Self-Compassion: Stop Beating Yourself Up and Leave Insecurity Behind By Dr. Kristen Neff Harper Collins Publishing, 297 pages Review by Susan Stuntzner PhD, LPC, LMHP, BCPC, DAPA, FAPA, CRC, NCC, DCC Assistant Professor and Program Coordinator of RCHS program University of Idaho Over the past decade, there has been an emerging interest in compassion and […]
The Precarious Balance Between Love, Hate, Action, and Self-Control in Potentially Violent Patients:
The Precarious Balance Between Love, Hate, Action, and Self-Control in Potentially Violent Patients: Avoiding therapeutic emotional closeness that can trigger decompensation Barbara Young As mass murders occur, more emphasis is placed on the importance of psychiatry. There is the expectation that if strange and isolating behavior is observed in a young person, then medication and […]
Shoulder Injury Mechanisms and Integrative Medicine Therapies Anne J. Yatco, B.S., M.F.A., Forensic Scientist at the Institute of Risk & Safety Analyses Kenneth Alvin Solomon, Ph.D., P.E., Post Ph.D., Chief Scientist at the Institute of Risk & Safety Analyses We begin by providing a preliminary examination of the anatomy of the shoulder, as well as […]
Philosophy of the Soul: Faith and Reason for Behavioral Health and Wellness By: Jose Gustavo Gonzalez, LCSW, CCH, BCPC There have been many attempts to reconcile the logical gap between the transcendental being and the physical realm. This work is an integrated approach to the human and transcendent nature of the person with the […]
The Art of Being Mindful By: Kevin P. Feisthamel Many different groups, from Zen Bhuddists to Existential philosophers like Jean Paul Sartre, have touted the benefits of living in the moment. Kevin Feisthamel discusses ways to integrate the art of being present into our lives and therapy. Click here for the full article Click here for […]
Defeating Tinnitus Naturally Dr. Paul Yanick, Jr., Ph.D., President of the American Academy of Quantum Medicine www.aaqm.org Tinnitus is normally considered a lifelong problem. However, in this article Dr. Yanick discusses a natural cure for this chronic problem. Dr. Yanick was a sufferer himself, until he discovered that it resulted from electrochemical malnourishment. Click here […]
From “the Bliss Point” to “the Breaking Point” – America’s War on the Extraordinary Science of Addictive Junk Food.
by CaltonNutrition on Sunday, March 3, 2013 On February 24, 2013, just a few days ago, the New York Times published an extremely disturbing article written by Michael Moss, titled The Extraordinary Science of Addictive Junk Food. If you have read it, then you know what we are talking about. If you haven’t, we urge […]
Whitney Houston was an incredible talent. She will be missed by millions and forever be remembered for her huge, incredible voice. Today, we want to use her death to remind us of something else that is huge right now. We are talking about the abuse of prescription medications. According to reports, Whitney’s prescription of choice […]
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