Using Brain Science to Invest Men in Anger Management
By Ron Potter-Efron - Over the past 30 years, I've spent nearly 25,000 hours counseling angry men. For many, anger is the only weapon they've ever had against feelings of powerlessness. But what I've found is that these men are fascinated by information about how anger develops in the brain, and how they're capable of literally using their own brains to calm down.
Why is Daniel Amen's Method for Treating Psychiatric Disorders So Controversial?
Psychiatrist Daniel Amen argues that a brain-imaging method called SPECT is an invaluable tool for understanding and treating psychiatric disorders. SPECT has been used in a huge number of research studies on almost every conceivable psychiatric and neurological condition, as well as some nonpsychiatric studies. So what is it about Amen and his mission to get therapists to use brain imaging, and SPECT in particular, as an aid to diagnosis and treatment that makes him such a lightning rod?
An Interview with Daniel Amen
Today’s cutting-edge therapists take pride in their growing knowledge of brain science. For nearly 20 years, Daniel Amen has led a controversial quest to make brain imaging common practice in the field.
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