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How Evolved Are We?
The Triune Brain in the Consulting Room
CE Credits: 2
It's a Jungle in There
By Louis Cozolino
The human brain is an anachronistic menagerie...
Our Serotonin, Our Selves?
By Charles Barber
Studying the brains of people who committed suicide raises basic questions...
Brain to Brain
By Bonnie Badenoch
After a decade of trying to integrate our growing knowledge about the brain into everyday practice...
Unlocking the Emotional Brain
By Bruce Ecker
Recent findings about memory consolidation in the brain have opened up the possibility...
Practice Makes Perfect
By Carolyn Daitch
Many clients believe that the therapy process all by itself will magically improve their lives and relationships. We must help them recognize that without their own consistent efforts, therapy is unlikely to give them what they want.