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Music as Therapy for Children with Autism

01st June 2010
Music therapy is a great way for children with developmental disabilities to communicate. The healing power of music therapy activities facilitates positive behavior changes. Each music therapy session is carefully planned, carried out and evaluated on a ... Read >
Author: David

Dealing with excessive self consciousness

13th February 2009
Why is everyone watching me? Do you sometimes feel that everyone is watching you? Do you panic when you make mistakes? Do you fear social interactions especially when strangers are around? If your answers were yes, then you have an excessive self co... Read >
Author: Farouk

Being Able To Detect Mental Illnesses

01st April 2008
Mental illnesses are biological brain disorders that many people suffer from, through no fault of their own. They cannot be wished away or combated through will power. While there are very real stigmas associated with these illnesses, the best way to get ... Read >
Author: MIKE SELVON

Depression: A Social Disease

12th January 2007
Clinical depression can be thought of as in part a social illness.Any serious illness affects more than the sick person.If you have, for example, heart disease,then withdrawal of your self from the social world(work, family life, friends and relatives) is... Read >
Author: Author Unknown

The biochemistry of fear and aggression.

12th April 2006
The Brain Chemistry of Bullying and it's Effects of Behavior By Peyton Quinn www.rmcat.com I have talked about "bullying" in schools and elsewhere in this column several times. The victims of bullies sometimes know that being bullied as a young pers... Read >
Author: Peyton Quinn
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