Training Techniques: A Closer Look Attention bias modification training (ABMT) is a relatively new approach that helps people regulate their anxiety levels by training the brain to avoid focusing on anxiety- inducing objects or circumstances Everyone has his or her … Continue reading →
One of the benefits of the Still Faces work is that it so graphically makes a useful point; the years from birth to age 5 are tremendously important for what the child learns over time about how safe or unsafe s/he is and who … Continue reading →
Occurring during childhood, the most formative period in a person’s life, ACEs are traumatic experiences that have a profound impact on a child’s developing brain and body with lasting impacts on a person’s health and livelihood throughout their lifetime.
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The story that Jane Ellen Stevens reveals in the narrative featured below reads like a detective thriller. How did the two Doctors solve a problem so much bigger than what they set out to study? When I found her ‘story … Continue reading →
Wounded Places A sell out audience of 650 people filled The Grand Lake Theater’s largest Auditorium in Oakland for the world premier of the documentary Wounded Places in late April 2015. At the end of the showing the crowd gave … Continue reading →
Wounded Places The world premier’ of ‘Wounded Places’ is happening Oakland on Wednesday March 29th 2015. The 650 seats are already sold out, but you can click through to a long preview of the movie toward the bottom of this … Continue reading →
Click below and hold onto your chair. http://go.ted.com/5MC Dr Nadine Burke-Harris will launch you into the world of Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) and the resulting neurochemical changes that affect the development of children’s brain structure. Along the way you’ll understand … Continue reading →