Brain Sleuth: How Neuropsychology Helps Solve Mysteries of The Brain

Month: January 2018

What is Supportive Psychotherapy?
Supportive Therapy is therapy designed to give you the emotional support and guidance you need to manage life stresses. By understanding your temperament and past experiences you and your therapist can understand some of the patterns causing difficulty…
WHAT IS A PSYCHIATRIC NURSE PRACTITIONER?
Psychiatric Nurse Practitioners are specialized advanced practice nurses that provide mental health assessment and treatment. They often work in a range of settings including hospitals, their own private practices, community health centers, and primary care units. What do…
WHAT IS MINDFULNESS THERAPY?
Many people seeking help for anxiety, depression, stress and other issues are increasingly turning to therapists who incorporate aspects of mindfulness into their treatment. Mindfulness can be a small supplement to therapy or constitute a core component, depending…
WHAT IS A PSYCHOLOGIST?
A psychologist is a mental health professional who has received a doctorate degree in psychology. A psychologist studies how people behave, think and feel in order to better understand the human psyche. In a setting like Union Square…
WHAT IS A PSYCHIATRIST?
A psychiatrist is a licensed medical doctor that specializes in mental illness and the mind. Psychiatrists study the medical, psychological, and social components of mental disorders. As physicians, psychiatrists are capable of working closely with other doctors, such…