Sep 7, 2018
So the September issue of The Neuropsychotherapist is
out and we have some great content for you including:
- Part 1 of The
Neurodevelopmental Impact of Stress, Adversity, and Trauma:
Implications for Social Work by Janet R. Shapiro and Jeffrey
S. Applegate. These authors ask the question "How does exposure to
early adversity and stress precipitate neurodevelopmental changes
that, in turn, are associated with increased risk behaviors and
poor health outcomes? "
- Quantum Physics and the
Science of Psychotherapy: Cosmic Consciousness, Stress, and
Therapeutic Cognition by Ernest L. Rossi and Kathryn L. Rossi.
In this article, the first in a series that the Rossi’s are writing
especially for The Neuropsychotherapist, they review the
evolving perspectives of subatomic particle physics, math, biology,
and psychology that we have witnessed over the past century, as
they seek to create a new integrated quantum field theory of
cosmos, life, stress, and creating a new consciousness.
- Aware: The Science and
Practice of Presence by Daniel J. Siegel. In this article of
the same name as his new book, explores a number of foundational
concepts inspired by weaving together a wide range of disciplines
that reveals how the way we develop three aspects of our mental
lives—attention, intention, and awareness—actually changes the
anatomic, biochemical, and physiological components of bodily
health, mental flourishing, and relational well-being.
- Our Spotlight article this month
features Roger Keizerstein, who is a child
psychotherapist and a certified clinical trauma professional in
private practice in New York for 35 years. His stories and essays
have appeared in Newsday, The New York Times, The Southampton Press
and Listen Magazine. He lectures on trauma and post-traumatic
stress throughout the New York Metropolitan area.
- And we have a rather special
book review by Tom Barber as he let's us know his thoughts about
the recent Hill and Rossi book The Practitioner’s Guide to
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