How Does Attachment Impact Trauma?

  Relationships can play a crucial role after a traumatic experience. And yet, some clients simply lack the kind of secure, healthy relationships that would help them heal more quickly. So how can we build secure attachment after trauma, even if the client has...

SoP 29: Michael Yapko

  Richard Hill talks to Dr. Michael Yapko and has a facinating talk about his work Trancework : An Introduction to the Practice of Clinical Hypnosis now in it’s 5th edition.     Michael D. Yapko, Ph.D., is a clinical psychologist and marriage and...

Seeds: 5 Keys To Living Well

Seeds: 5 Keys To Living Well with John Arden (2 hours) In this course you will learn: What are the 5 areas every therapist needs to be monitoring with their clients. How these 5 areas interact and intertwine with one another. The impact of contemporary Western...

How does neuroscience help us understand trauma?

Hi, How can the latest revelations from neuroscience help clients recover from trauma? That’s a question that the top experts are about to take up in the first free broadcast of NICABM’s Treating Trauma Master Series. You’ll get insights from: Dan...

SoP 28: Quantum Physics and Psychotherapy

  Richard and Matthew chat about the interplay of quantum physics in psychotherapy.     In our most recent issue of The Neuropsychotherapy we feature 2 articles that touch on some quantum understandings of the human condition. The area of quantum...

Volume 7 Issue 4 Reading Course

Volume 7 Issue 4 short reading course Catching The Wave; Worried? Science Investigates Some of Life’s Common Concerns (1 hour) In this course you will learn: What is pro-being pride Implementing memory reconsolidation in a session How to follow clinical...

“What is Apoptosis?”

This 3D medical animation explains the functioning of the extrinsic and intrinsic apoptotic pathways. We start off by taking a look at the important role apoptosis plays in growth and development as well as removing DNA damaged cells. Then we see how activation of the...

Milton H. Erickson’s Paths of Effective Psychotherapy

Members PDF DownloadMembers Text Only Members Audio   In this update of Milton H. Erickson’s classic paper, “The Burden of Responsibility in Effective Psychotherapy” (Erickson, 1964/2008), commentaries by Ernest Rossi and Kathryn Rossi, with...

Mind Melding: Understanding the Connected, Social Brain

Parents may often feel like they are not “on the same wavelength” as their kids. But it turns out that, at least for babies, their brainwaves literally sync with their moms when they are learning from them about their social environment.

A Quantum Field Theory (Audio Version)

Editor’s Note: Ernest and Kathryn Rossi present their second article in their Leading Edge exploration of quantum physics and the science of psychotherapy. Their first article appeared last year in our September issue. In this article we are introduced to new...

Catching the Wave (Audio Version)

“Jessie” was in her late 60s, a single, never married woman who worked caring for animals. At the time of the session I will describe below, Jessie and I had been meeting in mostly bi-monthly psychotherapy for 2 years, 2 months. Originally, Jessie came to...
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