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So you think counseling is just that basic talk, talk, talk to your counselor stuff?
Not true anymore, because counseling in now exploring your brain on a daily basis with tools like fMRI (functional magnetic resonance imaging) and SPECT scans, and counseling is being informed (at a minimum) by those discoveries every day.
Helen Fisher,Ph.D. is studying the human brain when it is in love and demystifying that most inspiring of human experiences. Is that going to take the poetry out of love?
Is Alzheimers Disease preventable? Got Mild Cognitive Impairment? Occasional loss of words or glasses? Can that be changed?
Ever heard of neurogenesis? Ever heard of neuroplasticity?
You can grow new brain cells every day (neurogenesis), and enhance your brains capacity to form new connections (neuroplasticity) by working out your brain like you work out your bicep.
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