It’s high time we put the most enduring myths about human behavior to bed, and see the mind—and the world—as it is.
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Are you familiar with Steven C Kassel, MFT ? This is from HIS Website:
Interpersonal Biofeedback is a promising new area of study and clinical practice. It is a hybrid of two evidence based therapies, Biofeedback and Psychotherapy, where information of physiology, such as heart rate, heart rate variability, brain waves, hand temperature, sweat gland activity, and/or respiration are given back to more than one person at a time to help them learn how to tone down nervous system arousal or better tune-in to one another. The first research paper that appeared was in 1978, by family therapist and theorist Michael Kerr, in which he discussed biofeedback may be used to help families.
Inspirational genius or purveyor of crude and imprecise oversimplifications?
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