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Helping accident survivors move forward
James F. Zender Ph.D.
The only thing to fear is fear itself.
A new show on Netflix examines the life of Freud and offers some relief from the pandemic.
The trauma of war.
Tools for recovery.
What we can learn from Esther Hicks.
The power of gratitude.
Be the change!
One woman's story of auto accident trauma.
The grace of happiness.
A conversation with Mark L. Gordon, MD.
New hope for traumatic brain injury recovery.
Where is consciousness?
When brains collide.
The trifecta of post-traumatic stress disorder.
Endocrinology may offer new hope for survivors.
Trauma and hormones.
You are more than you believe.
How to differentiate the diagnoses
Medicine gone wrong?
Reconnecting with self.
Tame your thoughts.
Psychodrama for trauma.
The cost of safety.
Tips for surviving the holidays.
Chronic pain, fibromyalgia symptoms, and other physical manifestations can reflect unresolved psychological trauma residuals. But maybe Pilates can help?
Reconnecting with the body.
The fall of a king.
New technologies offer great hope for human pain and suffering.
James F. Zender, Ph.D., is a clinical and forensic psychologist who specializes in auto accident trauma treatment and care.