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Dr. Gary Small, a leading psychiatrist, has seen it all and shares stories of his most outlandish patients. From the naked lady who stood on her head to the man with the shrinking penis. Semel is director of the UCLA Center on Aging at the Semel Institute for Neuroscience & Human Behavior
16 Jan 2012
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Dr. Gary Small, a leading psychiatrist, has seen it all and shares stories of his most bizarre patients. From the naked lady who stood on her head to the man with the shrinking penis.... He is author of, "The Naked Lady Who Stood on Her Head." He is director of the UCLA Center on Aging at the Semel Institute for Neuroscience & Human Behavior.
23 Jan 2012
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Mary John is a DHA registered, licensed Clinical Psychologist in Dubai UAE.She has a Masters in Abnormal Psychology and M.Phil in Clinical Psychology. She is practicising psychothterapy in Dubai UAE and has also worked as a doctoral student in the prestigious National Institute of Mental Health and Neurosciences. She has a vast clinical knowledge in organisational setting, having worked as head of business psychology in Emirates Airline.She is a member of the American Psychological Association.She is a leading clinical psychologist in Dubali,UAE doing mental health counselling and clinical psychology programs in Dubai.
5 Jul 2012
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Dr. James D. Sterling began private practice soon after obtaining his Doctor of Philosophy in psychology from the University of Chicago. Today, through his New York Center for Psychotherapy, Dr. James D. Sterling is able to leverage the many relationships he has been fortunate to make through the years in order to increase care for his clients. In addition to being a respected family and marital therapist, Dr. James D. Sterling serves as an Assistant Clinical Professor at Mount Sinai Medical Center. Recently, Dr. James D. Sterling spoke with Interviewing Experts Blog about the other specialists he works with to provide the highest quality care for New York residents who need it. Interviewing Experts: You’ve been on the faculty at Mt. Sinai for a while. Tell us about your position there. Dr. James D. Sterling: I’ve been an Assistant Clinical Professor in the Department of Psychiatry at Mount Sinai since 2000 before that I was a clinical instructor in the same department. Prior to that, I was a clinical instructor at Metropolitan Hospital in New York in the Department of Psychiatry. Interviewing Experts: How has this enhanced your practice? Dr. James D. Sterling: In part, my work as a clinical instructor helps me educate others, but I find I actually learn from my students as well. And it also helps me to be able to make connections that help my clients. In addition regular weekly meetings with faculty lead by Dr. Hillel Swiller provided the opportunity a stimulating opportunity to exchange ideas with other professionals. Interviewing Experts: Because of this, you have connections at Mount Sinai. How does this help you serve your clients better? Dr. James D. Sterling: Mount Sinai has one of the outstanding psychiatry departments in the country, with revolutionary research into emotional and mental disorders and autism. Having access to the excellent specialists at Mount Sinai allows me to refer patients who need extremely specialized care. Interviewing Experts: We often send clients to physicians in particular medical specialties at New York Cornell Medical Center like Dr. David Blumenthal in Cardiology and Dr. Frank Petito in neurology and Patrick O’Leary in Orthopedics and Edward Muecke in urology to get the specialized care they need. Interviewing Experts: You also have connections at NYU. Can you tell us a little about how those connections help your practice? Dr. James D. Sterling: NYU’s Langone Medical Center has a focus on addiction, brain aging, schizophrenia, trauma, and obesity. This emphasis gives the center a specialty that comes in useful when we have a client who needs assistance in this particular area. Interviewing Experts: The hospital also does extensive neuroscience research… Dr. James D. Sterling: Yes. NYU has the Center for Neural Science, which delves into the relationship between the brain’s physiological makeup and a variety of psychological issues. Interviewing Experts: What are some of your other connections in New York? Dr. James D. Sterling: Columbia University is another valuable referral source for the New York Center for Psychotherapy. Interviewing Experts: And I know that Columbia is known for its innovative research, as well. Dr. James D. Sterling: Absolutely! Columbia Psychiatry has a large faculty that includes some of the premier neuroscientists of our time. Interviewing Experts: Columbia has a large psychiatric hospital, doesn’t it? Dr. James D. Sterling: Yes, and one of the many features at Columbia University is a child psychiatric clinic. This is a newly renovated clinic, with doctors specializing in child psychiatry. Interviewing Experts: Since New York Center for Psychotherapy specializes in family and marital care, do you find you often refer clients? Dr. James D. Sterling: Yes often. While we work with our clients to improve communication and intimacy in relationships, sometimes there are issues that impact the individuals in a relationship. Dr. James D. Sterling practices at the New York Center for Psychotherapy on Park Avenue in New York, where he serves as Director.
30 Dec 2012
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*******www.inventium****.au The thing that makes us quite different from other consultancies is that everything we preach, teach and do is underpinned by one common thing: science. We are a bunch of science geeks and spend our days and nights reading the latest research to come out of organisational psychology, cognitive science, neuroscience and other disciplines to understand what has actually been proven to drive better and more profitable results through innovation. We then translate these findings into practical tools and strategies that we teach to, and use with, our clients.
15 Mar 2013
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*******www.inventium****.au The thing that makes us quite different from other consultancies is that everything we preach, teach and do is underpinned by one common thing: science. We are a bunch of science geeks and spend our days and nights reading the latest research to come out of organisational psychology, cognitive science, neuroscience and other disciplines to understand what has actually been proven to drive better and more profitable results through innovation. We then translate these findings into practical tools and strategies that we teach to, and use with, our clients.
15 Mar 2013
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There has been a resurgence of interest in ‘character’ and how it is formed. Character traditionally was seen as a matter of possessing virtues such as courage and wisdom. Today it is often defined in terms of ‘capabilities’ like resilience, optimism, stoicism, altruism, emotional regulation and so on. Nevertheless, sceptics argue none of these can be taught, but are the outcome of moral choices, life experience, or are simply ‘virtues’. Yet, many are turning to positive psychology and neuroscience for more robust evidence about how to develop character in schools. Should society even be in the business of assessing us as individuals, analysing what character deficiencies we might have? Are schools teaching character in fact practising indoctrination? Or is trying to assist the formation of our character with the latest science no more problematic than toning our muscles in the gym – the equivalent of a moral workout? Filmed at the Battle of Ideas festival this debate warms things up.
18 Jun 2013
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*******www.inventium****.au The thing that makes us quite different from other consultancies is that everything we preach, teach and do is underpinned by one common thing: science. We are a bunch of science geeks and spend our days and nights reading the latest research to come out of organisational psychology, cognitive science, neuroscience and other disciplines to understand what has actually been proven to drive better and more profitable results through innovation. We then translate these findings into practical tools and strategies that we teach to, and use with, our clients.
21 Jun 2013
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*******www.inventium****.au The thing that makes us quite different from other consultancies is that everything we preach, teach and do is underpinned by one common thing: science. We are a bunch of science geeks and spend our days and nights reading the latest research to come out of organisational psychology, cognitive science, neuroscience and other disciplines to understand what has actually been proven to drive better and more profitable results through innovation. We then translate these findings into practical tools and strategies that we teach to, and use with, our clients.
21 Jun 2013
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*******www.inventium****.au The thing that makes us quite different from other consultancies is that everything we preach, teach and do is underpinned by one common thing: science. We are a bunch of science geeks and spend our days and nights reading the latest research to come out of organisational psychology, cognitive science, neuroscience and other disciplines to understand what has actually been proven to drive better and more profitable results through innovation. We then translate these findings into practical tools and strategies that we teach to, and use with, our clients.
21 Jun 2013
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A doctor in neuroscience, Joël Monzée is author, speaker and trainer in child and family development. It provides training for CPE and school staff as well as parents and grandparents.
12 Jul 2017
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About Tim Hanni: Tim Hanni, one of the first two Americans to earn the title of Master of Wine. A professionally trained chef, an international consultant to the wine industry, Hanni is the author of “Why You Like the Wines You Like; Changing the way the world thinks about wine.” This paradigm-changing book focuses on expanding wine enjoyment by understanding the factors that influence personal wine preferences while eliminating counter-productive myths and misinformation. The Wine and Spirits Education Trust in London has recently adopted, and now teaches, his principles of Flavor Balancing and pairing wines to the diner, not the dinner. Hailed by the Wall Street Journal as “The Wine Anti-Snob,” Tim is an innovator, researcher, renegade and a relentless crusader against wine snobbery. At the heart of this crusade is a quest to find the fundamental elements that shape our taste preferences, and to understand, embrace, and cultivate the interest of all wine consumers, not just a select few. Hanni continues to research on understanding the physiology and neuroscience that determine consumer beverage preferences and buying behavior, engineered in cooperation with noted Cornell University researcher Dr. Virginia Utermohlen, MD. His mission is to eliminate wine myths and misunderstandings so all wine consumers have a stronger voice and easier means to enjoy the wines they love. About the IBWSS Conference: At the IBWSS Conference, you can learn from some of the most influential professionals in the beverage industry. These presentations from industry leaders on today’s preeminent ideas on marketing, sales and distribution will challenge and inspire you to grow your bulk wine, bulk spirits, and private labeling business. The conference will have TED-Style talks where speakers will give you insights into the strategies and standards that the industry’s top thinkers are using to shape the marketplace around you.
28 Aug 2017
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Take the first step towards success using neuroscience. Buy the Prism Brain Mapping inventory now and unlock the secret to improve performance.
15 Feb 2018
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GIRL STOP APOLOGIZING - RACHEL HOLLIS FULL BOOK REVIEW // I loved Girl Wash Your Face, so I just HAD to grab Rachel Hollis' next book: Girl Stop Apologizing. Whether you're thinking of grabbing the hard copy or the audiobook, I'll tell you exactly what I think about this new release in this book review! ************************************************** Denise Walsh is a Christian life coach who has helped over a million people find their purpose and fulfill their God-given destiny. She started her career by working with families at a local mental health agency as a clinical psychologist, and has continued on to use her talents with It Works Global to build a large team of motivated, positive, and enthusiastic business owners. Her impact as a leader in the direct selling industry as a top income earner with It Works has given her a unique insight on what drives people to action. As a certified trainer with Jack Canfield, an elite coach with the John Maxwell Team, and the author of the Amazon best-seller, Retire Your Husband, Denise knows how to tap into a person's ultimate potential and find their greatness. In her new workbook, Dream Life, she's tapping into a combination of cutting-edge neuroscience, Biblical principles, and captivating real-world stories, to help take you from rut to revival. #BookReview #RachelHollis #GirlStopApologizing #DreamLife
28 Feb 2019
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Flux Congress aims to advance the understanding of human brain development by serving as a forum for professional and student scientists, physicians, and educators to exchange information and educate the next generation of developmental cognitive neuroscience researchers.
21 Aug 2019
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A colloid cyst treatment is a cyst containing gelatinous material in the brain. It is almost always found just posterior to the foramen of Monro in the anterior aspect of the third ventricle, originating from the roof of the ventricle. David W Newell, MD Seattle Neuroscience Institute has more than 25 years of experience treating a variety of neurosurgical disorders of the brain and spine, including conditions which affect the skull, spine and peripheral nerves. He has special expertise in treating conditions affecting the blood vessels in the neck and brain. Address:- 1370 116th Avenue NE, Suite 105, Bellevue, WA 98004 Phone:- (206) 661-6100
5 Sep 2019
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