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One of the cornerstones of Cognitive Behavior Therapy (CBT) is to help individuals identify their negative and irrational ways of thinking. Cognitive Errors, also known as Cognitive Distortions, are unhealthy thinking habits that lead to most common mental health problems such as anxiety, depression and ...
The ancient Greek philosopher Epicurus advised, “Do not spoil what you have by desiring what you have not; remember that what you now have was once among the ...
Some of you might be surprised to see an entire issue of The Carlat Psychiatry Report devoted to psychoanalysis.
You and your child don’t have to agree on everything.
How much can we accomplish in ten minutes.
It may be controversial, but I’m grateful for the YouTube videos showing parents telling their children about sex for the very first time. Watching the children’s reactions to hearing about ...
The human brain is constantly changing.
In the previous article, we looked at the four most common perfectionistic tendencies.
Jake and his parents arrive early for their appointment with a list of concerns to review in our limited time together.
A gift to yourself The idea of forgiveness makes many people shout, Never!.
In last week’s post I wrote about the limitations of current postpartum depression screening guidelines.
Rehabilitation services delivered over the Internet and through other telecommunication networks allow health care professionals to reach more patients in need, but there has been some concern that so-called telerehabilitation […]
New research suggests a healthy diet during pregnancy is good for the mother and also her offspring. Researchers from the Oregon Health and Science University tested the effect of a […]
Functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) and electroencephalography (EEG) may detect consciousness in ICU patients with severe traumatic brain injuries when a standard bedside neurological exam comes up short, according to […]