Tag: interpersonal neurobiology
Consciousness, Quantum Physics and Psychotherapy
Reflections on a conference Consciousness, Quantum Physics and Psychotherapy at UCLA, December, 2015 Dr. Dan Siegel and Dr. Menas Kafatos started the conference by warning the group it would be a “mind-blowing” day. The conference titled Consciousness, Quantum Physics and Psychotherapy was the start of a dialogue aiming to bridge a gap between two seemingly unrelated topics:…
Artificially intelligent therapists?
Telehealth has provided people with more options in how to give and receive mental health services. According to the American Psychological Association, telepsychology, in particular, has increased over 10% in the past ten years and has been successful in providing therapy to individuals who have difficulty accessing services otherwise. For example, telepsychology has been successful in treating US veteran and service members with PTSD who…