All posts tagged: Neuroscience

Crime Wire: Insights to Crime with Karen Storsteen

You can hear Crime Wire Tuesdays at 9 p.m. Eastern. Please visit our Crime Wire Website. Together we can make a difference. LISTEN LIVE: CLICK HERE On this show we’ll enter the world of a psychic-medium with Karen Storsteen. Karen is known for her rare combination of talents as a psychic-medium, psychotherapist, executive coach, management consultant, and public speaker.  On radio she is known for providing “Karen’s Insights” to callers around the world and has taught thousands of leaders and the general public how to heighten their intuitive intelligence. Ms. Storsteen has worked in the fields of human and organizational development for twenty-five years and her work as a psychic is grounded in neuroscience, quantum physics and psychology.  Karen possesses a Master of Science in Management and Organization, Master’s Minor in Finance, and has completed all coursework toward a Master of Arts in Psychology. People from all walks of life—including grieving families, law enforcement officials, executives, medical and mental health professionals and individuals experiencing anxiety and depression— seek Karen’s counsel and intuitive acumen to find clarity and peace of …

Sandra L. Brown, M.A. Speaks to The Georgia Commission on Family Violence

The Georgia Commission on Family Violence  17th Annual Statewide Family Violence Conference   There’s No One Solution: Integrating Prevention and Intervention Against Domestic Violence   September 12-13, 2011 Renaissance Atlanta Waverly Hotel Atlanta, GA Sandra L. Brown, M.A., the Founder and CEO of The Institute for Relational Harm Reduction and Public Pathology Education has been invited to present a Workshop, What Neuroscience Can Teach Us About Batterers’ Brains, at the 17th Annual Georgia Commission on Family Violence.  The Conference dates are September 12-13, 2011 in Atlanta, GA. For information and registration, please refer to the website: Georgia Commission on Family Violence What Neuroscience Can Teach Us about Batterers’ Brains Presenter: Sandra Brown Cluster B Personality Disorders are highly represented within Intimate partner Violence. Their pathology represents challenges not only in treatment but in their partners’ recovery. Intensity of attachment, impulse control, lethality and other high risk behaviors are associated with this group of batterers. The latest neuroscience on Cluster B, violence and the brain will be discussed Sandra Brown is a psychopathologist, program development specialist, lecturer, …