Last month, I was asked to argue for the affirmative in a debate titled “12 Step Programs are Obsolete” that…
Can magnesium help to decrease the number of tics that someone with Tourette’s has?
In which one of my students discusses how effectively help those suffering from a somatic symptom or related problem.
In which we take a look at the often confusing world of claims regarding diet and ADHD, with a focus on what empirical literature has found.
In which one of my students takes a look at the intriguing split of RAD into two distinct disorders in the DSM-5.
In which the anti-gay therapy is taken to task.
In which one of my students takes a gander at dream interpretation, particularly the “First Vision” of Joseph Smith.
In which one of my students shows you how the polygraph was developed and discusses whether it should be used as a detector of lies.
In which one of my students takes a look at AA, where it came from, and if it works.
In which we take a look at family based therapy (FBT) and cognitive-behavioral therapy – enhanced (CBT-E), the two most well supported treatment methods for anorexia.