to the last in a series of four articles where I have been looking at ways the biology of the brain can potentially be altered by the experience of psychotherapy. I began by looking at how the environment...

Malleable Genetics

Malleable Genetics Richard Hill   Published in The Neuropsychotherapist Issue #1   ust when we thought our knowledge base had expanded exponentially with the introduction of brain plasticity, a new...

The Cognitive Elements of Neural Plasticity

The Cognitive Elements of Neural Plasticity Professor Reuven Feuerstein Professor Louis H. Falik Rabbi Refael S. Feuerstein The Feuerstein Institute Jerusalem, Israel Members Download:  This PDF is 1.6MB Cite as: Feuerstein, R., Falik, L. H.,...

Mechanisms of Change

Regular Department Mechanisms of Change The malleable, adaptive nature of our biopsycho selves   ‘We shall have to find a contact point with biology.’  Freud reud’s assertion strikes a chord with many...

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