Listen in for an engaging journey in this episode of the Neuronoodle Podcast 🎙️, where hosts Pete Jansons, Jay Gunkelman, and Dr. Mari Swingle welcome special guest Dr. Ruth Cohn […]
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Clinical psychologist and University of Ottawa professor Monnica Williams is on a mission to bring psychedelics to therapists’ offices to help people heal from their racial traumas. To do this,
One of the organizations that we work with, Black Therapists Rock, has been working to bring awareness and education about biofeedback and neurofeedback to the BTR community. Thanks to Harry
Psychotherapist Ruth Cohn Joins Author of iMinds Dr Mari Swingle and Pete Jansons on the NeuroNoodle Neurofeedback Podcast to discuss Trauma, neglect and how Neurofeedback and Talk Therapy work best
In this blog post by Ruth Cohn, she discusses trauma and neglect. Click here to read the full article on her website!
Dr. Rehman Abdulrehman has developed Living with Racism on YouTube. Living With Racism is an online learning resource meant to inform and educate viewers from different sectors of work on
Listen in as Stephen and Seth Porges talk about their new book, Our Polyvagal World Click here to watch the interview with Science of Psychotherapy.