‘Tis The Season for Snuggles: The Psychology of Cuffing Season

[♪ INTRO] It’s chilly out, which means it’s time to cuddle! No, I mean it. We’re in the thick of what’s known as cuffing season. It’s the time of year when we’re more likely to want to settle down with a romantic partner …at least for a little while. It runs from approximately October through February for those of us […]

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Using the Mental Capacity Act

Making everyday decisions about our own lives is something most of us take for granted where I’m going what I want to do spending money or just looking after myself But what happens if there’s a time when we find it more difficult to make decisions or if people think we can’t make them what happens then? This is what […]

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Drug Testing Catches Shocking Number Welfare Recipients

Utah instituted a new policy up welfare drug testing recently and we now have data on exactly how the first year that went so in the period between August 2012 in July 2013 they did a number of tests actually we’re talking specifically hear about applicants to the Temporary Assistance for Needy Families program what are the welfare programs available […]

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Learn to Meditate: Part 2 – The Attention

when we’re meditating we are trying to concentrate upon God now we can concentrate upon anything but that particular type of concentration that is placed upon God that we call meditation and if we stop and think about God well all the Scriptures tell us God is omnipresent God is everywhere so where do we concentrate then but as he […]

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Can These Psychology Strategies Prevent Bullying?

[ ♪INTRO ] Getting picked on in school… well, it’s terrible. And when you have to go to the same school every day, facing the same bullies, things can start to feel bleak or even hopeless. This is something parents and teachers worry about, too. After all, if your student comes to you saying they’re being harassed by their classmates, […]

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Projection (Understanding the Psychology of Projecting) – Teal Swan –

Hello there. If you’re watching this video chances are you’ve heard of rejection, you’ve been in that scenario were you’re looking at someone who is upset at you’re thinking isn’t that just the pot calling the kettle black or you’ve been in that situation were someone looks at you and says you’re just projecting. The thing is most of us […]

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Bessel van der Kolk on Effective Trauma Treatment with EMDR

It’s important to think about the nature of trauma, and trauma is not some unpleasant thing that happens to people. Unpleasant things happen all the time, and we’re actually quite well equipped to deal with unpleasant things. Trauma is something horrendous, something that makes you stare with horror. Trauma is about horror. Something that you stare in the face, and […]

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What happens in your brain when you pay attention? | Mehdi Ordikhani-Seyedlar

Paying close attention to something: Not that easy, is it? It’s because our attention is pulled in so many different directions at a time, and it’s in fact pretty impressive if you can stay focused. Many people think that attention is all about what we are focusing on, but it’s also about what information our brain is trying to filter […]

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The Neurobiological Impact of Psychological Trauma: The HPA Axis, Anxiety and Depression

this episode was pre-recorded as part of a live continuing education webinar on demand CEUs are still available for this presentation through all CEUs register at allCEUs.com/counselor toolbox I’d like to welcome everybody to today’s presentation on the neurobiological impact of psychological trauma and the HPA axis or our threat response system now what we’re talking about is not necessarily […]

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