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  • Attachment theory

    Dr Alan Eppel, a clinical professor in the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioural Neurosciences, McMaster University Hamilton, Ontario and author of "Sweet Sorrow: Love, Loss and Attachment in Human Life" answers these questions: 1. What is attachment theory? 2. What is the relationship between attachment and love? 3. What is the neurobiological basis for attachment? 4. What is the relevance of attachment theory for the practice of psychiatry and psychotherapy?

  • Autism

    What is the Intense World Theory as it pertains to Autism? What makes this theory different from other theories explaining Autism Spectrum Disorder? How does acceptance of theory affect treatment of ASD? Are there any limitations to this theory as it develops? These questions answered by: Berit (Brit) Brogaard is a Professor of Philosophy with joint appointments in the Department of Philosophy and the Center for Neurodynamics at the University of Missouri in St. Louis (UMSL) and faculty at the Network for Sensory Research at the University of Toronto. Kristian Marlow - Graduate student and managing at the Brogaard Lab for Multisensory Research. He is president of the University of Missouri in St. Louis Philosopher’s Forum.

  • Class Structures

    According to Marxist theory, what forms the basis of the class struggle? What is the status of the middle class today? Why are they considered to be an “ideological illusion”? What is the meaning of “petty bourgeoisie” with regard to class exploitation? What is the Marxist analysis of classes as compared to the Weberian view? What makes the Marxist view superior? These questions answered by: Professor Erik Olin Wright - American Analytical Marxist sociologist, specializing in social stratification, and in egalitarian alternative futures to capitalism. He is the current President of the American Sociological Association

  • A new way to look at symptoms and disease

    Why are the statistics of chronic health problems so high? There are more medical treatments today than ever before in history, so why are a large number of people suffering from medically unexplained symptoms and syndromes? Do physicians not look at symptoms in the right way and if not, how should diseases be identified? How does awareness of spirituality shed light on before misunderstood symptoms? These questions answered by: Kyle Davies is a chartered psychologist, therapist, coach, business consultant, speaker and author. He has spent the last 10 years specialising in treating sufferers of chronic health conditions. His unique methods integrate new science, quantum theory, metaphysics, vibrational and energetic healing. He has developed an online metaphysical health and wellbeing programme called The Energy Flow-State Programme.

  • What’s the real cause of depression

    Is depression caused by a chemical imbalance in the brain? How can you effectively address the cause of the symptoms of depression? Can a person ever really recover from depression? How can metaphysical health help a person with depression? These questions answered by: Kyle Davies is a chartered psychologist, therapist, coach, business consultant, speaker and author. He has spent the last 10 years specialising in treating sufferers of chronic health conditions. His unique methods integrate new science, quantum theory, metaphysics, vibrational and energetic healing. He has developed an online metaphysical health and wellbeing programme called The Energy Flow-State Programme.

  • The universe and emotions

    What is this enormous energetic transformation taking place in the universe and how does it affect us as individuals? How have we become disconnected from ourselves? How is our health and well being affected by the way we interact with the world around us? What is the first step in the process of empowerment? These questions answered by: Kyle Davies is a chartered psychologist, therapist, coach, business consultant, speaker and author. He has spent the last 10 years specialising in treating sufferers of chronic health conditions. His unique methods integrate new science, quantum theory, metaphysics, vibrational and energetic healing. He has developed an online metaphysical health and wellbeing programme called The Energy Flow-State Programme.

  • The true nature of emotions

    Are you what you feel? What effect do environmental factors have on your feelings? What is the soul - self and the human - self and what are their roles? How can we recognise the role that negative feelings have on our vibrational frequency shift? These questions answered by: Kyle Davies is a chartered psychologist, therapist, coach, business consultant, speaker and author. He has spent the last 10 years specialising in treating sufferers of chronic health conditions. His unique methods integrate new science, quantum theory, metaphysics, vibrational and energetic healing. He has developed an online metaphysical health and wellbeing programme called The Energy Flow-State Programme.

  • Field of Psychiatry

    What is a ‘general psychiatrist’? How do you feel about the vast specialization that has occurred in the field of psychiatry? You coined the term ‘continuum theory of mental illness’. What does it mean? Do all people with mental health need treatment of should they just accept their behaviours as personality traits? These questions answered by: Dr. Dale Archer is a Medical Doctor, board-certified Psychiatrist and Distinguished Fellow of the American Psychiatric Association who has helped thousands of patients in his private practice for more than two decades.

  • Chemical Imbalance

    Is mental illness actually caused by mental imbalances? Why do chemical imbalance theories not presume individual laboratory tests be obtained before prescribing medication, as would be the case in the analogy of physical medicine? Some critics claim that it is the pharmaceutical industry that overpromises the theory of chemical imbalance as means of monetary gain, do you agree? What are the other possible psychological or social causes for mental illness? These questions answered by: Dr. Dale Archer is a Medical Doctor, board-certified Psychiatrist and Distinguished Fellow of the American Psychiatric Association who has helped thousands of patients in his private practice for more than two decades.

  • The Flynn Effect

    What is the Flynn Effect and how did this theory evolve? On what kinds of tests and knowledge does the Flynn Effect hold the most weight? Educational knowledge or Abstract knowledge and understanding? What are the implications of this trend? How has an increasingly complex environment contributed to the higher cognitive simulation of today’s society? If according to the Flynn Effect, we are getting smarter, what implications does this have on society? Is society today applying their increased cognitive abilities to maximise their potential? These questions answered by: David Brin - Scientist, Futurist and Best- Selling Author of the future oriented book The Transparent Society.

  • Sexual Arousal Concerns

    Under what circumstances is a sex therapist recommended over a general psychotherapist? What is the theory of Sensate Focus and how is it applied to sexual arousal concerns? Is there a general lack of knowledge about sex today and can this help to explain why a lot of relationships struggle to maintain a healthy sex life? What factors can cause both men and women’s sexual arousal levels to change? How can sex therapy help to identify these causes? These questions answered by: Moushumi Ghose is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist specializing in Sex and Relationships. She is also a musician, writer, radio host, filmmaker and a certified hypnotherapist.

  • Seasonal Aspects of Breast Cancer

    How can the time of year influence the diagnosis of human breast cancer? Which season has proven to be the most effective in treating breast cancer? Can the results from a breast cancer screening be influenced by the seasons? Are there any limitations or interfering factors that will alter the theory of seasonal aspects influencing aspects of human breast cancer? These questions answered by: Dr. William Hrushesky - Medical Oncologist,Chief Scientific Officer & Senior Executive Medical Director Oncology Analytics

  • Breast Cancer and the Menstrual Cycle

    What effect does a woman’s menstrual cycle have on the immune function and potential to produce new blood cells? At what stage during a woman’s menstrual cycle is it ideal to undergo breast cancer surgery? Are there any preconditions to this? Does this theory hold true for breast biopsies too? Are there any limitations to precisely timing breast cancer surgery to the patient’s menstrual cycle? These questions answered by: Dr. William Hrushesky - Medical Oncologist,Chief Scientific Officer & Senior Executive Medical Director Oncology Analytics

  • CBT Therapy Explained

    Consultant Psychologist, Dr Alessio Agostinis, answers these questions: 1. What is the theory behind CBT? 2. How long does therapy last?

  • Communication

    Marcia Alesan Dawkins, Ph.D. is a Clinical Assistant Professor at the University of Southern California's Annenberg School for Communication and Journalism in Los Angeles, California and she answers these questions: 1.What are the fundamentals of effective communication and how have they shifted to suit contemporary communication? 2.How did mass communication change the face of communication, culture and society? 3.What is the meaning of the communications theory: The Spiral of Silence? And has this theory shifted as the status of minorities is changing in the 21st century? 4.What are Walter Lippmann’s barriers to communications? How are these barriers seen in today’s media culture?

  • Computer Posture

    Dr. Romina Ghassemi, CEO and Founder at Think Healthy Inc. answers these questions: 1.What is computer posture? 2.So many people in the Western world have computers nowadays. Are all computer users equally susceptible to computer posture than others? 3.What is a standing desk and can you explain the theory and reasoning behind such desks in the workplace? What is your opinion on this? 4.In today’s world of tablet technology, where stationary desktops are becoming increasingly uncommon, do you believe this will affect people’s posture? And if so, do you think this phenomenon is for better or worse?

  • he Domino Theory vs. The Rainbow Theory

    What is the Domino theory?, What is the Rainbow theory?, How do these two theories differ from one another?, What are the benefits of the domino theory? These questions will be answered by Dr. Neil Farber, physician, researcher, and international expert on blaming. He is a member of the IPPA and the author of The Blame Game. The Complete Guide to Blaming.

  • Carl Jung and Dream Interpretation

    What is the meaning of dream interpretation? What is the difference between Freud’s and Jung’s theories of dream interpretation? Why is Carl Jung’s method of dream interpretation different from all the other methods of dream interpretation? Why did Jung fail to fully develop his theory of dream interpretation? All of these questions will be answered by: Christina Sponias - Psychologist and Writer of Scientific Dream Interpretation

  • Means and Ends of Existential Humanistic Psychotherapy

    What does the theory behind Existential Humanistic Psychotherapy define as the means and the ends? What is the meaning of Sartre's claim that “Existence precedes essence”? In what way can a crisis in a person’s life allow to discover a better meaning of their existence and presence in this world? What happens when there is a conflict in a person between their despised and authentic self and how can existential humanistic therapy help to solve this? What is the value is finding one’s authentic self? All of these questions will be answered by: Bob Edelstein - Existential-Humanistic psychotherapist who specializes in personal growth, life transitions, relationships, chemical dependency, anxiety and depression.

  • Existential Humanistic Psychotherapy

    What is the meaning of Existential Humanistic Psychotherapy? What are some of the universal themes of existence that are explored in this field? How does this approach employ the work’s of Maslow into its teachings? And what components of Maslow’s theory are applied here? What changes or enhancements to a person’s life are expected to come as a result of adopting an Existential Humanistic Approach? All of these questions will be answered by: Bob Edelstein - Existential-Humanistic psychotherapist who specializes in personal growth, life transitions, relationships, chemical dependency, anxiety and depression.

  • Gender Specific Marketing

    Should marketing always be gender specific or are there certain instances where it becomes more relevant? In the marketing plans of a healthcare organization, what have experts claimed with regard to marketing directly at men about men’s health issues?Does this theory apply equally to women? What are the trends or statistics regarding the marketing success of male versus female doctors and their influence of patients of the opposite sex? All of these questions will be answered by: Drew Stevens Ph.D. - President and Chief Strategy Officer at Stevens Consulting Group

  • Resilient Plans

    “No plan survives contact with the enemy” is a famous quote by Moltke. What is Moltke's theory of war? Is this statement an absolute theory of war? What measures can be taken to make predictions in the face of interference on an objective? To what extent should a strategy be flexible and adapt to external factors as opposed to resisting the effects unplanned events? In business and litigation as opposed to warfare, what are some common factors that are accounted for as liabilities in thwarting the planned strategy? All of these questions will be answered by: Mr. Andrew Dreier, author of Strategy, Planning & Litigating to Win: Orchestrating Trial Outcomes with Systems Theory, Psychology, Military Science and Utility Theory

  • Microbial Life Around the Globe

    If microbes are everywhere, what studies have been done to test the different cultures and environments in which different microbes grow?, Will a microbe that is moved from its natural habitat to a new environment be able to adapt and survive?, What is the theory and process of modeling the microbial life around the globe?, What evidence was presented to propose the existence of microbial life on Mars? What implications did this research have on your field of study? These questions will be answered by Dr. Jack Gilbert - Environmental Microbiologist at Argonne National Laboratory, Associated with the University of Chicago

  • Weight Loss Through Love Based Psychology

    Why has dieting become the bog-standard answer to somebody who wants to lose weight? Can a person lose weight without going on a diet according to your love based method? What does this theory of psychology say with regard to exercising in attempt to lose weight? And why does exercising not always show weight loss results? How does body image play a role in one’s ability to lose weight? These questions will be answered by David Bedrick - Juris Doctor and Diplomate of Process Work. He is an educator, counselor, attorney, organizational consultant, and author of the new book “Talking Back to Dr. Phil”

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