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17 Prompts to Take You into 2017 The start of a new year is a great time to self-reflect, to explore, to wonder, to wish. Here’s a list of 17 prompts, including fill-in-the-blank sentences and questions, for … ...
The Truth About Self-Compassion There’s a lot of confusion surrounding self-compassion: We see self-compassion as self-indulgent. We see it as selfish. We see it as weak. Which is unfortunate because a) this means that … ...
The Hope of 2017 In just three days, 2017 will be here. You may be looking at this upcoming time with joy, or perhaps dread. 2016 has been a time of turmoil and chaos … ...
The Hurt and Healing of 2016   In just three days, 2017 will be here. You may be looking at this upcoming time with joy, or perhaps dread. 2016 has been a time of turmoil and … ...
15 Fields to Apply Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) Services... Applied behavior analysis is most known for its application to children with autism spectrum disorder. However, this is not the only field that ABA can be applied. Additionally, ABA is not even specifically an autism treatment. More accurately, “Applied Behavior Analysis is the process of … ...
Moving from New Year’s Resolutions to Setting Intentions: 5... New Year’s resolutions are a thing of the past. When I was growing up, and even into adulthood, people would always be asking each other “what is your new year’s resolution” right before the new year was about to hit. And, me not knowing any differently, … ...
25 Free Activities to do With Your Kids In today’s world, especially in the United States (I’m not as familiar with other countries as I live in the U.S.), it can be tempting to spend money here and … ...
Project Arete Strengths of character are especially important when leading others in dangerous and challenging situations.
Let’s leave 2016 behind After speaking to my friends and loved ones about this year, the general consensus is that 2016 was very…long. People have lost loved ones, battled with physical or mental illness, and have encountered new conflicts at home and work. With the addition of global and national crises and politics, it’s fair to say that a […]
5 Studies Show Effectiveness of Herbal and Alternative Treatment... 1. Anxiety Supplements with Clinical Trial Evidence The above graphic represents the effort of researchers to compile a record of the available science on natural supplements for anxiety. The purpose … ...
5 Reasons the Holidays Are a Powerful Source of Nostalgia Research explains so many of our nostalgic memories are connected to holiday gatherings, rituals, and traditions.
Experience the Freedom of Living in the Present: DBT... Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) is a highly effective evidence-based treatment that was originally developed by Marsha Linehan in the late 1980s for the treatment of Borderline Personality Disorder (Linehan, 1993). Today, it is used for the treatment of a variety of mental health issues such … ...
Scientists engineer gene pathway to grow brain organoids with surface folding Researchers provide insight into a specific gene pathway that appears to regulate the growth, structure, and organization of the human cortex. They also demonstrate that 3-D human cerebral organoids can be effective in modeling the molecular, cellular, and anatomical processes of human brain development. And they suggest a new path for identifying the cells affected by Zika virus.
The rhythm that makes memories permanent Every time we learn something new, the memory does not only need to be acquired, it also needs to be stabilized in a process called memory consolidation. Brain waves are considered to play an important role in this process, but the underlying mechanism that dictates their shape and rhythm was still unknown. A study now shows that one of the brain waves important for consolidating memory is dominated by synaptic inhibition.
Exploring the “Human” Side of Therapy: Q&A with Sherry... Therapists are taught to share very little about themselves. After all, therapy is about the patient. But this doesn’t stop clients from being curious about the people they reveal their … ...
2016 is Almost Over, Thank God! “You look like you have sad eyes, and you never used to look like that before.” A coworker told me that today. It hurt but often times the truth hurts. … ...
What “I Do” To A Narcissist Really Means I recently ran across a “relationship contract” in a self-help book. Reading it, I suddenly realized that the terms of the contract sounded much like the unspoken wedding vows inherent … ...