Receptive Presence

When Richard asked me for some thoughts about important directions, about what comes next, I began thinking with the sense of how much relational neuroscience has offered us in the last few decades.

The Neuropsychotherapist Volume 7 Issue 6

Welcome to the beginning of something exciting for all of us at The Neuropsychotherapist. We are at a “phase shift”. You will have noticed that we have been quietly broadening our scope of articles and authors over the past 6 months or so to reflect the...

Flavio Cannistra

Members PDF Download Members Text Only Members Audio Where in the world are you based? I live close to Rome, Italy, but I am fortunate to work all around the Bel Paese. This is an affectionate term for Italy that simply means “beautiful country” and can be...

Trancework

[Content protected for subscribers only] RH: Michael, thank you very much for writing Chapter 4. It has triggered a lot of interest and fascination and it’s given us at The Neuropsychotherapist a really good reason to bring you in to our little neck of the...

The Neuropsychotherapist Volume 7 Issue 5

THE NEUROPSYCHOTHERAPIST Volume 7 Issue 5 (May 2019) ISSN 2201-9529 Welcome to what is often described as “the merry month of May”. Whether it is from Thomas Dekker’s poem in 1599 or James Jones’ book in 1971 or even Stephen Foster’s song...

Worried?

Science investigates some of life’s common concerns by Lise Johnson and Eric Chudler Read this article along with the rest of the issue as a course and gain 2 hours credit:[Content protected for subscribers only] Go to course   An excerpt from the book of...

A Quantum Field Theory

Read this article along with the rest of the issue as a course and gain 2 hours credit:[Content protected for subscribers only] Go to course   Editor’s Note: Ernest and Kathryn Rossi present their second article in their Leading Edge exploration of quantum...

Catching The Wave

Read this article along with the rest of the issue as a course and gain 2 hours credit:[Content protected for subscribers only] Go to course   “Jessie” was in her late 60s, a single, never married woman who worked caring for animals. At the time of...
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