Increasingly, research using MRI shows that brains addicted to substances like heroin or cocaine look frighteningly similar to brains addicted to technology.
Research shows that ADHD looks much different in girls than in boys. So much so, that 50-75% of girls miss out on being diagnosed. And, on average, girls are diagnosed about five years later than boys.
By Dr. Julie Caplan Have you ever found yourself needing to accomplish something, yet you have zero motivation even to begin? You’re not alone! The reason behind why we’re being asked to do something can be any number of things. From the shorter-term – we need to get out of bed and go to workContinue reading “Do You Have the Spoons?”
By Dr. Allison Kawa In an ideal world, all of us would go through life feeling safe and secure because nothing too bad has ever happened to us. Sure, a bit of adversity and challenge is needed in order to develop grit, but sometimes, events or circumstances in our lives are so profound that they literally changeContinue reading “Living in the Danger Zone: How Trauma Can Reorganize Your Brain”
The complexities of how video games impact the brain are superimposed onto the individual differences inherent in the players..
Research shows that living in gratitude can promote one’s emotional well-being, with a wealth of positive benefits…