In a recent TED talk, an expert in the management of chronic pain in children explains neuropathic pain, a form of chronic pain in which the nervous system itself becomes faulty and creates the experience of intense pain, both the sensation of pain in the brain and the side-effects of injury in the affected (but not actually injured) part of the body.
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Posted in For patients, For therapists, Research, Review, Techniques, tagged CBT, mental health, mental illness, neuroscience, optical illusions, psychotherapy, TED, therapy on October 21, 2009 | Leave a Comment »
A neuroscientist at University College London has explained how CBT works using coloured dots.
That is, his explanation uses coloured dots. CBT doesn’t use coloured dots (though if some wacky ‘third-wave’ therapy based on coloured dots turned up next week heralded as a new form of CBT it would not surprise me one bit).