The Science of Psychotherapy September 2021

Can we stay connected during these periods of covid-19 isolation? Carol spent this morning taking very special care of me. It began when a bagful of cumquats was left at her doorstep by a friend. She decided to make me some of her signature marmalade. I don’t...

Dr Chanté DeLoach talks about telehealth

; We had the good fortune today to talk to Dr Chanté DeLoach, or “Dr. D” as she is affectionately known, who is a licensed clinical psychologist and author of the new book “How We Practice Therapy Now”. For more about Dr DeLoach you can...

Erin Bulluss talks about Autism

Dr Erin Bulluss, PhD., talks to us about her practice as a clinical psychologist and an autistic who works with autistic clients. You can find out more about Dr Bulluss at her website https://www.samsonandbulluss.com/ She also mentioned to us her writings on the...

Giveaway! Choices: Interviewing & Counselling Skills

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Alena Pribyl talks microbiome

As part of a documentary series we are producing we talked to Dr Alena Pribyl from Microba in Brisbane, Australia, about the gut microbiome and specifically what this has to do with mental health. She was so interesting we just had to get her on the show for all to...

The Science of Psychotherapy August 2021

I recently saw a post at space.com, titled “How many atoms are in the observable universe?” The author, Harry Baker, presented a compelling case which takes into account the 13.8-billion-year age of the universe, the 300 million years before light existed,...

Book Giveaway – How We Practice Therapy Now

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Andrew Thomas talks about the Rainbow Map

Andrew Thomas (MBACP in the UK) has developed a tool he calls the Rainbow Map that is being used by therapists in many modalities for trauma and anxiety. Richard Hill meets Andrew and talks about the development and use of this rather useful therapeutic tool. To find...

Remember more by taking breaks

Longer breaks during learning lead to more stable activation patterns in the brain We remember things longer if we take breaks during learning, referred to as the spacing effect. Scientists at the Max Planck Institute of Neurobiology gained deeper insight into the...

Giveaway – 101 Trauma-Informed Interventions

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Long COVID and Mental Health with Dr John Arden

Today we catch up with long-time contributor and friend Dr John Arden and talk about the long term mental health impacts of COVID-19. It was a long conversation so we give you a 30min segment here, but if you want to listen (and watch) the entire conversation please...

The Whole-Brain Child Book Giveaway

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Dr Carl Erik Fisher talks addiction

Dr Carl Erik Fisher is an Assistant Professor of Clinical Psychiatry at Columbia University, where he teaches topics related to psychiatry, law, ethics, neuroscience, and society. He also has a private psychiatry practice, primarily focused on substance use problems...

Brain functional connectivity in Tourette syndrome

Tourette syndrome, a neurodevelopmental disorder, causes motor and phonic “tics,” or uncontrollable repeated behaviors and vocalizations. People affected by Tourette syndrome can often suppress these tics for some time before the urges become overwhelming,...