– [Rhonda]: But we were talking a little bit like off camera, about some of the, you know, you were talking about these, some societies, that were doing these running long term, running as a sort of possible treatment for depression, or? – [Charles]: Well, not treatment for depression, these… Continue Reading Ancient practices as a treatment for depression: fasting, sweat lodges & long-distance running

– [Rhonda]: Right now I would say that if a person was depressed or anxious, if it hasn’t sort of life event that may be induced that, a divorce or something like that, they go and see a psychiatrist and they get prescribed… – [Charles]: A medicine. – [Rhonda]: A… Continue Reading Will lifestyle interventions be accepted as alternative treatments for depression? | Charles Raison

– [Rhonda]: But we were talking a little bit like off camera, about some of the, you know, you were talking about these, some societies, that were doing these running long term, running as a sort of possible treatment for depression, or? – [Charles]: Well, not treatment for depression, these… Continue Reading Ancient practices as a treatment for depression: fasting, sweat lodges & long-distance running

– [Rhonda]: But we were talking a little bit like off camera, about some of the, you know, you were talking about these, some societies, that were doing these running long term, running as a sort of possible treatment for depression, or? – [Charles]: Well, not treatment for depression, these… Continue Reading Ancient practices as a treatment for depression: fasting, sweat lodges & long-distance running

– [Rhonda]: I’m super interested in the study that you published where you had used whole body hyperthermia to treat major depressive disorder, or at least a single bout of it seemed to have a lasting effect for six weeks. Whole body hyperthermia, to me, it sounds very similar to… Continue Reading Whole-body hyperthermia as a treatment for depression: sauna, hot yoga and exercise | Charles Raison

Translator: Rhonda Jacobs Reviewer: Ellen Maloney So, it all came to life in a dark bar in Madrid, and as I was stepping into the bar, I encountered my colleague from McGill, Michael Meaney. And we’re drinking a few beers, and like scientists do, he told me about his work.… Continue Reading Epigenetics – our bodies’ way to change the destiny written in our DNA | Moshe Szyf | TEDxBratislava

hi my name is Erin Bertolli and I am a board certified behavior analyst with Brett DiNovi and associates the following video will address the use of matched stimulation procedures and response interruption redirection to address stereotypy in individuals with autism and other developmental disabilities these behavior analytic interventions are… Continue Reading Treatment of Stereotypy For Individuals With Autism | Applied Behavior Analysis

Once when I was preparing for a job interview, a friend told me that, to come across as eager and enthusiastic, you should always maintain eye contact. Make sure to lean forward and uncross your arms to appear more open. Oh and also, nod frequently and smile constantly. And don’t… Continue Reading What Can Body Language Actually Tell Us?