The Science of Psychotherapy July 2022

100 issues! How about that! Taking on the role of editor has been one of the greatest good fortunes of my career. It is a task but not a chore. I look forward to the next 100. My gratitude for this good fortune and for all the benefits that the Science of...

Jay Noricks talks about parts and memory therapy

We catch up with Jay Noricks to talk about his book Parts and Memory Therapy: The Clinical Guide and his approach to therapy. Find out more at https://partsandmemorytherapy.com/ Learn more as a member of The Science of Psychotherapy! Get access to hundreds of...

Michael Alcée talks about therapeutic improvisation

Michael Alcée, Ph.D. is a clinical psychologist in private practice in Tarrytown, NY and Mental Health Educator at Manhattan School of Music. He specializes in the psychology of artists and everyday creativity and the professional development of therapists....

Julie Lythcott-Haims talks about being an adult

We talk to Julie Lythcott-Haims, who believes in humans and is deeply interested in what gets in our way. Her work encompasses writing, speaking, teaching, mentoring, and activism. She is the New York Times bestselling author of How to Raise an Adult which gave rise...

Michael Cholbi talks about the philosophy of grief

Michael Cholbi holds the chair in philosophy at the University of Edinburgh and is principally involved in researching grief. His recent book My Grief: A Philosophical Guide, is the first book on grief and bereavement from a philosophical perspective. You can find out...

The Science of Psychotherapy June 2022

Some dark and difficult things are besetting the world today. There is war and plague, and many lands are being ravaged by fires and floods, and intense weather. Books are being written, but many authors were predicting this years ago, in both fact and fiction. Still,...

Lynn Lyons talk about the anxiety audit

Lynn Lyons talks about her new book The Anxiety Audit: 7 Sneaky Ways Anxiety Takes Hold and How to Escape Them. You can find out more about Lynn here https://www.lynnlyons.com/ You can pre-order her book here https://amzn.to/3x0jbiy Learn more as a member of The...

Jon Lieff on the secret language of cells

We are excited to have Dr Jon Lieff back to talk to us once again about cellular communication, the wonderful complexity of life and what it all means for psychotherapy. We hope you enjoy listening to Dr Lieff as much as we enjoyed interviewing him! You can find out...

Omar Reda talks about The Wounded Healer

Omar Reda, MD, is a board-certified psychiatrist, a Harvard-trained trauma expert, an author, and a family advocate. We talk to him about his recent book The Wounded Healer: The Pain and Joy of Caregiving. You can find Dr Reda’s book here...

The Science of Psychotherapy May 2022

May has special meaning for me. It is the month of Mother’s Day and my mother’s birthday. These days were a week apart and so my Mum suggested we choose which day to celebrate. She figured she was the centre of attention whatever we chose. She was a wise...

Catching up with Stan Tatkin

Stan Tatkin has a great process for couples therapy, which you can find out about at https://www.thepactinstitute.com/ – and we catch up with him to find out what’s been going on for him and the PACT Institute. Learn more as a member of The Science of...

Catching up with Lou Cozolino

It’s always great to catch up with Lou Cozolino and in this meeting we talk about some of the topics he will be addressing in an upcoming conference in Melbourne Australia, as well as the science of psychotherapy in general. Learn more as a member of The Science...

Jurie Rossouw talks about Resilience

We catch up with resilience expert Jurie Rossouw who talks with us about his work and what it means to be resilient. You can find out more about his work here https://home.hellodriven.com/   Learn more as a member of The Science of Psychotherapy! Get access to...

Thomas Verny talks about the embodied mind

We talk to Dr Thomas Verny about the embodied mind. His most recent book, The Embodied Mind: Understanding the Mysteries of Cellular Memory, Consciousness, and Our Bodies, explores very early memory and the mind and sets out to redefine our concept of the mind and...

The Science of Psychotherapy April 2022

In 1859, Charles Dickens wrote – It was the best of times, it was the worst of times, it was the age of wisdom, it was the age of foolishness, it was the epoch of belief, it was the epoch of incredulity, it was the season of Light, it was the season of Darkness...