Month: March 2018

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Monotasking

I think human beings have had to multitask for a long time. Our ancestors might have said “That looks like good fruit in the tree and what’s that furry thing over there?”. Attention to multiple things in our surroundings kept some of us alive. The DNA of those monotaskers did not get passed on for long. But while our evolutionary history may […]

Treat mental health problems with positive memories?

Therapists are often challenged as to what is the most productive focus of the therapeutic conversation. Clients have the need to spend time on the issues and negative thoughts that bring them to another for help. Sometimes, however, if we focus only on these we may be missing the opportunity to learn new ways of thinking and […]