Blog – Lire les derniers articles sur le site Psychologues Paris 9

Blog – Lire les derniers articles

octobre 27, 2021Like

A lifetime of challenges: Maddie’s story

Maddie Trueman has defied the odds all her life, with doctors unsure how long she would live due to her cerebral palsy. But this year she survived an operation, not to mention the pandemic, and celebrated a milestone birthday with loved ones My name is Madelaine, or ‘Maddie’. I grew up on a small family farm in rural Nottinghamshire. I have a sister and two brothers (Margaret, Michael and Jamie), I love parties (especially weddings), I am a Taurus, my
Lire plus
octobre 26, 2021Like

The Best Mastectomy Bras for Comfort & Style Post-Surgery

After a breast cancer survivor has had a mastectomy or a lumpectomy, she usually has new needs in a bra — which is where mastectomy bras come in. For the uninitiated, mastectomy bras have special built-in pockets where you can opt to insert a breast prosthesis (a form shaped like a breast) on one or both sides. This can allow you to get a more symmetrical look or to look and feel like “yourself” again, without breast reconstruction surgery, if
Lire plus
octobre 26, 2021Like

The Best Suction Sex Toys That Absolutely Do Not Suck

In the year of lord 2021, we’ve transcended beyond the need for sex toys that merely vibrate or don’t vibrate and have thoroughly graduated into a world where there’s all sorts of cool, toe-curling and impressive sensations that come from our sex toys — beyond the buzzy and rumbly ones (though we love those too!) The latest all-the-rage toy every maker has in their repertoire is the suction sex toy — the most clit-literate (cliterate!) and deeply entertaining of the
Lire plus
octobre 26, 2021Like

Trying to Conceive? Here are Expert-Backed Reasons to Go Public

Trying to have a baby can feel like a secret odyssey, filled with private ups and downs (and concocting believable reasons you’re not having cocktails). If you don’t get the great news you’re pregnant right away, this time can be stressful and isolating.  The truth is — even with a clear picture of what’s going on in your body — conception can take a lot longer than you might think. For 1 in 5 couples, it can take more than
Lire plus
octobre 26, 2021Like

Stimulant vs. Nonstimulant Medication: Decoding the Differences In an Ever-Changing ADHD Landscape

When it comes to ADHD treatment, sometimes it’s best to embrace a multimodal approach—a combination of several tailored, complementary approaches that work together to reduce symptoms. For many people, this ideal combination can include counseling, behavioral therapy, parenting training, a healthy lifestyle, school accommodations, and medication. In terms of ADHD medication, there are two main types: nonstimulant/noncontrolled and stimulant/controlled. While both treat ADHD symptoms, it can be a challenge to figure out which type of medication is better for your child.
Lire plus
octobre 26, 2021Like

I Tried Fascial Stretch Therapy for My Clicking Shoulder—Here’s What Happened

My left shoulder wont shut up. It started off with a few soft clicks, built to a burst of rapid pops and crescendoed in a single lusty crack. Face down on a massage table, Im mortified, but registered kinesiologist Emily Hamiltonwho has hooked her arm around mine to guide that noisy shoulder further backis used to this sort of soundtrack. Bodies can be loud, especially when encouraged to roll in a direction other than their typical forward slump.(Related:4 Stretches to
Lire plus
octobre 26, 2021Like

Kids With Obesity Need Acceptance From Family and Friends, Not Just Better Diet Tips, to Succeed at Managing Their Weight

By Amanda Harrist, Oklahoma State University and Laura Hubbs-Tait, Oklahoma State University Hundreds of programs over the past four decades – from the removal of junk food from school vending machines to Michelle Obama’s “Let’s Move » campaign – have tried to get kids in the U.S. to eat healthier food and exercise more often. But none of these efforts lowered national child obesity rates. In fact, child obesity has continued to increase. This has been particularly true during the pandemic.
Lire plus
octobre 26, 2021Like

The Pandemic Has Made It Even Harder for One in Three Americans to Obtain Healthy, Affordable Food

By Sheril Kirshenbaum, Michigan State University and Douglas Buhler, Michigan State University The Conversation, CC BY-ND COVID-19 has made food access more challenging for many communities. In Michigan State University’s Fall 2021 Food Literacy and Engagement Poll, 31% of the people we talked to said the pandemic had affected their household’s ability to obtain food. This included 28% of households earning less than $25,000, and 38% of those earning more than $75,000 annually. We surveyed 2,002 representative Americans between Aug.
Lire plus
octobre 26, 2021Like

How a Cervical Cancer Diagnosis in My 20s Taught Me How to Live

As told to Liz Sauchelli When I was younger, I wanted to be the next Oprah. As a broadcaster, my mind was always on the next story or package to produce. At 25, after years of freelancing, I’d finally landed a full-time job with health benefits and I felt like I was on my way in life. That changed after a routine visit to a gynecologist when I was diagnosed with stage IIA cervical cancer and told I had to
Lire plus
octobre 26, 2021Like

Princeton Longevity Center Completes New York Location

Princeton Longevity Center, a preventive medicine facility in Shelton, Conn., has completed construction on a new location on the 71st floor of One World Trade Center in New York. The 10,000-square-foot facility includes a 2,000-square-foot image-diagnostic licensing suite with  advanced-technology imaging rooms and a CT scan room. The facility also houses exam rooms, offices, and a fitness room. At the entrance to the suite, a virtual receptionist assists guests with check-in. The project team includes Ware Malcomb (designer; New York)
Lire plus
octobre 26, 2021Like

What is the McGurk Effect? Understanding Illusory Perception

The McGurk effect is all about your perception. It is a perceptual phenomenon. If you divide the speech into two (just for better understanding), there are two parts, visual and auditory. Visual speech can be the lip and mouth movement and auditory is the words and sounds that our lips and mouth produce. What happens in the McGurk effect is that the visual and auditory speech don’t seem to be in sync. Since it is a perceptual condition, there is
Lire plus
octobre 26, 2021Like

5 Habits to Help Support Your Child’s Health Throughout the School Year

Summer can be a wonderful time for kids: no school, no homework, lax rules — they’re living the dream. Then the school year hits and so does the realization that your child is going to be surrounded by other kids and therefore increasing their exposure to germs. While your child may be excited to be back in the swing of things, it’s not uncommon for parents to still feel apprehensive about school, especially when it comes to their child’s health.
Lire plus

Nous vous invitons…

Nous vous invitons à prendre rendez-vous avec un de nos psychologues, psychothérapeutes et psychopraticiens afin de faire un premier pas vers le changement que vous désirez. Si vous désirez obtenir de plus amples informations ou si vous avez des questions, n’hésitez pas à nous téléphoner. Vous pouvez prendre un rendez-vous par téléphone ou en envoyant un email au cabinet des Psychologues de Paris 9 (à l’attention du psychologue ou psychothérapeute de votre choix).

Menu