Category archives for: Special Conditions

Fact or Myth: Can Lucid Dreaming Help You Heal?


This is FACT. Our bodies are finely tuned machines that operate with precision and purpose, and the process of dreaming is no exception. Dreams are a reflection of how we perceive the circumstances of our lives…of how we are registering external experiences internally. That’s why dreams are such a meaty topic of analysis for psychotherapists, […]

Weight Loss Resistance


It’s that time of year where we dread pulling out our summer clothes. And even worse, we try to find a swim suit that we feel confident in and when we don’t, we just decide we won’t wear one anymore. Every part of our body feels like it’s on display from head to toe and […]

Study: Children Enjoy Gender-Specific Toys at 9 Months!


Commentary by Susan Brinkmann, OCDS A recent study has found that babies as young as nine months prefer toys that correspond to their biological sex, which is much too early to rule out the fact that biology must be playing a significant role in how boys and girls develop. The Daily Mail is reporting on […]

Study Shows Changes in Brain Activity After Mindfulness Therapy


CINCINNATI–Anxiety disorders are among the most common psychiatric conditions affecting children and adolescents. While antidepressants are frequently used to treat youth with anxiety disorders, sometimes, antidepressants may be poorly tolerated in children who are at high risk of developing bipolar disorder. Researchers at the University of Cincinnati (UC) are studying how cognitive therapy that uses […]

Are you talking to me? New research shows attention shapes social behaviours


Illustrative confederate actions. Final hand positions for the conditions in which the confederate raised his hand to answer a phone (top) or wave (bottom), with eyes positionedeither straight ahead (left) or tracking the passing pedestrians (right) New research out of the Department of Psychology is the first to show that covert attention, such as paying […]

ADHD Drugs Dont Boost Kids Grades

The Wall Street Journal: It’s no longer shocking to hear of children with attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder—and others simply facing a big test—taking ADHD medicine to boost their performance in school. But new studies point to a problem: There’s little evidence that the drugs actually improve academic outcomes. Stimulants used to treat ADHD like Ritalin and […]

Target Unmoved by Outraged Customers


Commentary by Susan Brinkmann, OCDS At a recent board meeting, Target CEO Brian Cornell insisted he wanted their stores to be “welcoming, comfortable and safe,” a gesture that rang hollow when he displayed complete indifference to the safety concerns of millions of customers who don’t agree with the retailer’s controversial bathroom policy. According to World […]

Autism Recovery in ACTION Nourishing Hope & Generation Rescue


Julie Matthews is so excited to be speaking at the Generation Rescue autism conference later this month in Dallas – that’s she’s giving away $700 worth of her educational products to every family in attendance. The Autism Education Summit informs parents and doctors that autism is a physiological condition; that the entire body is affected, […]

An Eventful Week

An eventful week!  And it’s not over. On Tuesday I went to Queens Park, the seat of government for the province of Ontario, where I had lunch with the Speaker, the Hon. Dave Levac.  Mark Tishman, from the Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care joined us as well.  A very moving conversation. For me, it […]

The Many Faces Of Anxiety Aka Order xanax Online.


Most of us make the big mistake of viewing anxiety as a minor concern, one that can be overcome. However, what we fail to realize is that anxiety could be a very serious problem especially due to the fact that it could take very many forms. Phobia, Post traumatic stress disorder and panic disorder are […]

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