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  • You may have patients who struggle with different types of attention. One that proves difficult for many people is maintaining sustained attention. In

  • Social media has become more popular than ever. Many kids are frequently online, which worries some parents, teachers, and clinicians. You may wonder,

  • During the winter months, many people experience Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD). This is a mood condition similar to Depression, but it specificall

  • Many of us look to achieve specific goals with the idea that achievement will make us happy. However, data tells us a different story. Many experts in

  • If you work with children or have children of your own, you’re probably very familiar with pretend play. This refers to any play where children adopt

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  • Stress can sometimes feel productive, like when you’re worried about an assignment so you work hard on it to make sure you do a great job. However, st

  • Neuroplasticity is the brain’s ability to modify connections and change its activity in response to stimuli, basically “re-wiring” itself. So, what do

  • Clinicians may want to work with clients on setting cognitive goals - these could be anything from feeling happier, to improving their attention or me

  • Have you ever wondered why we can feel exhausted after a day of working our brains, even if we haven’t physically exerted ourselves at all? After a ha

  • During the winter, many people suffer from colds and the symptoms that come with them: congestion, coughing, and body aches. While many people feel ph

  • The brain has its own unique way of responding to a surprising event or situation. When the brain wants you to pay attention to something, it will mak

  • Learning how to deal with stress is an integral part of everyday life. Stress occurs at all stages of life and can come in several forms. During the d

  • Many survivors of traumatic brain injuries (TBI) often deal with feelings of anger and irritability after their injury. For some, these feelings of an


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