Paris 2015 Congress – Le Congrès International d’Hypnose


The Paris 2015 Congress will be held at the Palais des Congrès in Paris at Porte Maillot, from the 26th to the 29th of August.

They have an exciting program of 300 presentations that brings together 281 participants from over 40 countries. Details of the speaker’s program due this month.

For more information, please visit


ASH 2015 Congress


International Keynote speaker is Professor Mark Jensen and Australasian Keynote Speaker Professor Amanda Barnier.

For more information on their exciting program, please visit


FREE Event on Mindfulness

NPW flyer A5 pdf


Living in poverty has the same effect on the brain as regularly going without sleep – From Salon

An interesting article from Salon.

“You are captured by these monetary issues — how to pay rent, how to pay bills,” Zhao added. “As a result, you’re less attentive to other problems. You neglect other things in life that deserve your attention.”

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Know Your Neuroscience

The New Scientist reviews two books that explores neuroscience for the non-neuroscientist.|NSNS|2012-GLOBAL|online-news

90 Fullarton Rd

We Have Moved

90 Fullarton Rd
After seven fantastic years at 11 Ruthven Ave Adelaide, we are moving to Norwood Health on Fullarton, to make more space for the growing team.

The same happy team will be there from Thursday 17/1/2013, (with some new additions).

See our updated contact details for location detail.



Australian Science Investigates déjà vu

Tricks of The Mind – an article by Amy Reichelt for Australian Science
Have you ever experienced a sudden feeling of familiarity while in a completely new place? Or the feeling you’ve had the exact same conversation with someone before?


Expert on Mental Illness Reveals Her Own Fight


Being Fat is Bad for Your Brain.

Brain and body health are inextricably linked.  An article by Olive Judson from the New York Times.

That, at least, is the gloomy conclusion of several recent studies. For example, one long-term study of more than 6,500 people in northern California found that those who were fat around the middle at age 40 were more likely to succumb to dementia in their 70s. A long-term study in Sweden found that, compared to thinner people, those who were overweight in their 40s experienced a more rapid, and more pronounced, decline in brain function over the next several decades.

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The Trust Gap: Why People Are So Cynical

Psyblog looks at why we have so much difficulty in trusting others.

In one experiment people honoured the trust placed in them between 80% and 90% of the time, but only estimated that others would honour their trust about 50% of the time.