Why Are More American Teenagers Than Ever Suffering From Severe Anxiety?

Jake at the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill.  Posted on Oct 15th 2017 at 9:51 pm

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The Science of Taming the Wandering Mind 

Wherever attention goes the rest of the brain follows—in some sense, attention is your brain’s boss. But is it a good boss and can we train it?  

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Quick Tricks To Stop Rumination

 

Are you stuck on an embarrassing comment you made the other day? Or maybe you’re having an imaginary conversation in your head with someone who has been upsetting...

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8 Ways To Show Compassion In Everyday Life

Compassion is a non-judgmental emotion that we practice to ease pain and showgenuine love to one another. Here are 8 ways you can positively impact someone’s day using skills like empathy, patience and understanding.

Be considerate...
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Resensitization: Coming Back to Life after Trauma

By Jeremy McAllister, MA, LPCIHakomi Experiential Psychotherapy Topic Expert Contributor

Trauma dysregulates...

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Interpersonal Mindfulness with Teens

By Britt Rathbone

Interpersonal exchanges can trigger strong emotions. Just as the skills we learn through personal mindfulness practice can help us cope with things that trigger us in...

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Mindfulness-Based Interventions

Mindfulness-based interventions, therapeutic approaches grounded in mindfulness, promote the practice as an important part of good physical and mental health. Mindfulness-based stress reduction, mindfulness-based cognitive therapy (MBCT), dialectal behavior therapy...

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Courage, Vulnerability, and Strength: How Therapy Empowers Us

By Manuel A. Manotas, PsyDMindfulness-Based/Contemplative Approaches Topic Expert Contributor

Psychotherapy can be about more than treating symptoms; it can be a...

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