BookReview: The Neuroscience of Psychotherapy
by Louis J. Cozolino, W. W. Norton & Company, Inc., 2002, 0-393-70367-3
Cozolino describes the relationship between psychotherapy and the brain. He demonstrates that nature vs. nuture is a red-herring, because nuture modifies nature and nature modifies nuture. The brain is continually developing and changing. He explains the chemistry and psychology behind modern illnesses such as PTSD and depression.
Via Rob 2005
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