NEWS & TIPS
Emotionally Focused Therapy (EFT) changes how the brain perceives and responds to threat. A recently published study (2013) dramatically illustrates how EFT couples therapy that teaches people to bond securely builds the pathway for loving contact that soothes the brain and calms our perception of danger. It is strong evidence of how our mammalian brain is wired to use another intelligence — loving contact — to manage the fears and pains of daily life. The fMRI component of the study showed that EFT changes the way contact with a partner mediates the effect of threat on the brain.
A CASE FOR FAITH
Tim Clinton, Ed.D., and Eric Scalise, Ph.D
Why is faith so important to our grow?
SIGNS THAT YOU MAY HAVE DEPRESSION OR ANXIETY
It is very common to experience depression and anxiety together, and you might have some symptoms of both. To help you find out if you are experiencing depression or anxiety take this self-test provided by depression.org
What is Depression by Helen M. Farrell