An important task of the human central nervous system is to link sensory information to appropriate response. This is the defining characteristic of adaptive behaviour in humans. Such adaptability is presumed to be mediated by working memory systems that process and respond to detected stimuli according to experience, needs, context and intention, and underpins the capacity to realize goals and plans. The neurobiological basis of this system has been studied intensively over the last twenty years, with significant knowledge now accrued in relation to both health and disease. This paper will discuss aspects of the development of working memory
One of the most difficult situations facing psychotherapists is the patient with chronic and persistent suicidal thoughts. The level of suffering the patient experiences, and the anxiety the therapist
Research on trauma brought on by the disappearance of a child is rare. The aim of our study was to increase understanding of uncertainty's role in the lives of those it affects, to present a narrative structure of the parents' testimonies, and to discern the origin of hope still felt by the parents. Sampling and Methods: Close reading and qualitative analysis of 29 testimonies given by parents whose sons disappeared during the Croatian War for Independence. Gender differences, categories, and frequencies of adjectives used were determined.
This eight parts seminar examines the use of Brain-Based Therapy to enhance outcomes with people who have been traumatised. It explores a new way of looking at the therapeutic process enabling you to