EMDR: What is it, who is it for, how does it work and is it effective?

 

  In the world of psychology, there are many options for the type of treatment a patient can receive. The type of treatment is all […]

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Alexithymia: Building Relationships Out of Nothing

 

  Alexithymia. Understanding and expressing emotions are essential parts of human interaction that unfortunately may be confusing for some people. Imagine not being able to […]

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Bullying and the Brain: Schoolyard Cruelty

Bullying and the Brain: The Neuroscience of Bullying

 

  As a young, school-going kid there are a lot of things that are rights of passage- your first invite to a birthday party, your […]

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Narrative Exposure Therapy: Stones and Flowers

Narrative Exposure Therapy: What’s your story?

 

  A lot of time and resources have been spent on investigating Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) in soldiers- and it’s warranted (more on how to […]

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How to Live with PTSD

How to Live with PTSD

 

  Just a few days ago a gunman fired upon a primarily LGBTQ nightclub in Orlando, Florida, slaughtering 50 people and leaving dozens more injured […]

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Sexual Aggression Affects the Female Brain

Sexual Assault Affects the Female Brain

 

  According to the World Health Organization (WHO), abuse against women, both emotional and physical, creates a huge public health problem that negatively affects a […]

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 PTSD, brain injury leaves veterans suffering. The disorder still is misunderstood not only by veterans but the civilian public as well. When not diagnosed and […]

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