How do you recover from psychological issues? In one sense, there truly is no “instant” solution. Many patients tend to forget that a problem or issue that they have; may have taken months, or even years to develop into a condition needing treatment. It`s unlikely that this could be resolved in an afternoon. The strategic […]

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The Ever Changing Brain   In one sense it is both good and bad at the same time. Think of it as the brain adapting to work load. Basically the more tasks you offer the brain, the more work it takes on. A good example is with the training that taxi drivers undergo in London. […]

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What is the curse of the modern workplace? Stress is NOT Stress – but it might seem like it? (The medical terms might be brain fatigue or cognitive overload) I am probably risking major reprisals here, but stress is one of the most miss-used words in the modern language. Maybe 99% of us experience an […]

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For the individual or the company – in a competitive world of increasing change and innovation it is crucial that the human resource is functioning to its best ability. Increasingly the term Neuroplasticity will be interlinked with improved thinking and problem solving skills. The forward thinking corporations understand that mental/intellectual capacity of the workforce is […]

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For the individual or the company – In a competitive world of increasing change and innovation it is crucial that the human resource is functioning to its best ability. •Increasingly the term Neuroplasticity will be interlinked with improved thinking and problem solving skills. The forward thinking corporations understand that mental/intellectual capacity of the workforce is […]

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 Neuroplasticity for Change Management     Changing behaviour is a challenge; the “established way” is burned into our subconscious even when adopting new habits can mean the difference between life and death. In many studies of patients who have undergone coronary bypass surgery, amazingly only one in nine people (on average) adopts healthier day-to-day habits. […]

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What is Neuroplasticity? – Neuroplasticity is the Future.   Neuroplasticity is the process by which a Brain remembers new tasks, functions and ideas – it is not a fixed entity but something can that be trained managed or encouraged to greater capacity and efficiency  “Neuroscience can inform your approach to performance, bias, learning and leadership. […]

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There is currently a condition called head injury depression, whilst the description and many of the symptoms are similar to conventional depression (general or mainstream) it does differ in one or two most unfortunate characteristics. Firstly in most cases the conventional SSRI type treatment (Prozak etc) has poor prognosis, outcomes of between 10 and 15% […]

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Tracy Morgan’s unfortunate accident and ongoing recovery efforts offer hope to the thousands of survivors of traumatic injury. His inspirational recovery story has been followed by millions of people and the press worldwide. While it may be unfortunate that these types of horrific injuries are brought into the public light more sharply when they happen […]

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    Firstly a big Thank You to all my social media friends  I am now one of the winners of the Author`s competition and will be featured in a winners book launch in January. (Your votes definitely assisted in this outcome) Just to recap – I am a head injury survivor, with dyslexia, short […]

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