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neuroscience

By Kate Gustin, author of The No-Self Help Book

Seeking self-esteem is like trekking through the Himalayas hoping to find a Yeti. We tell ourselves: “Just keep scaling the slopes—looking, achieving, producing, accumulating—and eventually I will get there. I will feel good about myself.” But when have we ever found the mythical creature? When have we ever found a self that is good enough?

 

By Amy Johnson, PhD, author of The Little Book of Big Change

Your lower brain is the most remarkable machine on earth.

By Melanie Greenberg, PhD

As therapists, we’ve all experienced those moments when we’re talking about a stressful topic or doing an exposure intervention and, all of a sudden, the client seems to be flooded with anxiety or gives you a blank, spacey stare. They may even look like they’re about to run out of your office. This is the time to use a grounding strategy.

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