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Why Neuroscience?

by Molly Keeton Parnell, PhD  A few days ago I had an experience that has become quite familiar to me. I was reading Brene´ Brown’s “The Gifts of Imperfection” and she made the following statement: “Shame is universal and one … Continue reading

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The Thinking Mind

by Molly Keeton Parnell, Ph.D. “Mind, body, and breath complete the circle of life” This is what my yoga instructor stated last week as we were moving into Savasana, or the meditation portion of the class. This observation gave me … Continue reading

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How Trauma Affects the Brain

    By Molly Keeton, Ph.D. Trauma is a word that we use and hear often, but what is trauma? It is usually defined as the experiencing or witnessing of an event(s) that is threatening or dangerous and out of … Continue reading

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