Eli Leibowitz - Parent-based treatment for childhood anxiety and OCD: the SPACE program. The SPACE Program (Supportive Parenting for Anxious Childhood Emotions) is a novel entirely parent-based treatment for childhood anxiety and OCD. SPACE works by reducing parental accommodation of child symptoms and increasing supportive parental behavior. NVR-informed tools for coping with child reactions to reduced accommodation are a key element of SPACE. This talk will provide an overview of The SPACE Program and will present data from clinical trials demonstrating its acceptability, feasibility, and efficacy. Neurobiological findings from brain imaging and endocrinological research underscoring the key roles of parents in child anxiety regulation, and the importance of addressing parental accommodation of child symptoms will also be presented.
We sat down with Dr. Rhonda Patrick to get answers to some of your frequently asked questions. Interested in a specific topic? Jump to it here: 2:04 Can you discuss in further detail why you recommend a water-only fast versus consuming coffee or amino acids while in a fasted state? I am looking to optimize my morning workouts with amino acids or a caffeine boost and want to know what benefits I am potentially missing out on versus the benefits I likely still receive. 10:44 First of all, thanks for all that you do! You have changed my life. Is there any more evidence yet surrounding if having coffee, tea, supplements, etc. while fasting disrupts the benefits of fasting? What about electrolytes? 12:57 Has there been evidence that one method of fasting is better than others? 22:20 Will consumption of exogenous ketones disrupt a fasting state? 27:44 I practice a simple 12 hour eating window and a 24 hour fast once a week. My question is, are there any downsides to training fasted as I usually do? The exercises involved are heavy weight training and moderate cardio afterwards. Just wanted to know if I’m metabolically doing harm or having adverse effects on the intended goals. Thanks and much love to your work. 32:45 Can you elaborate on the growth-longevity trade off? By fasting we down-regulate the aging pathways…
This is a graduate level lecture on the literary and Catholic themes Tolkien uses in his Lord of the Rings books. We are not seeking to make them allegorical, but rather explore these themes in general, to see what Tolkien wanted to echo in his story of Middle Earth.
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Download Your Free Songwriting Handbook Now: https://berkonl.in/2v4qUyj Earn Your Songwriting Degree Online with Berklee: https://berkonl.in/2w6KwPi In this free songwriting tutorial, Berklee professor Jimmy Kachulis teaches you how to write a song using tips and techniques for creating effective choruses.
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Download Your Free Songwriting Handbook Now: https://berkonl.in/2v4qUyj Earn Your Songwriting Degree Online with Berklee: https://berkonl.in/2w6KwPi In this free songwriting tutorial filmed at the 2016 ASCAP Expo, Berklee Online songwriting instructor Neil Diercks offers tips for creating different types and layers of hooks that will make your songs memorable and impactful in the industry.
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About Neil Diercks: Neil Diercks is a Los Angeles-based songwriter, song coach, and musician. He served for many years in various capacities at Warner/Chappell Music, Inc., in Nashville, beginning as an intern and eventually becoming Manager of A&R Activities. It was within this role that he worked with hit songwriters including Gary Burr, Steve Bogard, Stephony Smith, Jeff Stevens, and Victoria Shaw, who penned …
Download Your Free Songwriting Handbook Now: https://berkonl.in/2v4qUyj Earn Your Songwriting Degree Online with Berklee: https://berkonl.in/2w6KwPi Stop tweaking and make the most essential changes for better songs. In this workshop, you’ll learn how to identify and amplify your strengths while embracing the imperfect characteristics that make your music unique. Find greater creativity and accelerate your writing process by doing the 5 things that matter most in getting your songs heard and appreciated.
About Andrea Stolpe: Andrea Stolpe is a multi-platinum recorded songwriter, performing artist, and educator. She has worked as a staff writer for EMI, Almo-Irving, and Universal Music Publishing, with songs recorded by such artists as Faith Hill, Daniel Lee Martin, Julianne Hough, and others. Her own recorded output includes a solo release, "Breaking Even." Andrea is the author and instructor of the course Commercial Songwriting Techniques, part of Berklee Online’s online songwriting program.
Her book “Popular Lyric Writing: 10 Steps to Effective Storytelling” describes how to apply a unique process for uniting our artistic voice with the commercial market. Andrea graduated with a degree in songwriting from Berklee College of Music. Andrea lives in Los Angeles with her husband, recording enginee…
Dr. Rhonda Patrick discusses the differences between krill oil and fish oil in terms of bioavailability and transport into different cells. She explains how DHA and EPA from fish oil in ethyl ester form (molecularly distilled) is the least bioavailable due. She also explains why omega-3 fatty acids in phospholipid from from krill oil are more bioavailable than EPA and DHA in triglyceride form from fish oil. She talks about the differences in transport of DHA into the brain and why krill oil has a type of DHA (DHA in phosphatidylcholine) that is more readily transported into the brain because it forms DHA-lysophsophatidylcholine. She talks about astaxanthin, a carotenoid that is unique to krill oil, and has potent antioxidant activity and prevents the oxidation of DHA and EPA.
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This video is about how vitamin D regulates the aging process. In this video you will learn important factors that affect vitamin production from your skin, what the optimal levels of serum vitamin D are, and how appropriate vitamin D levels ("the sweet spot") prevents telomeres from shortening.
Dr. Rhonda Patrick speaks with Dr. Valter Longo, a professor of gerontology and biological sciences and director of the longevity institute at the University of Southern California. Dr. Longo has made huge contributions to the field of aging, including the role of fasting and diet in longevity and healthspan in humans as well as metabolic fasting therapies for the treatment of human diseases.
In this conversation, Rhonda and Valter discuss… • The effects of prolonged fasting, which refers to 2-3 day fasting intervals in mice and 4-5 days in humans. • Dr. Longo’s work on the fasting-mimicking diet, which is 5 day restricted diet that is meant to simulate some of the biological effects of prolonged fasting while still allowing some food. • How clinical trials have demonstrated efficacy for this diet for type 2 diabetes, multiple sclerosis, and cancer patients. • Fasting as an inducer of differential stress resistance, where it can simultaneously make cancer cells more sensitive to death while also making healthy cells more resistant to these same death stimuli (such as chemotherapy) which might otherwise induce cell death amongst healthy cells as collateral damage. • Fasting as a biological state which humans historically experienced with extreme regularity and we may ultimately need in order to …
Dr. Rhonda Patrick speaks with Dr. Satchidananda Panda, a professor at the Salk Institute for Biological Studies in La Jolla, California. Satchin’s work deals specifically with the timing of food and it’s relationship with our biological clocks governed by circadian rhythm and also the circadian rhythm in general.
In this video we discuss… •The fascinating history of experimentation that ultimately elucidated the location for the region of the brain necessary for a properly timed sleep-wake cycles. • The relationship between our body’s "master clock" and it’s many peripheral clocks. • Why infants sleep so intermittently, instead of resting for a longer, sustained duration like healthy young adults… and why this sustained rest also goes haywire in the elderly. • The fascinating work Dr. Panda took part in that lead to the discovery of a specialized light receptor in the eye that sets circadian rhythms and is known as melanopsin. • The important relationship between the relatively light insensitive melanopsin, which requires around 1,000 lux of light to be fully activated, and its control of the circadian clock by means of activation of the suprachiasmatic nucleus and suppression of melatonin. • The effects light exposure seems to have on next-day cortisol, a glucocorticoid hormone that regulat…
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