Posts Tagged ‘traumatic brain injury’

095 Trauma Resilience and Recovery – Powers

trauma resilience, recovery, trauma, self management,
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Resilience is an important aspect of recovery from trauma. In this episode, Dr. Powers address how and why it’s so relevant for recovery from a victim to a survivor perspective.

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083 Fibromyalgia Migraines and Mind – Greenberg

fibromyalgia, migraine, NET, NEAT, EMDR, kinesiology
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Fibromyalgia Pain Matters: Fresh Connections Between Mind & Body – Think you’re traveling outside of the box? Prepare for a deeper dive from Dr. Greenberg.

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062 Audio Visual Entrainment David Siever

audio visual entrainment, traumatic brain injury, ptsd, combat stress, adhd, DAI, TBI, PTS
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Audio Visual Entrainment is capable of producing situationally appropriate brain wave frequencies through the process of entrainment, the tendency of physiological processes to mirror environmental stimuli.

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058 SPECT Brain Evidence Dr Joseph Annibali

SPECT, temporal lobe, brain imaging,
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SPECT Brain Evidence – Measured Functional Challenges  I realized that practicing psychoanalysis and psychotherapy without having a firm grasp of how the brain works significantly interfered with my ability to help patients. ~ Joseph Annibali Dr. Annibali’s Bio He serves as Chief Psychiatrist, Amen Clinics, Washington, DC. A psychiatrist, brain imaging expert, trained psychoanalyst, and…

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046 Music Heals – Alex Doman

music heals, traumatic brain, autism, childhood, listening, tinnitus,
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How music heals: Your brain has a natural ability to physically change itself by creating new pathways and connections in response to your experiences – this is called neuroplasticity.

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