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The Story of Joey – Part 3

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The Story of Joey – Part 2

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The Story of Joey – Part 1

This is the first of an 8-part story of Joey – a fascinating study of a fascinating and lovely boy. We’ll be posting a new part each Sunday from here on out- I hope you’ll continue to tune in!

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ON EPILEPSY AND PSYCHOSOMATICS

Emerging neuroscience recognizes that the brain organizes itself through its rhythmic electrical oscillations (Rhythms of the Brain-Buzsaki). Epilepsy in any form and from any cause disrupts this rhythmic organization. It’s neither psychological or physical- it’s always both. I work in the field of developmental trauma and EEG. People with these histories rarely if ever have normal […]

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Trauma Matters: A publication of The Connecticut Women’s Forum

A Column from Trauma Matters A publication of The Connecticut Women’s Forum Winter 2017   Ask the Expert A Conversation with Sebern Fisher By Cheryl Kenn, LCSW Sebern Fisher is the author of Neurofeedback in the Treatment of Developmental Trauma: Calming the Fear-Driven Brain, published by Norton in 2014. For 15 years, she served as […]

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Concussions May Increase The Risk Of PTSD

http://www.npr.org/sections/health-shots/2016/09/26/495074707/war-studies-suggest-a-concussion-leaves-the-brain-vulnerable-to-ptsd

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The Second Coming of Sigmund Freud, Discover Magazine

“Solms is convinced that reconnecting psychoanalysis and neuroscience is absolutely essential — the only way we will ever truly understand the brain.” http://discovermagazine.com/2014/april/14-the-second-coming-of-sigmund-freud

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Gray Matter Reduced in Youths With Behavioral Problems

http://neurosciencenews.com/gray-matter-behavior-teens-3255/

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Sebern’s Response to “Imaging Study Maps Brain Activity in Borderline Personality Disorder”

  Imaging Study Maps Brain Activity in Borderline Personality Disorder A colleague of mine asked for my take on the above article and I wanted to share it with anyone who might be curious: I don’t think that Borderline personality disorder is a discreet disorder and I doubt highly that there is a genetic brain […]

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Sebern’s Bookshelf

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