The Science of Psychotherapy May 2020

In the month since writing my last editorial the world has experienced an almost unprecedented turmoil. The covid-19 virus has affected us all, as it infected millions. Sadly, many lives have been lost. It is hard to imagine this extent of loss of life. In my 66 years...

The Science of Psychotherapy April 2020

You could be forgiven for thinking there is nothing else to talk about at the moment other than the outbreak of COVID-19. It is important to be thoughtful and responsive to this international crisis, but it is also important to remember that we live in a complex...

The Science of Psychotherapy March 2020

The Science of Psychotherapy March 2020 Content CASE STUDYSecond Chances: Carl And Cecilia Revisited: A Case StudyRoger Keizerstein FEATUREFrom Shame State to Pro-Being Pride in a Single “Session”Ken Benau INTERVIEWWorking with Attachment & TraumaDr...

The Science of Psychotherapy February 2020

  Free Download For Members: Go to the download Purchase PDF Only: There is so much going on around the world these days, from bushfires in Australia, to political unrest, and the dangerous appearance of a new virus. Getting these issues under control is an...

The Third Wave Psychedelic Renaissance

The Third Wave Psychedelic Renaissance –David Van Nuys Interviews Paul Austin (Transcription by Kat Bautista) Dr. Dave: Well, I’m so glad to have you here. I’ve been doing some psychedelically oriented interviews and after a search on psychedelics,...

The Science of Psychotherapy January 2020

The Science of Psychotherapy January 2020 This issue heralds the beginning of a new year and a new decade. We mark these changes with arbitrary numbers that Romans and religion, among others, have both influenced and manipulated. Even atomic clocks take away or add a...

The School Savvy Therapist

The School Savvy Therapist By Mary M. Eno What Therapists Need to Know About Schools When I ask educators and student support staff, “What should outside therapists know in order to work more effectively with your school?” one of the most common responses...

The Science of Psychotherapy December 2019

The Science of Psychotherapy December 2019 Hard to believe that we are at the change of season again – how fast time flies and yet so much seems to be happening. It is a persistent paradox. Sometimes we seem to be rushing and standing still at the same time. I...

The Science of Psychotherapy November 2019

The Science of Psychotherapy November 2019 Members Download This Issue Recently, I was speaking to a colleague in Colorado and before our serious talk, we shared the usual introductory chat about the weather. For me, it was the first day above 90F/35C, while she was...

Wired to Connect

Wired to Connect: Addiction as an Attachment Disorder By Oliver Morgan “. . . we are born into relationships and come to our own individual identity while resting upon social connectivity.” —Louis Cozolino “A person is a...

The Science of Psychotherapy October 2019

The Science of Psychotherapy October 2019 Members Download Magazine Here There seems to be so much information available nowadays it begs the question: What is interesting? What is of value? I see these as very different questions. Everything has the potential to be...

SoP September 2019

The Science of Psychotherapy September 2019 Subscribers Download Here September is one of my favorite months. It is the change of season that marks harvest on the North and planting in the South. Worldwide it is a time of sowing and reaping, both of which create...

SoP August 2019

The Science of Psychotherapy August 2019 Members Download This Issue Here August has always felt like a transitional month. In the southern hemisphere there is a mad rush to get past winter and move into spring and, in the north, there is a last flurry of summer heat...

The Science of Psychotherapy July 2019

Welcome to the first issue under our new banner of The Science of Psychotherapy. Even though neuroscience is a vital element of the complex system of psychotherapy, it is not the only element. There is so much to learn from the other elements of our biology and the...

The Origin of Mindfulness?

  Members PDF Download Members Text Only Members Audio Not a subscriber? When, over evolutionary time, have human beings stopped doing their usual daily tasks, been overwhelmed by a wondrous, beautiful and irresistible change in the environment that affects all...

Where To Now?

Members PDF Download Members Text Only Members Audio   Reading Course Read this article as a course and gain a certificate after answering some simple questions about the feature articles.  [Content protected for subscribers only] Go to...

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...