Category: News & Updates

Child bullying victims still suffering at 50, study finds

If you think every child moves past the trauma caused by childhood bullying, think again. A recent study released from King’s College London shows that the effects felt from childhood bullying can be felt long into adulthood. To read the full article,

Spring Break Travel with Children: Beating the Stress

Are you and your family planning a vacation over spring-break or perhaps sometime this summer? In this article, Dr. Lisa Gordon, PhD, from the Family Institute at Northwest University shares her insights about how to make your next family vacation as

The Rise of Superhero Therapy: Comic Books as Psychological Treatment

What is Biofeedback & Neurofeedback Lecture – Mcgill University 2011

Have you ever wondered about the science behind biofeedback? Check out this lecture that was given to electrical engineering students at Mcgill University.

Biofeedback as Mainstream Therapeutic Modality

Biofeedback is quickly moving from what may have been seen as an “alternative” medicine to a mainstream therapeutic modality. This article from depicts many of the mind/body interactions that can be seen through the use of biofeedback. Biofeedback is

Beneath the Sensors

The metamorphosis of an egg into a caterpillar, to a cocoon, to a butterfly is an awesome phenomenon because it is relatively rapid; maturity is achieved in a few weeks and it can proceed full circle in complete view of

Finding the “state of ease”

Do you ever feel more at ease when you take a deep breath? Check out this article for more information about how breathing techniques are not only relaxing, but can help us refocus and improve our problem solving capabilities. In

Tapping Into Posttraumatic Growth and Resiliency Following Disaster

 LPCANC  Region 3 Workshop    March 11, 2011   Time and Location to be announced  Sandra Wartski, Psy.D. received her undergraduate degree from the University of Rochester in New York. She received her doctorate in Clinical Psychology from Widener University in 1993. 

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Chronic Pain

Very interesting White Paper as presented by Richard Sherman PhD For more information see Behavioral Medicine Foundation White Paper; Reprint permission by Richard Sherman PhD 2006