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Relational Trauma and the Developing Right Brain: An Interface of Psychoanalytic Self Psychology and Neuroscience

RELATIONAL TRAUMA AND THE DEVELOPING RIGHT BRAIN: AN INTERFACE OF PSYCHOANALYTIC SELF PSYCHOLOGY AND NEUROSCIENCE ABBREVIATED RUNNING TITLE: SCHORE: SELF…

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Right Brain Affect Regulation: An Essential Mechanism Of Development, Trauma, Dissociation, And Psychotherapy

To Be Published As A Chapter In The Healing Power Of Emotion: Integrating Relationships, Body And Mind A Dialogue Among…

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The Right Brain Implicit Self Lies at the Core of Psychoanalysis

To Be Published in Psychoanalytic Dialogues For the last two decades my work has focused on the origin, psychopathogenesis, and…

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What Parents and Emerging Adults Should Know

College life can be a health hazardous.  The information below is critical for emerging adults’ well being. Suicide Estimated at…

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The Need for Complex Ideas in Anorexia Nervosa: Why Biology, Environment, and Psyche All Matter, Why Therapists Make Mistakes, and Why Clinical Benchmarks Are Needed for Managing Weight Correction

Abstract Anorexia nervosa remains an enigma and its clinical challenge is intimidating. But the potential for new insights has been…

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Understanding This New Stage Of Life–Emerging Adulthood: A Guideline For Parents

The transition to adulthood is a period of the life course when young people are faced with the challenge of…

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Executive Functioning and the Emerging Adult: The Dissonance Between Intelligence and Competence

Emerging adulthood is a time of cognitive, social, emotional, and behavioral transformation. The brain is more neuroplastic than any other…

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An Understanding and Approach to Regression in the Borderline Patient

THIS PAPER will attempt to synthesize clinical observations and the contributions of investigators in psychoanalysis and developmental psychology to work…

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High-strung and strung-out: Clinically relevant questions regarding adult ADHD and comorbid bipolar and substance abuse disorder

Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) is characterized by a pattern of hyperactivity, forgetfulness, distractibility, impulsiveness and/or inattention, depending on the…

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Milieu Concepts For Short Term Hospital Treatment Of Borderline Patients

PSYCHIATRIC QUARTERLY, 57(2) Summer 1985 © Human Sciences Press In contrast to the extensive literature on the outpatient treatment of…

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Psychiatric Disorders In Emerging Adulthood

Emerging adults are particularly at-risk for psychiatric disorder. In a given year, over 40% of U.S. 18 to 29 year-olds…

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Real-Time Treatment: Integrating Neuroscience and Psychoanalysis in the Intensive Treatment of Emerging Adults

April’s debut night in the Yellowbrick Residence was memorable for all involved; she had sexual encounters with two of the…

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Six Degrees Of Separation A Guideline For Parents

Emerging adulthood is a period of transition toward increasing autonomy while struggling to define new ways of remaining connected. The…

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What’s Emerging About Emerging Adults?

Emerging adulthood is a developmental period of both great risk and potential. Developmental psychologist and researcher Jeffrey Arnett was the…

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Yellowbrick Eating Disorders Service

Yellowbrick’s mission is to provide exceptional and valuable mental health services—general and specialty—to late adolescents, young adults and their families.  …

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Yellowbrick Residence

Yellowbrick is a private healthcare organization whose mission is to improve the lives of emotionally troubled young adults.  The Yellowbrick…

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Evaluation of Attention Process in Neuropsychiatric Patients: Auditory Domain

Introduction: Attention is often markedly impaired in patients across various psychiatric disorders. Methods to evaluate attentional impairment involve behavioral measures such…

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Relationship Between Thalamic Asymmetry and Right-Hemisphere Theta Abnormalities

Objective: The right hemisphere of the brain plays a significant role in the experience and expression of emotions and is often…

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Response Control in Neuropsychiatric Patients: Advantage of Combined Auditory and Visual Processing

Introduction: Many psychiatric patients have difficulties in executive function, often marked by impaired ability to inhibit immediate reactions and effectively control…

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“Minding The Brain”: A Developmental Neurobiological Model for Substance Abuse Treatment in Emerging Adults

Prior to the turn of the 21st century, we lacked a theoretical framework for distinguishing 18 to 29 year-olds from…

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The Mental Health Impact of a Gap Year

Taking a gap year — a year off between high school and college — isn’t a new concept, but it’s…

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A Developmental Psycho-neurobiological Approach to Assessment of Emerging Adults

Emerging adults with psychiatric problems, and their families, have many unanswered questions and missing pieces in their understanding of what…

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NLD and Asperger’s Disorder

Nonverbal Learning Disabilities, Chapter 11, pages 205-218 Controversy exists as to the relationship between NLD and Asperger’s disorder. Some believe…

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Modern Attachment Theory: The Central Role of Affect Regulation in Development and Treatment

Springer Science+Business Media, LLC 2007 Abstract Over the past decade attachment theory has undergone an intense expansion of both its original…

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Paradigm Shift: The Right Brain and the Relational Unconscious

At the Division 39 Spring 2008 Meeting, Dr. Schore received The Division of Psychoanalysis Scientific Award, “In Recognition of Outstanding…

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