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Biomedical Testing Additions At CorePsych

CorePsych The Walsh Team takes biomedical testing to a completely new level through the review of volunteer patients eager to review additional options in the face of years of treatment failure. The post Biomedical Testing Additions At CorePsych appe...
by CorePsychBlog on Oct 26, 2014

There Aren’t Parenting Manuals for This Crap

There are lots of books about raising autistic/ADHD/Asperger’s children. Usually the books are very clinical, describing the disorder and accompanying delays, along with some advice pertaining to toileting, communication, and education. Or the...

Don’t Let Your Child Be Mistakenly Labeled for ADHD

So many conditions can look just like attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) that it causes confusion in the diagnosis. Therefore, it is not surprising that […]...
by How To Learn on Oct 24, 2014

Research: Neurofeedback for ADHD

Neurofeedback for ADHD A well-designed Norwegian study of children with ADHD concluded that neurofeedback is as effective as stimulants. One group of children received 30 sessions of neurofeedback, a second group received methylphenidate (marketed a...
by New York Neurofeedback Blog on Oct 20, 2014

5 Best Behavior Strategies for ADHD

Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) is greatly misunderstood and most people have a very poor impression of children diagnosed with the condition. Largely believed to […]...
by How To Learn on Oct 20, 2014

Toxic Metal Overload Depression – Walsh Biotype

CorePsych Approximately 5% of the 2,800 persons in our depression database exhibited toxic-metal poisoning as their primary chemical imbalance. If not recognized they result in treatment failure. The post Toxic Metal Overload Depression – Walsh...
by CorePsychBlog on Oct 19, 2014

Toxic Metal Overload Depression – Walsh Biotype

CorePsych Approximately 5% of the 2,800 persons in our depression database exhibited toxic-metal poisoning as their primary chemical imbalance. If not recognized they result in treatment failure. The post Toxic Metal Overload Depression – Walsh...
by CorePsychBlog on Oct 19, 2014

FOCUS: Get What You Want with This One Simple Change

Do you hate taking two days to do something you could do in an hour and see no point in wasting your precious time on […]...
by How To Learn on Oct 19, 2014

Channing Tatum Never Considered Himself a Very Smart Person; Talks Childhood ADHD, Dyslexia

Channing Tatum may seem like a lively person taking on the role of a stripper (loosely based on his own life), but the Florida native talks to about his struggles with in ADHD and dyslexia in his childhood.”I have never considered myself a very...
by Beautelicious on Oct 18, 2014

5 Top Tips to Help Anyone with ADHD Get Focused

Dr Meek loves to share his perspectives on learning difficulties and ADHD challenges with anyone of any age. The science: The Reticular Activating System (RAS) […]...
by How To Learn on Oct 13, 2014

Breaking Mental Illness Stigmas & Myths: Parents Can Help

The day of September 27, 2012 started out as an ordinary day for me, but I suppose most people say that before the unthinkable happens. It was a Thursday, and by some miracle I was ahead of my work for the day, so I was going to call it quits a littl...
by Empowering Parents on Oct 9, 2014

The New York Neurofeedback Blog is Five Years Old

I wrote the first post for New York Neurofeedback’s blog in September of 2009. Today’s post is number 179! It’s been a lot of fun writing for the blog. Researching and watching for interesting post topics has been educational for...
by New York Neurofeedback Blog on Oct 6, 2014

Copper Excess and Depression – Walsh Biotypes

CorePsych Copper-overloaded depressives usually report that serotonin-enhancing antidepressants provide improvement in moods, but they worsen anxiety. Estrogen and adrenal imbalances frequently associated. The post Copper Excess and Depression –...
by CorePsychBlog on Oct 4, 2014

Does My Child Need To See A Therapist?

Your seven-year-old son, Justin, is so embarrassing.  He approaches adults and asks personal questions that seem inappropriate.  He seems to have no sense of shame, and little interest in conforming to social norms.  You cringe at the thought of t...
by Empowering Parents on Oct 1, 2014

Keep On Keepin’ On: Music Can Train A Feel-Good Mindset

Imagine your mind uncluttered, happy, and free. For most of us, that’s not a reality. But we used to have a mind like that. At birth, a free-flowing, feel-good mind is as natural to all of us as breathing. Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi, in his seminal bo...
by Blog of Rare Treasures on Sep 29, 2014

What causes Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder – ADHD?

By David Joel Miller What do were really know about who gets ADHD and why? Developmental Psychopathology is the discipline that studies why one person gets a mental illness and another does not. This discipline also looks at how a … Continue re...
by counseolrssoapbox on Sep 29, 2014

Overmethylation and Depression – Walsh Biotypes

CorePsych This brief video on the Walsh overmethylation - folate deficiency depression biotype [2 of 5] - will remind you of the the fact that depression is more than just an appearance of sadness. The post Overmethylation and Depression – Wals...
by CorePsychBlog on Sep 27, 2014

How many kinds of attention are there?

By David Joel Miller You need more than one kind of paying attention skill One kind of paying attention skill is not enough. From the first day of life you had to pay attention. As you grew and developed you … Continue reading →...
by counseolrssoapbox on Sep 22, 2014

TotallyADD, Rick Green, Parker & Galileo

CorePsych I'm very pleased to announce to CorePsych readers that I've been invited by Rick Green, as a 3 Episode Webinar Guest on his webinar site TotallyADD - coming soon in October. Topics: Why, How and What on the multiple issues swirling in the m...
by CorePsychBlog on Sep 21, 2014

Journeys Through Yoga Nidra

Regions of the brain affected by PTSD and stress. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)I have just put aside neurofeedback for a little while as it has led me to looking more at my psyche rather  than strictly neurological problems such as attention.  ...
by Journey Through The Cortex on Sep 18, 2014


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