Fibromyalgia Information Neurofeedback

Fibromyalgia Information (Part 1)

Fibromyalgia Information: Part 1 Most common health conditions are easily cured, such as visiting this Dentist Newmarket if you have toothache, but others can be far more challenging. Fibromyalgia, a complex and often confusing disorder, does not immediately come to mind when thinking about electrostimulation of the brain. Actually, most people have been using treatment…

Autism Spectrum Disorder

Autism Updates in Six Important Areas

Autism Spectrum Disorder Updates in 6 Areas Recent years have seen some real progress in key areas of research on autism spectrum disorder (ASD): from possible genetic causes, to effective treatments for common symptoms and clinical problems, to promoting success for young people with ASD entering college. Updates on these and other advances in ASD…

Anxiety Depression Symptoms

Anxiety, Depression, or Both?

Anxiety, Depression Symptoms, or Both? They Occur Together up to 50% of the Time Some material in this blog is from E. Hendriksen, PhD, Savvy Psychologist September 25, 2015 Anxiety and depression are often seen together. Like two surly friends, they seem to hang out together because no one else wants to. If you struggle…

Misunderstanding Adult ADHD

Misunderstanding Adult ADHD

Misunderstanding Adult ADHD-It’s Not Just for Kids Anymore Some of what I write about concerning adult ADHD comes from an article in Psychiatric Times. “Adult ADHD: A Review of the Clinical Presentation, Challenges, and Treatment Option” by Jennifer Reinhold, PharmD, BCPS, BCPP. We typically think of attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) as a childhood problem,…

Post Traumatic Stress Disorder PTSD Myths

PTSD Myths & Realities

11 PTSD Myths. 11 PTSD Realities. PTSD Myth #1 The Reality It is now clear that domestic and repeated events that happen over time can also cause PTSD. For example, years of child abuse can cause PTSD as well being raped or witnessing a natural disaster. The actual event is less important than the fear…

Brain and Free Will

The Brain and Free Will

The Brain, Free Will & Eastern Philosophy This is not a typical blog for me because it is not clinical; the focus is not on diagnosis or treatment. But it’s still about the brain and a topic I’ve been interested in for years—free will. In this blog we’ll start with the brain, move on to…