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The Mental Health of Belonging

Having and maintaining a sense of belonging is critical to optimum mental and physical health yet this element in our health maintenance is so very often overlooked. 1,008 more words


Differential Diagnosis: The Benefits of Neuropsychological Assessment and Neuroimaging

The task of diagnosis is by no means a simplistic one. Often, patients will display a range of signs and symptoms that overlap between two or more disorders. 2,446 more words

Clinical Psychology

How are our brain made?

I feel like it’s important for people to know and understand where our brains come from. So I’m going to try to explain the wonders that make us into the logical being that we all are. 970 more words


"Dr. Dana" visits Walden

Walden School hosted Neuropsychologist Dana Chidekel, PhD to talk with parents last night about raising children with Emotional Intelligence (EI). As parents recognize that the success and happiness to which they aspire for their children depends on their children’s ability to navigate successfully in the world with others, Dr. 193 more words


Do we all see the same?

I want to address a question I thought of first when I was about eight years old. Do we all perceive the same colours? I’m assuming you have a general idea of how the eye works (if not, look at my last post). 929 more words


Happiness through Compassion

If there is one word that keeps coming back is compassion.

As my birthday is coming up, in which I will celebrate 26 years of age, I will have to face the fact that choices have to be made, responsibilities have to be faced. 523 more words

The Moral Molecule: The Source of Love and Prosperity

By Paul J Zak

Synopsis: A Revolution in the Science of Good and Evil.

Why do some people give freely while others are cold hearted? 164 more words