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The Neuropsychotherapist Volume 7 Issue 4

THE NEUROPSYCHOTHERAPIST Volume 7 Issue 4 (April 2019) ISSN 2201-9529 discovered that I am writing this during the celestial equinox. This is one of only two times during the year when day and night are of...

Time Maps: How Our Brain Perceives Time

-AMAZONPOLLY-ONLYWORDS-START-  What happens in our brain when we listen to the rhythmic pace of a song or when, at the traffic light, the light is red and we are trembling awaiting the green? How do we perceive such an abstract feature of the world? For the first...

Severe Stress Before Age 6 Resulted in Smaller Brain Memory Structures

A team of researchers studying the impact of stress upon children has published new evidence suggesting that there is a “sensitive period” lasting through age 5 in which severe stress appears to have its greatest impact on the hippocampus, a part of the brain known to be stress-sensitive.

A New Psychotherapy for Trauma

   was at the Bessel van der Kolk Trauma, the Body and Biology Foundations and treatment of trauma conference recently. Bessel van der Kolk is a former psychiatrist, researcher, therapist and author of...

Managing Anger At Work

  Today Richard Hill and Matthew Dahlitz have a quick chat about anger at work and what to do about it. Here are 7 tips on how to manage your anger...   What to do with Anger in the Office? 1) If you are the one with the anger - remove yourself from the...

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...

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