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Changing Ourselves by Changing the Brain

Changing Ourselves by Changing the Brain

Dec 10, 2015-- Recent scientific breakthroughs show that the brain can be trained to react to life more openly, which could improve both our minds and our relationships. This article discusses neural retraining approaches, from Dr. Daniel Siegel's interpersonal neurobiology to several forms of neurotherapy to the Alexander Technique and the Feldenkrais Method. (24432 reads)


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