The Psychoevolutionary Theory of Basic Emotions
Infograph from Andrus Drew displaying Robert Plutchik's Psychoevolutionary Theory of Basic Emotions
The Bear in the Classroom – Trauma Informed Teacher
My child glanced back at me, and then reached over and grabbed your hand and kissed it. You smiled down at her and I could read your mind. “What a sweet and loving child”. I also knew …
This Is Exactly How You Should Train Yourself To Be Smarter [Infographic]
Out of all the interventions we can do to make smarter decisions in our life and career, mastering the most useful and universal mental models is arguably the most important. Over the last few…
How To Spot A Liar Youtube Video Ted Talk Pamela Meyers
Learn the secret of how to spot a liar. We have a youtube TED Talk from author of Lie Spotting, Pamela Meyers and you won't want to miss it. Grab the Infographics too.
You Are Not Alone
In partnership with mental health experts, we’ve gathered resources and tools to help you find a harmony of health for body and mind during these uncertain times.
How Narcissists Are Created
We hear a lot about narcissistic personalities, but how did they get that way? Why do people become narcissists in the first place? Read on to find out.
Get Your Daily DOSE of Happiness Chemicals Infographic
Are you feeling tired, unmotivated, or unable to focus, you could be lacking in the four happiness chemicals known as DOSE.
Burnt Out? From Wilted to Holistic Wellness | Planting Justice
As part of our ongoing education program at Santa Rita Jail, Planting Justice offered a workshop that featured 'Holistic Wellness' for about 30 incarcerated
Understanding Systems of Thinking
Our brains have two ways of thinking. In “Thinking, Fast and Slow” the behavioral economist Daniel Kahneman explains that, “System 1” is quick and automatic, with little or no effort or voluntary…
Brain Trauma Processing Chart: How the Brain
Show Clients, friends, and colleagues how trauma affects the brain and body. Use this chart to teach clients: How the brain and body share a relationship how the brain is constantly scanning for threats and is always ready to fight, flight, or freeze How this scanning to fight, flight or freeze was designed for our pri
Childhood Trauma Alters Neural Responses to Stress
Trauma experienced early in life has been linked to anxiety, depression, obesity, and substance abuse later on. Researchers examining the brain scans of 64
7 Sneaky Things Narcissists Say to Get You Back
Did the narcissist recently discard you and now wants you back? Learn the most common verbal cons of narcissistic spouses, fiancés, and partners of varying ...