Tag: Recovery

 

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Dr. Nadine Burke Harris with a patient

Articles: Is the Placebo Effect More Powerful Than We Think?

By Alex Shashkevich | March 16, 2017

According to a new paper, the health care industry could serve patients better by paying more attention to psychology.

 
WW Norton, 2011, 480 pages

Articles: From Our Bookshelf: Trusting Relationships, Caring for the Caregivers

By Jill Suttie | September 8, 2011

A round-up of recent books: The Science of Trust, The Comfort Garden, and Applied Positive Psychology.

 

Research Digest Items/Studies: How to Promote Emotional Well-Being after a Brain Injury

 

Articles: Creative Thinking in the Crescent City

By Joy Suzanne Grazer | August 28, 2009

 
"I learned the injustice caused by violence is tremendous," said Emarco Washington (pictured). "It was, 'Wow! I hurt all these people. I was blinded by my own stupidity.'"

Articles: Justice For All

By Kathleen Kenna | March 1, 2005

Rehabilitating inmates in America’s prisons and jails may seem like a lost cause. But one innovative program has helped them empathize with their victims and turn their lives around.

 

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