This week in the Neuropsychotherapist video blog, Richard Hill talks about a paper that discusses the benefit of neurologists knowing something about affective disorders. And he has linked in a couple of other papers. Then he talks about some of his own workshops with PDP at the end of this month.

Here are the links and references –

Kanner (2014) Is it time to train neurologists in the management of mood and anxiety disorders? Epilepsy and Behavior 34: 139-143
Ogg-Gronendaal, et al (2014) A systematic review of the effect of exercise interventions on challenging behavior for people with intellectual disabilities. Research in Developmental Disabilities 35(7): 1507-1717
Otto, et al (2007) Exercise for mood and anxiety disorders. The Journal of Clinical Psychiatry, 68: 669-676.

Richard Hill’s workshop:
http://www.pdpseminars.com.au/index.php/counselling-and-psychotherapy?task=view_event&event_id=96
and
http://www.pdpseminars.com.au/index.php/counselling-and-psychotherapy?task=view_event&event_id=97

Dr. David Van Nuys talks about his current guest on Shrink Rap Radio, #401 – A Critical Examination of Monogamy with Christopher Ryan PhD. http://shrinkrapradio.com/401-a-critical-examination-of-monogamy-with-christopher-ryan-phd/ Be sure to check it out!

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