Neuromodulation and Psychiatry 3.0: Will devices be the next frontier in mental health?
As seen in Psychology Today. Neuromodulation has been a fast-growing area of medicine for at least a decade. Despite becoming an increasingly common way to treat chronic pain, neurological disorders, and even psychiatric conditions, it still represents a paradigmatic shift in the thinking of many clinicians for whom lifestyle changes, drug therapy, and psychotherapy […]
Universal Coping Mechanisms: Commonalities in trauma response
As seen in Psychology Today. Individuals all around the world undergo a variety of different situations in their lives that may result in undue stress and mental strain. Be it the loss of a loved one or the aftereffects of a natural disaster, human suffering is universal not in its form, but in its mere presence. […]
Your Brain and PTSD: Biomarkers and high-stress states
This article was also published on KevinMD and Psychology Today. If you’re reading this, you’re probably stressed. Whether it’s related to work, household chores, parenting, school, politics, or, yes, COVID, stress is a normal part of life. Because stress is a normal part of life, our bodies have adapted to react to stress through a series of neurophysiological […]