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Twitter / SACHERO07: women have learned to decipher ...

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women have learned to decipher male psychology http://t.co/iB4Rm9iW6K
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Online Mindfulness Therapy for Anxiety

http://www.counselingtherapyonline.com Online Mindfulness Therapy via Skype is a convenient and very popular world-wide service provided by US psychotherapis...
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The 12 Ties that Bind Long-Term Relationships | Williamsburg ...

The 12 Ties that Bind Long-Term Relationships | Williamsburg ... | Therapy | Scoop.it
What are the secrets to a healthy and lasting relationship. This article describes 12 things researchers have identified help us stay together, such as enjoying new things together and focusing on your partner's positive traits.

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Brenda Elliott's curator insight, April 6, 2013 8:52 AM

I agree with some of the things-but boarderline creepy on others- "posessiveness', always knowing where your spouse is"-for some. red flags.

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The State Of Social Sharing In 2013 [INFOGRAPHIC]

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The State Of Social Sharing In 2013 [INFOGRAPHIC]

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Carl Jung Depth Psychology: The knowledge of death came to me that night...

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An easy recipe to share your Scoop.it newsletter with Twitter and Facebook

An easy recipe to share your Scoop.it newsletter with Twitter and Facebook | Therapy | Scoop.it
I’ve been listening to all the feedback from our awesome community about our newest service offering, the MailChimp Newsletter integration feature, and have been hearing that many people would like the option of sharing the newsletter with their...
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Great idea, all it took was adding a page to the blog I created yesterday. I believe it will always be a work in progress. It will defenetely come in handy for those with an established following and for those that want to create a following. All of you  will be able to expand your following if you are alrady using social media or maybe now it's the right time to do it. Go ahead and scoop.it ! If you don't think you can do it ask one of your kids. 

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Opinion: Clubs, drugs and our mental health - So So Gay

Opinion: Clubs, drugs and our mental health - So So Gay | Therapy | Scoop.it
Anthony Lorenzo argues that one of the biggest threats to our mental health, is the gay scene's club and drug culture. Is he right?
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Primary Source PHC 140+

Primary Source PHC 140+ | Therapy | Scoop.it
RT @AMLAlliance_CEO: Read all about CNWQ ML’s family mental health support in latest edition of PHC 140+ http://t.co/wYwdhhzjPx
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Frontiers in Developmental Psychology | Research Topics

Frontiers in Developmental Psychology | Research Topics | Therapy | Scoop.it
Frontiers in Developmental Psychology | Research Topics publishes articles on the most outstanding discoveries across the research spectrum of Developmental Psychology | Research Topics.
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HealthKeep Social Network Catalogues Your Medical Records

HealthKeep Social Network Catalogues Your Medical Records | Therapy | Scoop.it
HealthKeep, a health-based social network, is looking to help people organize their patient history with a timeline of symptoms, medications and conditions.

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Everett Hudson's curator insight, April 2, 2013 7:40 AM

This is very interesting and timely as people are becoming more proactive when it comes to health concerns.

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Curve Appeal: Do Men Know Something About Women's Bodies ...

Curve Appeal: Do Men Know Something About Women's Bodies ... | Therapy | Scoop.it
The article, published in Psychology Today, is titled “Ahead of the Curves” and the brilliant tagline? “Men know something vital about women's body shapes that women don't. Plus: How big hips make wise women.” ...
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It' a body of knowledge ill keep to myself.
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Taking the Mystery out of Hypnosis

I’ve compiled and addressed some of my favorite hypnosis myths to help clarify exactly what hypnosis is, and more to point, what it is not.
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Mystery, it's not magic!
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The Dropbox Psychology: Improving Your Marketing Videos with Memory In Mind | Business.com Blog

The Dropbox Psychology: Improving Your Marketing Videos with Memory In Mind | Business.com Blog | Therapy | Scoop.it
Yet, in a simple video, Dropbox explained its product and made it such an obvious solution to a problem no one realized they had. Of course you need access to your files on any of your devices whenever you wanted.
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Mental health victims need help not jail | Health | News | Daily Express

Mental health victims need help not jail | Health | News | Daily Express | Therapy | Scoop.it
ENGLAND and Wales should learn from Scotland and give police greater powers to intervene when people are suffering mental health crises at home or in another private property. (Surprise, surprise: police want more powers.
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Video Game Therapy Used To Help Treat Kids With Chronic Pain

Video Game Therapy Used To Help Treat Kids With Chronic Pain | Therapy | Scoop.it

The Children’s National Medical Center in Washington D.C. opened a new pain care complex this week which was built to introduce video games as a way to help young patients eliminate chronic pain. The games are specially designed and combined with Microsoft’s Kinect to help young patients improve their health without realizing it as games ask them to paint, play and exercise while doctors are on hand to analyze their range of motion.


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Josué Cardona's curator insight, April 6, 2013 3:34 PM

Check out the video in the link. It shows how kids are using the intereactive programs and gives a glimpse of the potential of  what this new complex can achieve. The "pod beds" also look very interesting.

Céline Merchiers's curator insight, May 20, 2013 6:12 PM

This article shows an interesting combination of the hospitals services combined with the use of a special video game in a new pain care complex. This video game is specially designed and combined with Microsoft's Kinect to help young patients improve their health without realizing it while playing the game. The use of ICT in this case gives the patient the opportunity to perform a better range of motion and feeling a greater distraction from their pain.

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Video Game Therapy Used To Help Treat Kids With Chronic Pain

Video Game Therapy Used To Help Treat Kids With Chronic Pain | Therapy | Scoop.it

The Children’s National Medical Center in Washington D.C. opened a new pain care complex this week which was built to introduce video games as a way to help young patients eliminate chronic pain. The games are specially designed and combined with Microsoft’s Kinect to help young patients improve their health without realizing it as games ask them to paint, play and exercise while doctors are on hand to analyze their range of motion.


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Josué Cardona's curator insight, April 6, 2013 3:34 PM

Check out the video in the link. It shows how kids are using the intereactive programs and gives a glimpse of the potential of  what this new complex can achieve. The "pod beds" also look very interesting.

Céline Merchiers's curator insight, May 20, 2013 6:12 PM

This article shows an interesting combination of the hospitals services combined with the use of a special video game in a new pain care complex. This video game is specially designed and combined with Microsoft's Kinect to help young patients improve their health without realizing it while playing the game. The use of ICT in this case gives the patient the opportunity to perform a better range of motion and feeling a greater distraction from their pain.

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Memories Exist Even When Forgotten, Study Suggests

Memories Exist Even When Forgotten, Study Suggests | Therapy | Scoop.it
A woman looks familiar, but you can't remember her name or where you met her. New research suggests the memory exists -- you simply can't retrieve it.

Using advanced brain imaging techniques, the scientists discovered that a person's brain activity while remembering an event is very similar to when it was first experienced, even if specifics can't be recalled.

 

Read more at: http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2009/09/090909122100.htm


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Why money won't buy you happiness

Why money won't buy you happiness | Therapy | Scoop.it
Here's my column for BBC Future from last week. It was originally titled 'Why money can't buy you happiness', but I've just realised that it would be more appropriately titled if I used a "won't" r...

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Sandeep Gautam's curator insight, April 7, 2013 7:14 AM

more money may mean more success in the eyes of others; but not necessarily lead to feelings of happiness, meaning or satisfaction/ integrity!

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Opinion: Clubs, drugs and our mental health - So So Gay

Opinion: Clubs, drugs and our mental health - So So Gay | Therapy | Scoop.it
Anthony Lorenzo argues that one of the biggest threats to our mental health, is the gay scene's club and drug culture. Is he right?
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JP Morgan and Heuristics – Lessons from the Whale

JP Morgan and Heuristics – Lessons from the Whale | Therapy | Scoop.it
JP Morgan's decisions in handling the London Whale incident can be traced to a series of cognitive biases and limitations, writes Andrew Waxman, who analyzes bank executives' responses based on the work of psychologist Daniel Kahneman.
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MORE GOOD NEWS!... | Facebook

MORE GOOD NEWS!... | Facebook | Therapy | Scoop.it
Tennessee Equality Project wrote: MORE GOOD NEWS! SB514 / HB1185, the... Join Facebook to connect with Tennessee Equality Project and others you may know. (MORE GOOD NEWS!
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Gravity Don't Mean Too Much To Me • psych-quotes: For more psychology quotes here

Gravity Don't Mean Too Much To Me • psych-quotes: For more psychology quotes here | Therapy | Scoop.it
psych-quotes: For more psychology quotes here (via psych-facts) (Photo: psych-quotes: For more psychology quotes here http://t.co/vHpPs3Cayb)...
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The scourge of meeting late-comers

The scourge of meeting late-comers | Therapy | Scoop.it
How do you define lateness? RT @farnamstreet: The psychology behind being late to meetings http://t.co/4BWwj1BD8e
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If you are not 5 minutes early for work, your already late. For a date take your time, while the ball game it's on.
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Looking for Evidence That Therapy Works - New York Times (blog)

Looking for Evidence That Therapy Works - New York Times (blog) | Therapy | Scoop.it
New York Times (blog) Looking for Evidence That Therapy Works New York Times (blog) Mental-health care has come a long way since the remedy of choice was trepanation — drilling holes into the skull to release “evil spirits.” Over the last 30 years,...
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It will only get better or worst with #DSM-5, whatever your perspective.
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Feds Omit ABA Therapy From New Insurance Requirements - Disability Scoop

Feds Omit ABA Therapy From New Insurance Requirements - Disability Scoop | Therapy | Scoop.it
Despite a heavy lobbying effort, the Obama administration declined to include autism therapy in final rules this week defining what must be covered by insurers under health care reform.
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Not the meaning of Obamacare
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