Scott Boyd, NCC, LPC

21 Flips | 3 Magazines | 1 Like | 2 Followers | @ScottBoydr0ro | Scott Boyd is a secondary school counselor, as well as owner of his private online counseling clinic at thecounselorsinn.com.

Meditation & the Science Behind Why it Works.

<i>That yoga and meditation “work” to help free us from the suffering-inducing habit patterns of the mind is supported by millennia of qualitative data.</i> …

Today you are one step closer to a new you where you feel empowered and on a positive path to growth and well-being.<p>As a solution-focused therapist, …

Child Care

A Passion for Now: How 10 Minutes Will Improve Your Work and Your Life

It can be difficult to slow down and focus on the present moment, but more companies are making it a priority for their employees. Here's why you should too.<p>There's only one thing that we all have in common: No matter our social status, job, emotional state, or geographical location, we are all …

Mindfulness

Today you are one step closer to a new you where you feel empowered and on a positive path to growth and well-being.<p>As a solution-focused therapist, …

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Top tips for how to run without pain<p>What are the benefits of breastfeeding?<p>What this mom who discovered a lump while breastfeeding wants you to …

Health Care

Things 21st Century Teachers Should Be Able to Do

November 29, 2014<br>Today as I was wading through my bookmarks I came across this resource which I have saved awhile ago. This is a chart featuring what …

Study: Loneliness Isn't A Symptom, It's A Disease

The holidays are traditionally seen as a time of togetherness, but for many people they are just the opposite. For the millions who experience ongoing loneliness, the holidays are reminders of social connection they lack, with the effect of deepening their darkness. Since loneliness often …

New Research Proves That Not Only Does Meditation Calm You Down, It Actually Alters Your Brain

Many people swear by meditation and mindfulness exercises as a way to increase happiness and peacefulness, but now Harvard researchers have …

Mindfulness

Today you are one step closer to a new you where you feel empowered and on a positive path to growth and well-being.<p>As a solution-focused therapist, …

Today you are one step closer to a new you where you feel empowered and on a positive path to growth and well-being.<p>As a solution-focused therapist, …

7 Scientifically Proven Benefits Of Gratitude That Will Motivate You To Give Thanks Year-Round

It’s that time of year where many people begin thinking about everything they have to be thankful for. Although it’s nice to count your blessings on Thanksgiving, being thankful throughout the year could have tremendous benefits on your quality of life.<p>In fact, gratitude may be one of the most …

The Science of Office Design

6 min read<p>Opinions expressed by <i>Entrepreneur</i> contributors are their own.<p>Revelations in the realm of neuroscience, social science and behavioral science are all having a profound influence on workspace design. As researchers continue to pinpoint the cognitive impact of individual architectural …

Behavioral Sciences

How Do We Find Meaning in Life?

Human beings certainly gravitate to religion and it seems we all have an tendency to believe in some sort of karma. Your mind may <i>require</i> meaning. …

Happiness

Peanut butter sniff test confirms Alzheimer’s

A dollop of peanut butter and a ruler might be a way to confirm a diagnosis of early-stage Alzheimer’s disease.<p>Jennifer Stamps, a graduate student in …

Alzheimer's Disease

Why Saying Is Believing — The Science Of Self-Talk

From the self-affirmations of Stuart Smalley on <i>Saturday Night Live</i> to countless videos on YouTube, saying nice things to your reflection in the mirror is a self-help trope that's been around for decades, and seems most often aimed at women. The practice, we're told, can help us like ourselves and …

10 Steps To Conquering Information Overload

We’ve all heard the phrase “information overload.”<p>It reminds us of tweets, texts, emails, the endless stream of interesting articles on Facebook, those viral videos we can’t help but click on, the numerous phone photos and videos we take, Secret posts, fleeting Snapchat photos and more.<p>But actually …

Neuroscience: How to Become Immune to Stress

New research shows that exercise really does combat the ill effects of workplace stress.<p>Most people intuitively understand that exercise can improve your mood, but it was only last week that scientists figured out how it works. Their findings are of enormous importance to everybody who experiences …

Neuroscience