Applied Neuropsychotherapy

Neuropsychotherapy in practice

It’s Not Always Depression

How can it be that a seemingly depressed person, one who shows clinical symptoms, doesn’t respond to antidepressants or psychotherapy? Perhaps because the root of his anguish is something else.

Basic Psychological Needs

Basic Psychological Needs Klaus Grawe (2004, 2007) developed a view of mental functioning from conceptualizations formed in mainstream contemporary psychology, yet with a particular ‘driver’ that may not be altogether ‘mainstream’. That is, “the goals a person forms...

Memory Reconsolidation

Memory Reconsolidation Definition Memory reconsolidation is the brain’s natural, neural process that can produce transformational change: the full, permanent elimination of an acquired behavior or emotional response. It is the brain’s innate process for fundamentally...

It’s All About Love

It's All About Love Our apologies - this article has been withdrawn - we will aim to bring you an alternative story as soon as possible This article may have misrepresented some aspects of the EYPU in London and has therefore been withdrawn. We do hope to have an...

The Triune Brain

The Triune Brain Neuroscientist Paul D. MacLean formulated a model of the brain in the 1960s, detailed in his 1990 book The Triune Brain in Evolution, describing the brain in terms of three distinct structures that emerged along an evolutionary path. Although this...

Neuropsychotherapy Defined

Neuropsychotherapy Defined Definition: Neuropsychotherapy is a neurobiologically informed framework for psychotherapy that conceptualises thought and behaviour as emerging from the influence of motivational schemata developed to preserve or enhance basic psychological...

Sex Addiction

Sex Addiction: Holistic Treatment Goals and Protocols for Body, Brain, and Relationship (Part 1) Alexandra Katehakis Members Download: Since a host of psychological, neurophysiological, and cultural factors conspire to create and maintain sexual...