Neurofeedback and BioFeedback are Effective Bipolar Disorder Treatment Neurofeedback has been used effectively in the treatment of ADHD, bipolar disorder, OCD, and other mental health disorders. Utilize neurofeedback with a licensed practicioner. It helps you develop powers of self-control and concentration. It strengthens your mind, contributing to recovery. Neurofeedback gives you needed support from professionals,…
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If you or someone you know has bipolar disorder and is open to new options, please read and share.
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“About” pages are one way I like to learn about different authors. Simon from PlanetSimon has a great post about why About pages are both useful and important. I couldn’t find a reblog link on this blogger’s post so am sharing the link here: WordPress: Creating an About Page
If you like science and unique perspectives, please also check out some of the other posts too.
If you want to read why I started this blog, the links are listed below. But seriously, check out the link above. It’s got great info and reminded me why About pages are so important.
My about page is buried on the main site (not the blog) and has 2 parts. The first part, linked above, shares the purpose and goals of the website and blog. The second part gives some background information about me and why I started this blog.
About Firefighters and mental health resources
This was written by a firefighter and has some potentially valuable information.
I AM NOT endorsing the last section of the article – it is a request for votes in the authors community – that asks for support and donations for a campaign election.
But the resource link connects to the IAFF Recovery Center If you are a firefighter, member of IAFF or know someone who is a firefighter and can benefit, please share the link however you choose.
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Check out this article about the impact of Communication, Acceptance, and Respect within a multi-generational workforce.
Communicate, Accept, Respect: Improving Relationships Among Five Working Generations
It’s an interesting example of DBT’s Effective Interpersonal Communication principles applied to work situations.
How might this positive change impact your work situation?
Mindfulness can be defined as the act of consciously focusing on the present moment, while accepting one’s feelings, thoughts, and bodily sensations; with compassion, without judgement. As stress levels rise, the number of mindfulness-related books, sites, magazines, apps, games, retreats increase daily. And whilst some of these items have a definite stink of ‘fad’ among…
via Become a Zen Master with these Mega Mindfulness Resources! — Skills with frills