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The Science of Psychotherapy May 2021

The Science of Psychotherapy May 2021

In various books, poems and songs, May is dubbed as The Merry Month of May. The musical, Camelot, takes it one Spring step further into the Lusty Month of May! I am always intrigued when a positive affirmation is created. What is the motivation? It might be that May...

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...

The Science of Psychotherapy April 2021

The Science of Psychotherapy April 2021

The pleasure of curating this magazine never wanes. There is always fascinating material coming in from around the globe. In this vein, we continue our series of international Last Words with Flavio Cannistra from Italy. He begins with a famous quote which produces...

The Science of Psychotherapy March 2021

The Science of Psychotherapy March 2021

What is time? Physicists say it is the procession of events or experiences that produce an increase in complexity that makes sense to our conscious mind. Over time, we develop a “self” to whom those events and experiences happen and allows us to realize that there are...

The Sensitive Brain at Rest

The Sensitive Brain at Rest

Research uncovers patterns in the resting brains of highly sensitive people You know that raw overwhelm people have been reporting after months of a pandemic, compounded by economic issues and social unrest? Does fatigue and compulsive social media scrolling strike a...

Babette Rothschild talks about revolutionizing trauma treatment

Babette Rothschild talks about revolutionizing trauma treatment

We catch up with Babette Rothschild and talk about her new paperback release "Revolutionizing Trauma Treatment: Stabilization, Safety, & Nervous System Balance".  Babette has been ahead of the curve for a long time in our world of the science of psychotherapy so...

How philosophy can change the understanding of pain

How philosophy can change the understanding of pain

A German-Canadian research team is calling for a more comprehensive approach. Dr. Sabrina Coninx from Ruhr-Universität Bochum and Dr. Peter Stilwell from McGill University, Canada, have investigated how philosophical approaches can be used to think in new ways about...

Dr Jessica Stone talks about virtual therapy tools

Dr Jessica Stone talks about virtual therapy tools

Jessica Stone, Ph.D., RPT-S, is a licensed psychologist working in a private practice setting in Colorado. She has been a practitioner, professor, presenter, mentor, and author for 30 years. Dr. Stone’s interest in therapeutic digital tools, specifically using virtual...

One in Five American Adults Experience Chronic Pain

One in Five American Adults Experience Chronic Pain

New data from the National Health Interview Survey found that 50.2 million U.S. adults reported pain on most days or every day, limiting daily functioning and productivity Chronic pain is among the most common chronic conditions in the United States, but estimates of...

Geoff Walters and Universal Owl

Geoff Walters and Universal Owl

Geoff Walters is a man with a mission. He is creating an education platform called Universal Owl to identify the universal skills that every young person needs to succeed, and then teach those skill at scale. His hope is to be able to create a new type of education...