How to activate your brain's superpowers.
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Integrating scientific and counselling-based findings on mental health
Sarah Gingell Ph.D.
To err is human. It's how we respond that affects our capacity for change.
Work with your brain to make changes that stick.
Changing for the better is hard. Identifying the true purpose of an unwanted behavior is the key to progress.
Neuroscientific findings support the view that a healthy mind really does depend on a healthy body. The right exercise can both treat and prevent mental ill-health.
Sarah Gingell, Ph.D., is a psychologist and counsellor based in Edinburgh, U.K., with a particular interest in understanding the mechanisms of therapeutic change.