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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...

The Unspeakable Mind of PTSD with Shaili Jain MD

This week a new experimental treatment that targets the nerve bundles can potentially help patients with neck, upper arm and chest pain. My guest Shaili Jain MD, Stanford psychiatrist and author of the remarkable 2019 book, The Unspeakable Mind: Stories of Trauma and...

SoP 37: PANS / PANDAS Part 2

Micaela Monteiro-Haig The second part of our conversation about PANS/PANDAS with Micaela Monteiro-Haig. Part 2 of our discussion with naturopath, nutritionist, herbalist and eating psychology coach with a special interest in mental health - Micaela Monteiro-Haig. She...

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...

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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