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The Aging Brain (1 hour)

The Aging Brain (1 hour) In this course you will learn: The nature of aging in our modern society That there is damage to the brain through stroke and TIAs The neurobiology of Alzheimer’s disease The implication of vascular depression and how to manage it (This course...

When Life Throws Curve Balls

When life throws curve balls! An educators guide to assist children who have experienced situations of loss. ife doesn’t always go as planned! Unfortunate and sometimes tragic situations happen and children...

The Age Of Genetic Wonder

Juan Enriquez forecasts the possible futures of genetic editing, exploring the immense uncertainty and opportunity of this next frontier.

Orchids and Dandelions: A Genetic View of Resilience

  Challenging behaviors are a cry for help My work has been inspired by recent translational neurogenomics findings suggesting that some children carry genetic variants that affect their ability to self-regulate which make them more sensitive to the effects of...

Volume 7 Issue 3 Reading Course

Volume 7 Issue 3 short reading course An Integrated Rapid Memory Reconsolidation Approach: Rapid Resolution Therapy Part 2; The Power To Change; The Neuropsychological Analysis of Self-Injurous Behavior (1 hour)   In this course you will learn: About the theory...

Memory Reconsolidation As A Way Of Life

  A colleague on a listserve, whom I’ll call “Dave”, wrote about the relationship between left and right brain processes as relates to memory reconsolidation, and how left brain processes can rigidify and destroy or harm the “big picture” perspective of right...

Brain Cells Involved In Insomnia Identified

An international team of researchers has identified, for the first time, the cell types, areas and biological processes in the brain that mediate the genetic risk of insomnia. This was made possible by assessing DNA and sleep features in no less than 1.3 million people. The findings are a major step towards getting grip on the biological mechanisms that cause insomnia.

Laughter May Be Best Medicine for Brain Surgery

Neuroscientists at Emory University School of Medicine have discovered a focal pathway in the brain that when electrically stimulated causes immediate laughter, followed by a sense of calm and happiness, even during awake brain surgery. [dropcap style="font-size:...

Communication, listening, and successful business

Welcome to the the first neuroscience and business podcast! My name is Matthew Dahlitz and we are your experts in how your brain works, and human behavour, and we are here to help you get the best performance in business and life. And I'm here with my colleague and...

SOP 17: John Arden Talks About Brain Networks (Part 2)

  The second part of our conversation with John Arden about neural networks that are important for therapists    John Arden, PhD, ABPP has over 40 years of experience providing psychological services and directing mental health programs. Dr. Arden’s...

Mindfulness can change your brain

Mindfulness can change your brain David Kavanagh By this stage you’ve probably heard about mindfulness meditation. You may have even considered it and decided it sounded like something wishy-washy and unproven. If so, you’re not alone. While many studies have found...

Help clients move beyond fear, with Tara Brach

How can our clients move beyond the fear that’s impacting their life? Fear can block them from connecting with the people they love, stifle their creativity, and cloud their judgment when they need it most. So how can we help them get beyond their fears to live more...

SoP 22: Stan Tatkin Talks About the Neurobiology of Couples

Couple therapist and neurobiology expert Stan Tatkin talks with us about how couples work. We were very fortunate to catch up with Stan Tatkin today and talk about some of the features of his neurobiological understanding of couples. Stan Tatkin, PsyD, MFT, is a...

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