Monthly Archives: November 2013

Why Integrative Law Matters for Divorcing Couples: A Conversation With A Psychotherapist

  Kate Scharff,a  Washington D.C. psychotherapist, wrote this comment after reading a recent article of mine about Neuro-Literacy for Lawyers, published  in Family Lawyer Magazine: Kate Scharff on August 6, 2013 at 2:54 pm said: Pauline: I’m a mental health … Continue reading

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Your Tweets Reveal your Psychological Type to Big Business Advertisers

  IBM to test people’s psychology through Twitter posts – The Times of India. We are just that much closer to Aldous Huxley’s Brave New World with the announcement (first published today in the Times of India’s Social Media blog) … Continue reading

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