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Loss of Control: Fighting Back with Full Strength

Evaluates the issues related to stress-induced feelings of loss of control, the physiological and psychological mechanisms behind these issues, and means of coping with them. Identifies grief-, aggression- and suicide-related trends in both society and the individual and identify the neurobiologic mechanisms involved. Develops approaches to the rehabilitation of patients who have loss of control issues that lead to substance abuse. Screens and pre-diagnoses patients at risk for disorders that may be triggered by the feeling of loss of control.
$30.00

Love Me True

This course will explore ways partners get caught in patterns of subtle and blatant deception. It will use fun stories from real couples and examples from research to examine how cognitive and emotional processes cause blindness and rationalization, and distort couples’ perceptions. This course will identify research-based strategies to increase trust and connection, and professionals can use this information to identify and appropriately address issues related to self-deception and honesty in the individuals with whom they work.
$25.00

Love Me True - TEST ONLY

THIS IS FOR THE TEST ONLY. You can order the ebook from Cedar Fort (see link.) This course will explore ways partners get caught in patterns of subtle and blatant deception. It will use fun stories from real couples and examples from research to examine how cognitive and emotional processes cause blindness and rationalization, and distort couples’ perceptions. This course will identify research-based strategies to increase trust and connection, and professionals can use this information to identify and appropriately address issues related to self-deception and honesty in the individuals with whom they work.
$30.00

Major Depression & Bipolar Disorders - 3rd edition

This book contains a synopsis of the genetic, biological, and psychological theories pertaining to bipolar spectrum disorders. An update of diagnostic considerations, assessment instruments, and evidence-based treatment techniques commonly employed in diagnosing, assessing, and treating bipolar spectrum disorderpatients is provided. The most recent literature is presented throughout the book concerning the appropriate data-based applications, outcomes, and limitations of the assessment and treatment procedures.
$30.00

Media Maze

This course will explore the prevalence of children’s media use, many of the media effects that are of most concern to those interested in the well-being of youth, and the social scientific theories that explain how children’s brains cognitively and emotional process media content. Finally, the course identifies specific strategies that can be taken to help youth avoid the potentially negative effects, and enjoy the potentially positive effects, of media exposure.
$25.00

Meditation

Defines what meditation is. Identifies the benefits of meditation and the research supporting these benefits. Summarizes the history of meditation and how it came to be popular in North America. Identifies the most popular meditation techniques. Determines how to troubleshoot challenges that may arise while meditating.
$30.00

Memory & Amnesia

Explains how memories are formed by identifying the four main processes of memory and the three stages of long-term memory. Describes the important differences between declarative/explicit memory and procedural/implicit memory. Lists the current concerns and controversies surrounding eyewitness testimony and repressed memories. Identifies the principal processes and causes of psychogenic and organic amnesias. Discusses the nature of “flashbulb” emotional memories. Distinguishes the differences between normal forgetting, age-associated memory impairment, and mild cognitive impairment. Lists the major memory disorders that can result in amnesia and dementia. Describes methods for improving memory.
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Memory Loss & Forgetfulness

Identifies the memory changes that take place in normal aging. Discusses how mild cognitive impairment (MCI) differs from memory loss in normal aging and from dementia. Describes the cognitive and personality changes that take place in Alzheimer’s disease. Identifies cognitive and personality changes that occur in a range of non-Alzheimer’s disease dementias.