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Drawing on Philosophy By Matthew Kowalski
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Drawing on philosophy is quite literal. It is a machinegun of ideas firing until the end. True to its offering Drawing on Philosophy plays hide and seek with words and minds. Tucked within the pages... More > are paths to possibilities. Oddly enough, enjoy.< Less
The Hopeful Brain: Neuro Relational Repair for Disconnected Children and Youth By Dr. Paul W. Baker, Dr. Meredith White-McMahon
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Over the past two decades, significant advancement has been made in understanding the role the brain plays in human behavior. Along with this new and exciting information emerges a responsibility for... More > therapeutic professionals to have a solid understanding of the “brain basics” needed to support the lives of troubled children and youth. The Hopeful Brain authors provide a common-sense look at modern neuroscience and its application to positive youth development, psychology and educational support. Baker and White-McMahon take on the often daunting world of complex neuroscience and provide readers with practical strategies that are easy to use and apply across a variety of settings. This book explores the importance of using strength-based interventions and creating structured opportunities to “reimburse” troubled children and youth with positive experiences that teach and transform.< Less
The Empathic Brain By Christian Keysers
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The discovery of mirror neurons has caused an unparalleled wave of excitement amongst scientists. The Empathic Brain makes you share this excitement. Its vivid and personal descriptions of key... More > experiments make it a captivating and refreshing read. Through intellectually rigorous but powerfully accessible prose, Prof. Christian Keysers makes us realize just how deeply this discovery changes our understanding of human nature. You will start looking at yourselves differently - no longer as mere individual but as a deeply interconnected, social mind.< Less