The Neuropsychotherapist Volume 6 Issue 5
Jeff Zimmerman explores the history and role of neuroscience in narrative therapy in his chapter “Toward a Neuro-Narrative Therapy: Histories of the Present Revisited”. He looks at the development of narrative therapy in the different social contexts it has grown up in and what this means for today’s narrative therapeutic approach. by Jeffrey Zimmerman
A new connection between stress and cancer, and a psychosocial genomic approach to therapy
We all know that stress is not good for our health, and the connection between chronic stress and cancer seems obvious these days. But what is the actual relationship involved? This article explains some of the mechanics to both the stress–cancer connection and some of the treatments. by Ernest Rossi, Richard Hill, Kathryn Rossi
- Applied NPT: Experiencing Trauma and the Arc of Recovery
- Last Word: What is our future?