YouTube Series on Proactive Neuroplasticity
ReChanneling has produced the fifth YouTube installment on Proactive Neuroplasticity – Challenging Our Self-Destructive Thoughts. In this video, we focus on the trajectory of our self-destructive thoughts that impact our emotional wellbeing and quality of life. They originate with our negative core beliefs generated by childhood disturbance and the adolescent-onset of disorder, which influence our intermediate beliefs to form our ANTs or automatic negative thoughts that underscore our situational fears and anxieties. Installment #6: Resolving Our Negative Moral Emotions will be available on July 1st. LINK
Dr. Mullen is currently advising WeVoice in the development of technological support systems Headquartered in Valencia, Spain, WeVoice is a program of mental health utilizing Adaptive 3D Sound Healing powered by Voice Emotion-AI.
Academia.edu is currently offering two ReChanneling courses: Neuroscience and Happiness: A Guide to Neuroplasticity and Positive Behavioral Change and Social Anxiety in the LGBTQ+ Community.
A Canadian mental health website published Proactive Neuroplasticity and Positive Behavioral Change which we have reposted to the ReChanneling website
… and, of course, everything on the ReChanneling website is constantly updated as the program continues to evolve and flourish.
ReChanneling currently facilitates roughly eight hundred individuals with social anxiety disorder in our two discussion groups. Social Anxiety and Proactive Neuroplasticity and LGBTQ+ Social Anxiety Group.
A third discussion group, ReChanneling: Recovery and Empowerment focuses on proactive neuroplasticity in the pursuit of goals and objectives.
Early this year, Palgrave MacMillan published Dr. Mullen’s “Broadening the Parameters of the Psychobiography. The Character Motivations of the ‘Ordinary’ Extraordinary’” in C.-E. Mayer, P. Fouche, R. van Niekerk, Psychobiographical Illustrations on Meaning and Identity in Sociocultural Contexts, Palgrave-MacMillan, 2022. Available at Amazon and other book retailers.
You can access other publications in the Value of Psychobiography
Mullen’s ‘Enlisting Positive Psychologies to Challenge Love Within SAD’s Culture of Maladaptive Self-Beliefs’ in Springer’s Handbook of Love. Transcultural and Transdisciplinary Perspectives has been uploaded to ResearchGate and Academia.edu. Contact us to request a copy.