Author: The_Human_Chondition

Internal family systems (IFS) is a psychotherapeutic model through which people are viewed as having a core Self surrounded by multiple parts.1 IFS practitioners believe that by helping people learn... Read More

Breathing is essential to life. The body self-regulates our breathing cycles subconsciously, with a standard respiration rate averaging between 18 and 20 breaths per minute.1 Stress, adrenaline, and other outside... Read More

Superbrain yoga is a holistic, somatic (i.e., bodily] technique used to enhance brain function, improve mood, and promote health. It is particularly popular as a method of improving school children’s... Read More

In a given year, one billion children (ages 2–17) are estimated to have been exposed to some form of trauma. Traumatic experiences, including abuse, neglect, parental separation, and familial violence,... Read More

At first glance, the term emotions seems simple. In fact, many people even conflate it with feelings. But what does the term actually mean, and is it as simple as... Read More

Humans form many bonds throughout their lives, beginning with the bonds formed with their caregivers in infancy. These early bonds help to shape an individual’s later sense of social attachment... Read More