Monthly Archives: August 2013

What should you look for when you’ve finally reached the point that you think you need a couples therapist?

So you’ve finally reached the breaking point after endless arguments that lead nowhere. But you still want to save your relationship. What do you do now? Couples counselors and relationship coaches come in all shapes, sizes and therapeutic orientations. How can you select the best one for you? Here is a 30 minute, highly informative […]

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Are Hook-Ups any Different on the East Coast and the West Coast?

Is the sexual behavior of young, new millennial women on the West Coast any different than on the East Coast. A recent Huff Post blog, on hook-ups and missed connections reports that while UC Berkeley hook ups on Facebook are described in lurid detail after the fact, New York University Hook-Ups on Facebook have the […]

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Depression is Not a Synapse Problem, it’s a Network Problem. And Real Estate Counts!

A recent episode of the Charlie Rose Brain Series provides an exciting discussion of the evolution of our knowledge of depression, specifically of how our understanding has evolved from the synapse or “Big Pharma” model to a Network Model that reveals how many areas of the brain are implicated in depression. First, a brief historical sketch. […]

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