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Oliver Sachs is rightfully the most renowned physician of our time. The neurologist is the author of thirteen books including Migraine, Awakenings, The Man Who Mistook His Wife for a Hat, Musicophillia, and a new memoir On The Move. On February 19, 2015 in the NY Times, Sachs announced that he had been diagnosed with […]
SLAVERY’S SHADOW: Racism in the American Psyche an all-day program Saturday, February 21, 2015 at NCP. Public invited. Nationally recognized speakers in the morning, small & large group processing in the afternoon. Space will be limited so reservations suggested. slavery program Feb 21 brochure Click here or headline for brochure details
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New research uses EEG information, specifically “evoked potential” methods, to make even firmer the connection between severity of autism (ASD) and problems in sensory processing. The American Psychiatric Association put out a bulletin recently discussing the research of Sophie Molholm PhD and colleagues at Albert Einstein College of Medicine. They studied 43 children with ASD […]
An important and interesting study has recently been published that helps us understand how Sensory Processing Disorders (SPD) are separate from Autistic Spectrum Disorders. The study by Chang et al, published online in PLOS on July 30, uses new sophisticated tract imaging to show impaired white matter microstructure. In this study, three groups were compared: […]