A while back when I decided I’d had enough of superficial humans, I wasn’t expecting as many dramatic changes in my life. Frankly I’d reached saturation point with small talk. 707 more words
Professionals should no longer fear social media. Patients spend much of their time there after all!
ONE of the things we, as professionals, sometimes do not do well enough is actively listening. We are generally experts at sifting the research. I for one quite enjoy reading newly published research and then attempting to work out how it may influence or inform practice for a particular disorder in the future. 896 more words
Since I’be got two little ones of my own, I am amazed at how much they understand and crave technology. Kids today are growing up in a completely different way with technology at their fingertips. 297 more words
Wikipedia describes confirmation bias as “the tendency to search for, interpret, favor, and recall information in a way that confirms one’s preexisting beliefs or hypotheses, while giving disproportionately less consideration to alternative possibilities.” I see this every day, perhaps most obviously with politics and religion but to a lesser extent in pretty much anything with which one can take sides. 1,164 more words