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John Randolph and The Brain Health Book

Today we talk with clinical neuropsychologist John Randolph about his latest book The Brain Health Book: Using the power of neuroscience to improve your life, and some of his own clinical experiences in helping people to better brain health. The Brain Health Book:...

Francesca Marguerite Maximé on trauma and therapy

We talk to trauma-informed mindfulness meditation teacher, couples & life coach, and wellbeing guide in New York - Francesca Maximé. Francesca Marguerite Maximé is a Haitian-Dominican Italian-American Somatic Experiencing Practitioner (SEP), IMTA-accredited...

Dr. Paul J. Leslie and The Art of Creating a Magical Session

Our guest today is psychotherapist and author Dr Paul Leslie who has written a number of books on the topic of therapy and healing, the latest of which is all about the art of creating a magical session. Sounds like fun! So Richard and Matt head down to Aiken in South...

Thedy Veliz and Rita Princi-Hubbard on the sensitive child

Thedy Veliz created The Parent-Child Neuropsychotherapy Protocol™ that provides a framework to address the complex challenges of working with the entire family when a child is exhibiting emotional and behavioral difficulties by encouraging parents to focus on the...

The Parent-Child Neuropsychotherapy Protocol

The Parent-Child Neuropsychotherapy Protocol™ Enroll For Free Thedy Veliz talks about his protocol for parents and children - A neuroscience based approach to better mental well-being for children and families. Free articles and video podcasts around Thedy Veliz's...

The Science of Psychotherapy February 2020

 Free Download For Members: 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 enormous struggle for...

Dr Daniel Siegel talks about the power of showing up

We catch up with Dr Dan Siegel to talk about his latest book The Power of Showing Up: How Parental Presence Shapes Who Our Kids Become and How Their Brains Get Wired that he has co-authored with Tina Payne Bryson. In this book Siegel and Bryson condense some...

What is Freedom?

As often happens via social media, a stimulating quote by Buddhist teacher Ken McLeod found its way into my email box. “What is freedom? It is the moment-by-moment experience of not being run by one’s own reactive mechanisms.” This idea immediately caught my fancy. As...

The Foundational Work of John Bowlby

Barely a month ago, I turned 70 years old, and on this first day of a new year and new decade, I want to reflect on milestones of my clinical and academic professional life. So much has happened during my life time; so much has profound impacts on my life now. [avatar...

Inna Khazan on Biofeedback and Mindfulness

Dr Inna Khazan is a Clinical Psychologist who specializes in the use of biofeedback and mindfulness for a multitude of health related issues including many psychological ones. She is a trainer and supervisor for pre-doctoral and post-doctoral students in biofeedback...

Michael Hoyt on Single-Session Therapy

Michael Hoyt, Ph.D., is an independent psychologist in Mill Valley, CA. He is the author/editor of numerous books on brief therapy, including “Brief Therapy and Beyond”, “Capturing the Moment”, and “Single-Session Therapy By Walk-In or Appointment”. He has been...

Embodied Clinical Truths

Within the somatically-oriented healing community, it is well-known that the body “bears the burden” (Scaer, 2001) as well as “keeps the score” (van der Kolk, 2014), especially with respect to trauma. Unprocessed emotions and other residues of traumatic events...

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, and boom, your...

Implementing a Curiosity Oriented Approach

Implementing aCuriosity Oriented Approach By Richard Hill   Curiosity is something that has excited me my whole life. I am sure a lot of people share my fascination and enthusiasm for curiosity, but what does it really mean to be curious? It’s surprising how many...

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...

Different Patients, Different Therapies

Today Richard talks with Deborah Cabaniss and Yael Holoshitz about their new book Different Patients, Different Therapies: Optimizing Treatment Using Differential Psychotherapuetics. Deborah L. Cabaniss, MD, is Professor of Clinical Psychiatry and Associate Director...

Lisa Dion – Aggression in Play Therapy

  Today we are talking to Lisa Dion from Boulder Colorado. Lisa is an international teacher, clinical supervisor, author, coach and entrepreneur.  She is a Licensed Professional Counselor, Registered Play Therapy Supervisor and is at the cutting edge of her field...

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 I hear is...

Prof. John Dowling

Today we talk to John E. Dowling, who is professor emeritus at Harvard University, and has done extensive research into the neurobiology of vision and is somewhat a pioneer in neuroscience research. We got to chat to him about his new book  Understanding the Brain:...

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