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Courtney Armstrong and memory reconsolidation

COURTNEY ARMSTRONG, MEd. LPC, is a licensed professional counselor and Nationally Board Certified Fellow in Clinical Hypnotherapy who specializes in grief and trauma recovery. With a career spanning more than two decades, she is the founder of the Institute for Trauma...

Live Each Day with Best-Selling Author Jim McCarthy

I’m struck by the fact that Jim McCarthy’s happiness workshops and his 2019 book, Live Each Day: A Surprisingly Simple Guide to Happiness, lean so heavily on our mortality.  I think many people might initially be shocked to discover that the happiness workshop they...

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...

Predicting Suicide with Artificial Intelligence

The lead article in APA’s July 2019 issue of the Monitor on Psychology is titled “Better Ways to Prevent Suicide.”  It’s the first article in a series titled “More Impact Together,” which will highlight the interdependent ways in which psychologists work together to...

Education and the brain

Richard Hill, Matthew Dahlitz, chat with educator Karen Ferry and International Association of Applied Neuroscience Secretary Jonathan Wills about education and the brain. In this episode Jonathan mentions this video below: You can find Karen's book The Teachers Guide...

Paul Kraus Interview on Trauma-Informed Counseling

I am so impressed by Licensed Professional Counselor Paul Krauss, M.A.  He’s a relatively young 37 years old and yet, he has sought out an incredible amount of post-master’s clinical experience and training.  I’m particularly impressed by his creation of the The...

SoP August 2019

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

Brain Grow with Dr David Collins

This week we talk to psychologist Dr. David Collins who has a great program for schools called BrainGrow (you can find it at http://braingrow.com.au/). We talk about how Dr. Collins is using an understanding of neuroscience to help children in their social, emotional...

AEDP with Diana Fosha and Marion Swetenham

Today we talk with Diana Fosha, PhD, who is the developer of AEDP (Accelerated Experiential Dynamic Psychotherapy), a healing-based, transformation-oriented model of psychotherapeutic treatment. We also talk with Marion Swetenham who owns the Mindful Directions...

Marketing with Nick Tadic

We have spent years learning about human behavior, developing our counseling skills, getting the right qualifications and registrations, but we don't always learn that much about business. And if you are in private practice you are a business owner! One of the really...

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...

The Globalization of Psychotherapy and Associated Research

Neuroscience is one of the most exhausting areas in research and one of the most complicated and difficult to understand. The complexity of the human brain, how it is structured and how this structure and function is reflected on our behavior, personality and choices...

SoP 39: Trauma, Therapy, and Natural Lifemanship

This week Richard and Matt talk to Tim Jobe and Bettina Shultz-Jobe from Natural Lifemanship - an equine-assisted psychotherapy practice in Texas that's helping people and horses together recover and thrive. Tim Jobe, BS has witnessed powerful transformations and...

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...

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...

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