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CoreBrain Journal

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Brain and biomedical details to improve diagnostic and treatment accuracy from global neuroscience experts
135 Nigeria Evolves Molecular Insights – Ajibade
Jul 20 • 49 min
Nigeria evolves to contemporary insights provided by advanced testing with laboratory assessments that Dr. Ajibade intends to improve health care there.
134 Glyphosate Toxins & Mind Science – Seneff
Jul 19 • 54 min
Glyphosate in Roundup directly contributes to the rise in multiple medical brain and body challenges documented here from Autism to Cancer by Dr. Seneff
133 Mast Cell Activation Syndrome & Autoimmunity – Afrin
Jul 13 • 51 min
Mast Cell Activation Syndrome is too far off the radar, & is remarkably difficult to treat and follow even after discovery. Dr. Afrin embraces the mystery.
132 Wellness & Hypnotherapy – Practice & Training – Rose
Jul 11 • 45 min
Wellness does spring from gut balance and healthy microbiota, and today we discuss wellness teaching activities & weigh in on the mind-body connection.
131 Beyond ADHD – Metabolism Matters – Young
Jul 6 • 43 min
Beyond ADHD exist multiple comorbid conditions - some of which precipitate ADHD symptoms, others hide ADHD symptoms - each needs treatment at any age
130 NuBrix Games Connect & Balance Cognitive Function – Bittner
Jul 4 • 47 min
NuBrix brings connected neuroplay into an interesting diverse market from ADHD to executive function challenges w TBI, ABI, CTE, PTS, and Alzheimer’s.
129 Stress – Decisions and Parenting – Marshall
Jun 29 • 60 min
Stress is a teacher - first recognize that it’s encouraged by focusing on the negative, lost without options one needs to reframe with the positive
128 Procrastination – ADHD Balance & Timing – Copper
Jun 27 • 50 min
Procrastination so often presents as a polemic negative, but in this episode we see how efficient use of timing, the active pause, provides answers
127 Brain Injury Resource Group – Bono
Jun 22 • 58 min
Brain injury recovery requires teamwork, family understanding, & the latest professional training - connect today w our Brain Injury Resource Group
126 Homocysteine – The Depression Imperative – Farah
Jun 20 • 53 min
Homocysteine measures create a new depression perspective, an additional marker beyond appearances that measures the why of treatment failure.
125 Insights To Measure Brain Toxins – Shaw
Jun 15 • 51 min
Brain toxins contribute to the most difficult, refractory mind conditions on the planet. Dr. Shaw discusses measurement protocols for improved accuracy
124 Insightful Intention Evolves Thinking – Tsipursky
Jun 13 • 46 min
Insightful intentional thinking can help anyone improve their thinking process, their self-management skills to evolve from frozen systems 1 perspectives
123 Targeted Neuroplasticity – Kennedy
Jun 8 • 42 min
Targeted neuroplasticity training serves as both a prevention and a recovery tool - indeed a tool for balance living in the context of unpredictable change.
122 Kortex Virtual Reality Mind Tools – Roman
Jun 6 • 42 min
Virtual reality tools now add an even more promising support system for a number of refractory conditions, and they will soon synergize w the original Fisher Wallace
121 Homeopathy Insights For Trauma – Adalian
Jun 1 • 53 min
Homeopathy now addresses far more than treatment failure associated with chronic medical challenges. Listen as Adalian moves the bar forward for trauma recovery.
120 Yoga, Science and Mind – Perlmutter
May 30 • 67 min
Yoga becomes medical - evidence is everywhere that meditation improves health, mental acuity, emotional balance and spiritual connection.
119 Achievement Beyond Negative Mind – Friesen
May 25 • 52 min
Achievement perspectives deteriorate with negative thinking and negative constructs that prohibit reasonable objectives and constructive strategies.
118 Why Use Neuropsychology Measures – Braun
May 23 • 43 min
Neuropsychology provides specific, actionable answers beyond clinical questions to precisely measure brain function before & after treatment interventions.
117 Nutrition Details Prevent Chronic Illness – Fuhrman
May 18 • 54 min
Nutrition challenges always contribute to the evolution of chronic illness from heart disease, diabetes, to immunity issues. Dr. Fuhrman details why and how.
116 Suicide, Brain Injury & Recovery – Hampton
May 16 • 46 min
Suicide, depression, anxiety & subsequent brain trauma can keep you developmentally stuck - dead in your own skin. Hampton tells details on how to live past it
115 Methylation And Molecular Details Matter – Walsh
May 11 • 52 min
Methylation challenges contribute to 66% of treatment failure, are measurable, correctable, and this combined audio and video posting will help solve that puzzle
114 Hemingway’s Brain Examined – Farah
May 9 • 62 min
Hemingway’s brain compromise created depression, multiple symptoms of post concussive syndrome, and ultimately, after a long series of ECT, his suicide
113 Your Future Mind – Hamilton
May 4 • 51 min
Your future mind acts like a time machine, which can connect and gather information from the past & future equally. Your negative past dissipates.
112 ADHD Recovery – 3 Essentials – Anderson
May 2 • 34 min
ADHD recovery requires a careful review of thinking with specific attention to timing, overwhelm in thinking, behavioral impulsivity, and change.
111 Adrenal Fatigue & Qualia – Hensley
Apr 27 • 49 min
Adrenal fatigue, adrenal exhaustion, and chronic fatigue are concepts that often present as intractable. Joel Hensley measures, treats, & reports progress.
110 Artistic Self Discovery – Nolan
Apr 25 • 35 min
Artistic self-discovery provides a means for insightful personal transformation. In this episode a contemporary symbolist explains how art changes your life.
109 Vibrant Heart Mind and Brain Recovery Principles – Thaik
Apr 20 • 46 min
Vibrant heart recovery provides more useful tools to comprehensively address brain and biomedical imbalances that at first make little sense from symptoms alone.
108 Affirmative Mind Power – Redefine Yourself – Campbell
Apr 18 • 47 min
Affirmative mind practice can change your attitude about trauma and the challenges of change. From early philosophers to more recent advances in positive psychology, it works.
107 Brain Health And Alzheimer’s Revisited – Braun
Apr 13 • 44 min
Brain health to prevent Alzheimer’s - strategies include exercise as a key component, even more important than diet as reported here by Dr. Michelle Braun
106 ADHD Parenting Evolves Strategy Matters – Goldrich
Apr 11 • 30 min
ADHD parenting evolves with added perspectives that include biological awareness and strategies that work both in and out of the home.
105 Biomedical ADHD Beyond Appearances – Greenblatt
Apr 6 • 40 min
Core biomedical ADHD insights now provide a firm foundation for deeper, more data-driven inquiries that provide more cost-effective interventions - based on measurable molecular physiology details.
104 Prime Recovery For Men In Their Prime – Kienzle
Apr 4 • 43 min
Prime Recovery Integrating Men’s Experiences program (PRIME), specializes in the unique recovery needs of men over 40 at Sovereign Health in Palm Desert, CA.
103 Toxin Solutions At Home – Pizzorno
Mar 30 • 44 min
Pizzornos’s exemplary toxin research and clinical experience punctuate the damaging molecular realities all of us face globally as we continue to produce and use more toxins over time.
102 Addictions, Stimulants & ADHD Treatment Innovations – Bright
Mar 28 • 36 min
Opiate & Alcohol Recovery, Stimulants & Executive Function all play a much more important part in comprehensive recovery work. Dr. Bright report data-driven experience with specific stimulants that turn the tide on ADHD in substance abuse recovery.
101 Bipolar, Off-Road Racing & Baja – Peck
Mar 23 • 36 min
Bipolar recovery and self-management reported from the desert while off-road racing in Baja. Racing keeps Justin Peck, author of Bulletproof connected with reality.
100 Trauma, Women & Recovery – Drury
Mar 21 • 37 min
Women with trauma need specific, highly specialized, comprehensive treatment and recovery strategies. With gender specific trauma, gender-specific care becomes mandatory.
099 First Responder Trauma Reality & Return – Mathias
Mar 16 • 52 min
First responder trauma is real & requires preparation before and after traumatic incidents. In this episode, Mathias reports lessons as a trauma team leader.
098 Ayurveda Health & Healing – Shunya
Mar 14 • 43 min
Ayurveda healing practice provides alternative opportunities for mind and body healing, beyond medications. Ayurveda teachings provide tools for recovery.
097 Biofilm Candida & Brain Fog – Fresco
Mar 9 • 47 min
Candida and its protective biofilm change gut function, contribute to malabsorption and directly affect brain function.
096 Parenting ADHD & Autistic Children – Williams
Mar 7 • 37 min
Parenting ADHD and autistic children creates many reasonable yet manageable challenges. Penny breaks down solutions into bite sized actionable steps.
095 Trauma Resilience and Recovery – Powers
Mar 2 • 41 min
Resilience is an important aspect of recovery from trauma. In this episode, Dr. Powers address how and why it’s so relevant for recovery from a victim to a survivor perspective.
094 Deep Psychiatric Aftercare – Sharma
Feb 28 • 49 min
Psychiatric hospital aftercare, for many reasons, remains an elusive, often overlooked objective for comprehensive care. Going into and going home from psych
093 Educational Testing & Social Justice – Stein
Feb 23 • 53 min
Educational testing doesn’t adequately cover mind complexity. Imprecise results create myriads of challenges for everyone concerned - from students to teachers to school administration and parents.
092 Eating Disorder Recovery Reconsidered – Whitney
Feb 21 • 40 min
Eating Disorder recovery works to overcome fears without disrespect & intimidation. Self-management Involves respectful self-protection beyond victimhood.
091 Deep Pregnancy Hormones Overlooked – Fura
Feb 16 • 48 min
Hormone challenges confound the lives of women far beyond pregnancy, from menarche into advanced years when hormones aren’t balanced correctly.
090 Stimulants Opiates & College Athletics – Teece
Feb 14 • 52 min
Stimulants and weight control come together too often in college athletic programs. Listen up as a Yale crew athlete tells us about his recovery
089 Music, Mind & Balance – Livingstone
Feb 9 • 32 min
Music is scientifically proven to make you smarter over a lifetime. In this CBJ episode, Kory Livingstone share is experience of why that’s possible and how to make it happen for children,
088 Life Lessons From The Fight – Powell
Feb 7 • 52 min
Life lessons from an advanced martial artist and teacher provide insights for synchronized self-mastery.
087 tACS Transcranial Alternating Current Stimulation – Fisher
Feb 2 • 41 min
Chip Fisher explains tACS - how the FDA-cleared Fisher Wallace Stimulator provides effective treatment: depression, anxiety, TBI, PTSD, fibromyalgia & more.
086 Beyond Mental Stigma – Veny
Jan 31 • 44 min
Stigma matters start becoming significant at very young ages and can last as management issues up into corporate life as adults.
085 Inoculation – Vaccines & Autism – Heckenlively
Jan 26 • 41 min
Inoculation fallacies behind the diagnostic curtain of Autism Spectrum Disorder - politics, money, and the overt misrepresentation of vaccination facts by the CDC.
084 Neurohacker Insights – Mind Wellness & Emergence
Jan 24 • 55 min
Neurohacker insights provide a collective of fresh ideas, peer-reviewed science, and actionable methods to add the quality of our lives. Complex systems encourage precise thinking with global insights.
083 Fibromyalgia Migraines and Mind – Greenberg
Jan 19 • 40 min
Fibromyalgia Pain Matters: Fresh Connections Between Mind & Body - Think you’re traveling outside of the box? Prepare for a deeper dive from Dr. Greenberg.
082 Liver Insights For Brain Connections – Gaughran
Jan 17 • 43 min
Liver health is at the core of overall well-being & improves the quality of people’s lives. Regenerating damaged liver tissue prevents treatment failure.
081 Measure Personal Health – Tefft
Jan 12 • 43 min
Measure your personal details. When you eliminate nutrient deficiencies and excesses - and decrease toxic infiltration, a faster, more efficient metabolism develops.
080 Estrogen Menopause and Mind – Seibel
Jan 10 • 41 min
Estrogen imbalance, hormone assessments and treatment for menstrual dysregulation, estrogen dominance, and menopause specifically outlined
079 Anxiety Reconsidered – Daitch
Jan 5 • 41 min
Three anxiety subtypes - if you are a worrier, you suffer from one of these subtypes: cognitive, emotional and/or physical anxiety.
078 Creativity – Deep Brain Connections – Stephens
Jan 3 • 39 min
Creativity with brain synchrony takes us beyond current outdated reductionistic mind labels into the complexity of deeper, functional brain systems with balanced connections.
077 Addiction Treatment Evolves – Mele
Dec 29, 2016 • 32 min
Recovery treatment interventions based on the interesting, more cognitive techniques of DBT [Dialectical Behavior Therapy] and Motivational Interviewing.
076 Neurotransmitter Results Beyond Treatment Failure – Client
Dec 27, 2016 • 30 min
Neurotransmitter Results - Testing Balances Patient Care When patients have sufficient, targeted neurotransmitters for each medication to work on, the medications work better. ~ Chip Watkins Neurotransmitter Results - A Client Weighs In Mark Trail - Our…
075 Urinary Neurotransmitter Testing – Watkins
Dec 22, 2016 • 42 min
Neurotransmitter and endocrine details matter, and remain so cost effective. If you don’t look you can’t see. In this interview, Dr. Chip Watkins weighs in as a medical director of a large CLIA Certifed laboratory testing, in this case, neurotransmitter…
074 Beyond Bipolar Meds – Fidel
Dec 20, 2016 • 45 min
Explore Bipolar Recovery Beyond Medications We can become our true selves in the awake state when our minds drop our acquired thoughts and beliefs. When we lose the idea of ourselves, the mental concept of self disappears and we discover the true being of…
073 Answers For Complex Children Taylor-Klaus
Dec 15, 2016 • 31 min
Complex Children create parental complexity, puzzlement, and a learning opportunity for all of the family. The answers lie in the process of facing ever-changing reality with a different perspective.
072 Sensory Processing Disorder Maria Rickert Hong
Dec 13, 2016 • 38 min
Sensory Processing Disorder - SPD is not an official diagnosis. As a parent or practitioner, you’re left on your own to get help for a child whose issues you can’t quite understand - Start here at CBJ/072 for insightful next steps.
071 Alzheimer’s Dietary Guidelines – Healey
Dec 8, 2016 • 41 min
Alzheimer’s Dietary Guidelines Matter Brain research is rapidly emerging and I know that Eat to Beat Alzheimer’s is going to be a great start for a lot of people, because our collective understanding about brain health and overall health as it relates to…
070 Disability Recovery – Tscherne & Love
Dec 6, 2016 • 37 min
Disability recovery involves direct action with reality. Every one of us is on a journey that leads us into a labyrinth. The roads we travel on are not always straight; they have curves, bumps, and walls to climb, and travel is not easy.
069 How I Found Myself Dean Roberts
Dec 1, 2016 • 40 min
Stoic insights found in the classics underline the importance of improved self-awareness, as Roberts uses Stoic thinking to evolve his life perspective and improve his self-reliance.
068 Self Confidence Finkeldei
Nov 29, 2016 • 38 min
Self-confidence challenges can at first naturally present as a reasonable response to any struggles with change- to any next steps. And if we remain stuck in outdated responses the passage of time creates real compromises in life.
067 Brain Balance Body Recovery – McCusker
Nov 24, 2016 • 36 min
Body recovery begins with an insightful plan, an awareness beyond mind-labels for a foundation of integrated recovery between mind and body.
066 Psychiatric Emergency Insights Isaac Abraham RN
Nov 22, 2016 • 36 min
A psychiatric emergency more often than not creates serious issues for the patient, the staff, the hospital and the entire community. Preparation changes the liability.
065 FitShrink Dr Kelly Morrow-Baez
Nov 17, 2016 • 28 min
My FitShrink goal when I work with clients is not to get them to look like fitness models. I work primarily with women ages 45-60 who internally know they want to be healthier but feel lost with the how.
064 Emotional Freedom Technique Kai Ashley
Nov 15, 2016 • 36 min
EFT means “Emotional Freedom Techniques” and is a powerful self-help method based on research showing that emotional trauma contributes greatly to disease. Clinical trials have shown that EFT tapping is able to rapidly reduce the emotional impact of…
063 Neuromodulated Sound Dr George Lindenfeld
Nov 10, 2016 • 47 min
Neuromodulation, defined by the International Neuromodulation Society as “the alteration of nerve activity through the delivery of electrical stimulation or chemical agents to targeted sites of the body,” is carried out to normalize – or modulate – nerve…
062 Audio Visual Entrainment David Siever
Nov 8, 2016 • 44 min
Audio Visual Entrainment is capable of producing situationally appropriate brain wave frequencies through the process of entrainment, the tendency of physiological processes to mirror environmental stimuli.
061 Autoimmune Fix Dr Tom O’Bryan
Nov 3, 2016 • 62 min
The Autoimmune Fix supports a gluten-free, dairy-free and sugar-free lifestyle. Based on his vast research, Dr. O’Bryan blows “fad diet” theories out of the water, exposing the truth that modifying your eating habits, can rid your body of dangerous…
060 Stutterer To Championship Mind – John Di Lemme
Nov 1, 2016 • 54 min
As a stutterer in childhood Di Lemme was told he would never speak correctly - now he lectures internationally on overcoming obstacles in business and life
059 Seizure Recovery Marc Hoberman
Oct 27, 2016 • 30 min
I wrote “Search and Seizure” to teach the lesson of not allowing your illness or problems to define you. I certainly must be more in tune with my brain and body to monitor myself even as an adult. Although I have not had a seizure in over 28 years, as an…
058 SPECT Brain Evidence Dr Joseph Annibali
Oct 25, 2016 • 37 min
SPECT Brain Evidence - Measured Functional Challenges I realized that practicing psychoanalysis and psychotherapy without having a firm grasp of how the brain works significantly interfered with my ability to help patients. ~ Joseph Annibali Dr.…
057 Residential Insights – Robert McCartney
Oct 20, 2016 • 38 min
Residential insights provide tools for family choice, for family evolution and for personalized care with children and adolescents who at first appear as treatment failures.
056 Hypnosis Insights William Shane
Oct 18, 2016 • 36 min
Self hypnosis works to support goal achievement in many walks of life. Here William Shane describes his transformation from lost, to stage hypnotist, to healing practitioner.
055 Positive ADHD Parenting Diane Dempster
Oct 13, 2016 • 30 min
ADHD parenting skills apply to any parenting situation. Self-discovery, and full awareness of context, the reality of your child’s developmental options, can help create improved, more responsible behaviors.
054 Oxytocin & Bonding Arlene Foreman
Oct 11, 2016 • 49 min
Oxytocin details matter. In this interview, Arlene discusses her interest in oxytocin and the biology of human bonding at every level.
053 Psychopath Insights Dianne Emerson
Oct 6, 2016 • 41 min
Psychopaths live with us & can enter our lives with destructive intent any time. Her interviews bring the reality of their perspectives down to a street level.
052 Aging Parents Kay Bransford
Oct 4, 2016 • 28 min
Aging parents often fail to recognize the need help and don’t accept it from their children. Our family worried for their safety and the safety of others. I had to learn how and when to step in to offer help.
051 Biology of Stress Dr Mary Wingo
Sep 29, 2016 • 46 min
Societies encourage stress. Ecuadorian culture, after a history of many stressful times sets a model for understanding the biology of stress.
050 ADHD Kids & Law Robert Tudisco
Sep 27, 2016 • 45 min
ADHD Kids may meet legal challenges on many levels, from school issues to specific criminal activities. Robert Tudisco carefully explains multiple levels of intervention.
049 Prescription Drug Problems Dr Ruhling
Sep 22, 2016 • 28 min
Prescription drugs often treat the symptoms but may miss the causes.
048 Chronic Pain Recovery Daniel Twogood
Sep 20, 2016 • 40 min
Chronic pain insights provide timely, new awareness because we now have an epidemic of addiction and death caused by opioids.
047 Food Addiction Glenn Livingston
Sep 15, 2016 • 40 min
Overcome food addiction: Disillusioned by what traditional psychology had to offer overweight individuals suffering from food addiction, he researched the nature of binging and overeating via work with his patients and a self-funded research program with…
046 Music Heals – Alex Doman
Sep 13, 2016 • 34 min
How music heals: Your brain has a natural ability to physically change itself by creating new pathways and connections in response to your experiences - this is called neuroplasticity.
045 Friendship Ends – Dumped Recovery Livingston
Sep 8, 2016 • 37 min
Loss of adult friendship can prove devastating. Until now that loss, that transition from friendship to alone did not find serious coverage, especially from an expert in relationship management.
044 Whole Foods & Brain Function Denise Thunderhawk
Sep 6, 2016 • 38 min
Whole foods embrace only a part of a more comprehensive view of brain and body healing based upon ancient Chinese medical insights.
043 Politics News & Psychology – Post 9-11- Rossi
Sep 1, 2016 • 30 min
Political change oversights - Even those that are dismissing anything said about Trump, those who were planning to vote for him, may now be questioning him his mental stability because he is just going too far.
042 Biomedical Markers Bipolar & Schizophrenia Dr Walsh-3
Aug 30, 2016 • 51 min
Dopamine elevation matters in schizophrenia, and most current antipsychotic medications aim at lowering activity of this neurotransmitter. Unfortunately, this is the wrong approach for schizophrenics with different brain chemistry.
041 ADHD Recovery Melissa Hood
Aug 25, 2016 • 51 min
ADHD Recovery takes time, persistence and planning. Self-mastery brings self-esteem, improved self-confidence and now Melissa Hood plans to teach others how to make those improvements happen on a personal level.
040 Geriatric Depression Dr Gary Moak
Aug 23, 2016 • 32 min
Geriatric depression - denied and overlooked. Dr. Moak addresses the impact of denial & depression on specific geriatric health problems and explains how untreated geriatric depression doubles the chances of more severe illnesses such as diabetes.
039 Epigenetic Change Autism & Cancer Dr John Morrow
Aug 18, 2016 • 38 min
Epigenetic change influences health and disease - it’s time now to share these discoveries with lay audiences to help address the social and political implications of our collective experience of profound epigenetic change.
038 Hypnosis, Synthesis and Recovery Dr John McGrail
Aug 16, 2016 • 42 min
Hypnosis informs Synthesis; integrating modern science with tools, techniques, methods and traditions more spiritually oriented - the old ways - to help Western thinkers rediscover their personal power and thrive in what has become a very energetically…
037 Neurotoxins & World Economics Dr Chris Martenson
Aug 11, 2016 • 39 min
Neurotoxins inform the future - Economy, Energy and the Environment (the “Three Es” as Chris calls them) now shape the future.
036 Clutter To DeClutter Alison Kero
Aug 9, 2016 • 28 min
Clutter explored - the meaning and the cure. Clutter isn’t just physical; it’s emotional and spiritual as well. Stuff has meaning.
035 Adolescent Harmony Dr Jennifer Freed
Aug 4, 2016 • 31 min
Improve adolescent self-management - conclusive results for Freed programs move the dial for our youth regarding social and emotional learning, intervening with bullying, and feeling more joy in their lives
034 Copper & Kryptopyrrole Dr William Walsh-2
Aug 2, 2016 • 52 min
Copper-overloaded depressives usually report that serotonin-enhancing antidepressants provide an improvement in moods, but they worsen anxiety and don’t solve the anger.
033 Metadarwinism & Hologenomic Evolution Dr Bill Miller
Jul 28, 2016 • 38 min
Metadarwinism - it’s about reconsidering Darwin’s “survival of the fittest” as an old process that pales into insignificance when compared to the love that microbiota and evolution through communication vs competition.
032 Nutrient Specifics Matter Dr Art Capperauld
Jul 26, 2016 • 34 min
Nutrient specifics change the tide of misunderstanding and misinformation. In this episode, he spells out meaningful differences that can improve longevity and diminish inflammatory corruption.
031 Combat Stress Recovery Dr Bart Billings
Jul 21, 2016 • 37 min
Combat Stress includes a variety of issues, a complexity overlooked with multiple identifiable contributions, each with specific treatment protocols.
030 ADHD Brain Hacks – Alan Brown
Jul 19, 2016 • 42 min
ADHD Brain Hacks change your self assessment and your recovery strategies through specific informed actions that build upon each next step over time.
029 Pam Stokes-Eggleston – Yoga For Stress Recovery
Jul 14, 2016 • 34 min
Yoga Insights - Stress Anywhere: It wasn’t until my husband was injured in Iraq and began recuperating at the Walter Reed Army Medical Center, that I understood the deeply personal significance of this new challenging reality, and fully recognized how…
028 Dr Lawrence Afrin – Mast Cell Activation Syndrome
Jul 12, 2016 • 51 min
Mast Cell Activation Syndrome Answers - If you care about chronic, refractory treatment failure, both medical and psychological/psychiatric - Dr. Afrins message and book here
027 Kayt Sukel – Manage Change and Risk
Jul 7, 2016 • 37 min
Risk and Mind Science - Kayt Sukel, as a neuroscientist, knows about risk, as she often addresses taboo, risky subjects in her writing, including love, sex, out of body experiences, and adventurous single mother travel.
026 Dr Rick Malter HTMA Hair Tissue Mineral Analysis
Jul 5, 2016 • 39 min
Hair Tissue Minerals can improve treatment interventions. Malter’s unique perspective on the relationship between HTMA and specific psychological presentations provides an additional, treatable perspective to otherwise refractory, treatment failure,…
025 Methylation Insights Improve Treatment Outcomes – Walsh
Jun 30, 2016 • 52 min
Measure Methylation - it’s a biochemical process of extraordinary importance in human functioning. Know methylations to evaluate neurotransmitter functions
024 Dr Mark Bertin Mindful Parenting ADHD
Jun 28, 2016 • 30 min
Mindful parenting practice supports both parent and child. External structural consistency, devoid of unbalanced affect helps; and an internal, balanced, mindful parenting process improves long term developmental outcomes from within.
023 Aaron Wayne Duke – Beyond The Bully
Jun 23, 2016 • 42 min
Wayne Stops Bully: Wayne looked good, he didn’t feel good inside. Later in life, surprisingly late, he came to the conclusions he shares in this /023 interview. Here he reports on specific ways to manage bully behaviors.
022 Nancy Virden Back From Suicide
Jun 21, 2016 • 37 min
Suicide Lessons - Nancy’s Near Death Perspective Brings Both Hope And Recovery Plans
021 Cathy Smith – Client Self Discovery
Jun 16, 2016 • 30 min
Self Discovery Process: This is the first Episode at CBJ to interview a successful client, on her new path. It’s always interesting to hear both sides of the story, and we appreciate Cathy pitching in to give others hope.
020 Amy McCae – Relationship Coach Reports On Recovery
Jun 14, 2016 • 29 min
Recovery from chronic illness: Amy tells how it was in the past and how it is for her today. She was lost, studied fresh details and now actively helps others find balance - in relationships with others and themselves.
019 Dorothy Kuhn Rethinking Dementia
Jun 9, 2016 • 34 min
Dementia Shock: What to do when your brain stops working effectively in mid life - when you thought those signs of deteriorated thinking just didn’t matter. This an example of exactly what to do if surprised with cognitive decline.
018 Dr Dean Howell NeuroCranial Restructuring
Jun 7, 2016 • 37 min
Neurocranial Restructuring Works: A well trained practitioner now moves the bones in the skull for fresh recovery options: TBI to Avoiding Plastic Surgery. Listen to what he thinks about correctly moving the suture joints in the cranial vault in this…
017 Jeff Copper – Measure ADHD & Executive Function
Jun 2, 2016 • 38 min
Jeff Teaches Measurement - His international reputation for asking important questions, for providing an interesting forum to discuss the vagaries of ADD/ADHD diagnosis and treatment, is nothing less than exemplary
016 Peggy Sealfon – Escape From Anxiety
May 31, 2016 • 34 min
Anxiety beyond meds: Using her advanced studies in the science and system of integrated human development, she assists individuals towards higher levels of physical, mental, and emotional wellbeing.
015 Kevin Hall – Bipolar Recovery & Reality
May 26, 2016 • 39 min
“Bipolar” is just a label. Kevin’s legacy embraces more than behaviors, more than an appearance diagnosis. The Truman show imperative: search for and identify the reality of the person, not the perceptions of the cameras.
014 Pallavi Kumar – Nutrition & Detox Evolve
May 24, 2016 • 33 min
Nutrition denial is pervasive - and Pallavi is the first of many professionals I’ll interview as we travel down this CBJ path together. In this episode she addresses specific considerations for constructing nutritional and detox solutions.
013 Dr Craig Wiener – Parenting ADHD Children
May 19, 2016 • 35 min
Parents teach self-reliance: It’s clear that counterproductive parenting patterns significantly contribute to arrested childhood development and emotional dysregulation. No, it’s not the parent’s fault, it is a matter of truly understanding how to use…
012 Dr Joanny Liu – Concussion and Suicide
May 17, 2016 • 37 min
Concussion & Suicide: This interview with Dr. Liu documents the deep value of more comprehensive diagnostic and treatment strategies for TBI - Traumatic Brain Injury, and PCS - Post Concussion Syndrome - with a compelling drive from her own personal…
011 Dr Karen Jacobson – Strategic Performance
May 12, 2016 • 31 min
Strategy vs. coaching: Today we’re beyond “coaching,” with vertical advice from above. Strategic performance work sets an objective of internal recovery and discovery - lasting personal value and global contribution.
010 Dr Robert Melillo – Brain Balance Details
May 10, 2016 • 43 min
Children’s Brains Matter: Dr. Robert Melillo seeks to improve on imprecise, less effective outcomes for the complexity of multiple childhood mind disorders by providing specific, customized treatment strategies at his over 80 Brain Balance Treatment…
009 Scott Stevens – Alcohol, Biology, Recovery
May 5, 2016 • 36 min
Alcohol Is A Killer: Alcohol Abuse (problem drinkers) and Alcoholism (drinking problems) constitute the top public health and public safety issues in America, to the tune of $220 billion in costs per year. Alcohol overuse is our number one killer and is…
008 Heidi Siefkas – TBI, PTS, and PTG
May 3, 2016 • 37 min
Brain Injured - Not Dead. Heidi Siefkas is a woman with a message, and she’s on a mission. If you think you’ve been through the mill, just check out the details of Heidi’s bouts with changing reality - including brain trauma in her own back yard. Her…
007 Dr Robert Hedaya – On Biomedical Evidence
Apr 28, 2016 • 39 min
Biomedical details improve psychiatric interventions. Dr Hedaya spells out important biomedical details that change brain function - and are too often neglected by extant standards that target behavioral appearances. He’s actively involved in both…
006 Vespasian – On Rational Living
Apr 26, 2016 • 36 min
Rational rules for centuries: We’re at a turning point in psychiatry, in mind health, based upon insights that arise from biologically measured data points. We’re living in this new reality, but, quite interestingly, too many continue to ignore insightful…
005 Dr Osborne on Specific Gluten Markers
Apr 21, 2016 • 38 min
Gluten & brain details matter: Osborne spells out the details on why treatment failure still occurs - even after excellent IgG laboratory testing results encourage dietary changes. Here gluten issues are spelled out in utilitarian detail for both…
004 Keith Kosierowski – ADHD Coaching Balance
Apr 15, 2016 • 34 min
Brain science & coaching: Keith is a coach working toward a new goal - introducing brain science, the reality of brain function into coaching. Make sure you see the download on Brain and Leadership on the show notes page.
003 Dr Aron Tendler – dTMS – Brain and Magnetism
Apr 13, 2016 • 47 min
The brain electric: Deep Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation [dTMS] is reportedly more effective than Repetitive Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation [rTMS]. Dr Tendler is a researcher and practitioner who connects the dots between ECT, rTMS and dTMS for a…
002 Monica Cassani – Medication Problems
Apr 13, 2016 • 33 min
Med problems are Real. Cassani spent years working within an informed psychiatric process - and belatedly found that good works, informed works, did not work for her. Her painful story provides an example for the necessity of improved mind interventions…
001 Parker – Why CoreBrain Journal Matters
Apr 10, 2016 • 5 min
The remarkable evolution of mind science encourages the use of more precise measurements. Improved maps provide new options for previously misunderstood and challenged mind landscapes. Here at CoreBrain Journal we interview interesting professionals…