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Can Facebook Make You Sad? Internet Addiction Therapy

Internet Addiction Treatment Therapy in Seattle for Facebook Addiction and Internet Addiction Disorder:           Facebook has granted us a new form of communication that has transformed life in so many ways unimagined just a short time ago. Facebook’s statistics are astounding. In just one single decade, Facebook has signed up some […]

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Technology Addiction Figured Out | A Tech Addicts Cure?

Smart Phone Social Norms | Can You Stay in the Room? Perhaps . . . readers  know that All Tech Considered  has been exploring the social norms around obsessively (inappropriately)  checking your smartphone while out with real, live human beings. Is it a big no-no, or a new normal? Is it totally not cool in a […]

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Food Addiction Counseling | It is Not Just Psychological!

Morphine, morphine everywhere . . . In common cow’s milk, the protein casein breaks down during digestion into a range of casomorphin peptides, while modern (routinely genetically modified) wheat contains several gluten exorphins.  Both casomorphins and exorphins are closely related to the well-known opioid, morphine, and exhibit many of its insidious addictive properties. The so-called ‘food opiates’ are […]

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Mindfulness | Modern Mindfulness Cognitive Therapy

Modern Mindfulness Cognitive Therapy This Page is in process I will write more about Modern Mindfulness Cognitive Therapy along the way   Gain Perspective on Mindfulness Cognitive Therapy   Modern Mindfulness Cognitive Therapy is at the leading edge of contemporary psychotherapy and counseling! Even a single session predictably helps you achieve your mental and behavioral health […]

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ACT Therapy Seattle | Musing Within The Happiness Trap

  Talks at the Rubin Museum In Memoriam: Philip Seymour Hoffman Just over a year ago philosopher Simon Critchley met with Philip Seymour Hoffman for the final evening in a series of on-stage conversations called Happy Talk. In a delightful and searching dialogue, that in hindsight seems prescient, the actor wrestles with the concepts of happiness, love, and death with […]

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Your Gut Feelings | The Future of Psychiatry May Be Inside Your Stomach

Research scientist James Greenblatt’s provocative idea — that numerous psychiatric woes can be solved by targeting the digestive system — is increasingly reinforced by cutting-edge science. For decades, researchers have known about the connection between the brain and the gut. Anxiety often causes nausea and diarrhea, and depression can produce changes in appetite. The connection […]

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Psychotherapy With The Brain in Mind! | Dr. Hart | Seattle Mental Health

Increased basal ganglia activity is often a finding we have seen with anxiety disorders. When there is increased activity on the left side it is often associated with anxiety and irritability (expressed anxiety) and when there is increased activity on the right side there is often anxiety, social withdrawal and conflict avoidance. Increased activity in […]

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Desperately Seeking Happiness

Happiness is one of the most sought after and yet still elusive aspects of life. Happiness is the pot of gold at the end of the rainbow that everyone wants, but so few people can confidently claim to have discovered. The field of psychology has produced a science of happiness through a variety of studies […]

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