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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 am...

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Wired to Connect

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

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SoP August 2019

The Science of Psychotherapy August 2019 August has always felt like a transitional month. In...

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The Parent-Child Neuropsychotherapy Protocol™

A Relational and Developmental Neurogenomics Approach To Working With Youth and Their FamiliesPart 1   Members PDF Download Members Text Only Introduction The Parent-Child Neuropsychotherapy Protocol™ (the protocol) (Dahlitz & Hill, 2019a, 2019b) provides a...

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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...

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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...

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Where To Now?

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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.

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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 importance of...

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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 traced back...

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The Caring Observer: Creating Self-Compassion Through Psychodrama

Members PDF Download Members Text Only Members Audio The concept of the “observer” is well established in science and also in society. It carries the tone of “separate” and “disconnected” and “apart from” what is being observed. This dissociated quality of observation...

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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 sung by Nelson Eddy, it is...

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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: [wlm_private "1 Year Subscription|3 Year Subscription|NPT Standard|NPT Premium|NPT Standard...

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Catching The Wave

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The Neuropsychotherapist Volume 7 Issue 4

THE NEUROPSYCHOTHERAPIST Volume 7 Issue 4 (April 2019) ISSN 2201-9529 discovered that I am writing this during the celestial equinox. This is one of only two times during the year when day and night are of...

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The Power To Change

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The Neuropsychotherapist Volume 7 Issue 3

THE NEUROPSYCHOTHERAPIST Volume 7 Issue 3 (March 2019) ISSN 2201-9529 elcome to our March edition when the world makes its shift of seasons to autumn in the southern hemisphere and spring in the north. What...

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The Neuropsychotherapist Volume 7 Issue 2

THE NEUROPSYCHOTHERAPIST Volume 7 Issue 2 (February 2019) ISSN 2201-9529 am always a little surprised to find that February has arrived. It convinces me that the new year is in full swing. There is so much...

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Addiction

Addiction John Falcon Read this magazine as a course and get 2 hours credit as part of our certificate program. Members can use your coupon code [wlm_private "1 Year Subscription|3 Year Subscription|NPT Standard|Staff|NPT Premium|NPT Standard Monthly|2 Year...

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Bringing the Body into the Therapy Room

Bringing the Body into the Therapy Room Sophia Davis Read this magazine as a course and get 2 hours credit as part of our certificate program. Members can use your coupon code [wlm_private "1 Year Subscription|3 Year Subscription|NPT Standard|Staff|NPT Premium|NPT...

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Why Does My Brain Hate Me

“Why does my brain hate me?” Resistance as relearning Derrick L. Hassert   Read this magazine as a course and get 2 hours credit as part of our certificate program. Members can use your coupon code [wlm_private "1 Year Subscription|3 Year Subscription|NPT...

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The Neuropsychotherapist Volume 7 Issue 1

Welcome to the New Year and the first issue of The Neuropsychotherapist for 2019 under our exciting new brand, the Science of Psychotherapy! This year promises to have an international flavor that I’m sure will both fascinate and intrigue you.

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The Neuropsychotherapist Volume 6 Issue 12

THE NEUROPSYCHOTHERAPIST Volume 6 Issue 12 (December 2018) ISSN 2201-9529 suggested to Matthew Dahlitz, our Editor-in-Chief, that we could, now and again, devote an entire issue to an organisation,...

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Mind-Brain-Gene: Toward Psychotherapy Integration

Mind-Brain-Gene describes the feedback loops between the multiple systems contributing to the emergence of the mind and the experience of the self. In so doing, it explains how our mental operating networks “self”-organize, drawing from and modifying our memory systems to establish and maintain mental health. This book synthesizes the research in psychoneuroimmunology and epigenetics with interpersonal neurobiology and research on integrated psychotherapeutic approaches.

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Departments

Fear never rests…

Most people’s bogeyman … is the unknown! The unknown is a dark, empty place, like an abyss where one cannot see the end … as the unknown is scary, there are people who prefer to stay in a situation they already know

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Couple Rescue Skill-Builder (free resource)

COUPLE RESCUE SKILL-BUILDER Communication Skills for Restoring and Maintaining Togetherness Robin Ticic and Bruce Ecker are offering a free, short, powerful self-help handbook for couples that concisely guides development of mindfulness, mutual respect and loving...

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Marketing Tips With Nick Tadic

The Science of Psychotherapy has a partner digital media specialist, and his name is Nick Tadic. Not only is he a super nice guy, but he knows a lot about digital marketing and is helping us, and hopefully will help you, in our digital marketing efforts. So to this...

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Care Sought & Unmet Is Shaming

Shame and pride serve many intrapersonal and interpersonal functions, and understanding how best to work with each in psychotherapy, particularly with survivors of relational trauma (see Schore, 2001), is essential. This is part of a series of posts that have been...

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It’s so much easier being yourself

The following session took place one year, 4 months into my therapy with “Clay”. Clay is a very attractive, always well-coiffed, intelligent, articulate man in his mid-50s who originally sought therapy to determine if he “had ADHD”.  However, we quickly focused on...

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Where To Next?

Photo by Taylor Nicole Where to next? This question spurs my curiosity.  Like explorers searching for new frontiers, the counseling and psychotherapy field is at a critical moment in its history. We have moved from narrative descriptions of client scenarios to inform...

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Future of Psychotherapy

Psychotherapy is currently burdened with fragmentation of models, theories, and interventions. Psychotherapy requires an integrative framework rooted in the expanding sciences of developmental psychology, neurobiology, medicine, and medical illness. The future of...

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Synthetic Speech Generated from Brain Recordings

-AMAZONPOLLY-ONLYWORDS-START-Gopala Anumanchipalli, PhD, holding an example array of intracranial electrodes of the type used to record brain activity in the current study © UCSF-AMAZONPOLLY-ONLYWORDS-END- -AMAZONPOLLY-ONLYWORDS-START-New technology is a stepping...

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How Blindness Shapes Sound Processing

Research uses functional MRI to identify two differences in the brains of blind individuals — differences that might be responsible for their abilities to make better use of auditory information.

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Be “session ready” for your most challenging clients

What if you could always be “session ready” with your most challenging clients using the latest cutting-edge information on treating trauma? This is why having access to the most current thinking on trauma is so critical. The final day to own the entire Treating...

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Brain Marker for Angry Dreams

Researchers have identified a pattern of brain activity that predicts anger experienced during dreaming, according to a new study of healthy adults published in JNeurosci. The research could potentially inform efforts to understand the neural basis of the emotional content of nightmares, a feature of various mental and sleep disorders.

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Helping Clients Tolerate The Intolerable

One of the most difficult parts of working with trauma is managing the painful sensations and emotions that can rattle a client during treatment. So how do we help clients tolerate the intolerable? This question opens the agenda in this week’s free session of the...

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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...

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