The Neuropsychotherapist, A New Resource Documenting The Mental Health Renaissance Of The 21st Century, Promises To Be Indispensable Tool For Therapists Looking To Embrace Multidisciplinary Approach To Psychotherapy
BRISBANE, Australia, April 1, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- There is a significant shift in mental health toward a multidisciplinary understanding of the psyche, and a new website, magazine and journal are leading the way to inform therapists of these changes. The Neuropsychotherapist platform has been designed to inform therapists of the dynamic interplay between the mind, body, social interaction and the environment as they impact on a person's well-being. By understanding the mechanisms of our biology, the processes of our psychology, and the influences of social interaction, it is believed a holistic therapeutic practice can be formulated. The new platform consists of a website, www.neuropsychotherapist.com, boasting articles across a broad range of subjects that impact on mental health and, more specifically, psychotherapy; a quarterly e-magazine of feature articles, departments and regular columns; and an open-access scientific journal – The International Journal of Neuropsychotherapy. The Neuropsychotherapist has a host of world-renowned specialists on its advisory board and panel of experts, including Allan Schore, Louis Cozolino, Iain McGilchrist, Mark Solms, and Todd Feinberg, just to name a few. One of the feature attractions of the website is "Big Questions" – an activity where a socially significant question is periodically posed to the international "Panel of Experts." Experts in various fields, such as neurology, psychology, psychiatry, and philosophy, weigh in on the question with their unique perspectives. "The Neuropsychotherapist is an innovative, exciting, groundbreaking venture. It is sure to be a leader in disseminating important new information in a burgeoning scientific field." – Professor Todd Feinberg, New York neurologist, psychiatrist, and award-winning author. The Neuropsychotherapist will be an important hub of information, and a network of therapists, researchers and educators who are riding the new wave of the mental health renaissance.