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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:...

Complex Systems

Richard Hill and Matthew Dahlitz talk about complex systems. Here are some of the definitions that Richard talks about - from his book The Practitioner's Guide to Mirroring Hands: A Client-Responsive Therapy that Facilitates Natural Problem-Solving and Mind-Body...

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...

Joseph LeDoux (Part 2)

Today is part 2 of our talk with Joseph LeDoux about the deep history of ourselves. Joseph LeDoux is the Henry and Lucy Moses Professor of Science at NYU in the Center for Neural Science, and he directs the Emotional Brain Institute of NYU and the Nathan Kline...

Joseph LeDoux (Part 1)

Today we talk to singer/songwriter Joseph LeDoux (who also happens to know a thing or two about neuroscience!) about the deep history of ourselves. Joseph LeDoux is the Henry and Lucy Moses Professor of Science at NYU in the Center for Neural Science, and he directs...

Deep Sleep

Some of the research we talked about: Key to Learning and Forgetting Identified in Sleeping Brain How our memories stabilise while we sleep The Brain’s Gardeners: Immune Cells ‘Prune’ Connections Between Neurons The Night Gardeners -- Immune Cells Rewire, Repair Brain...

Spotlight: Agostinho d’Almeida

Our magazine will often highlight an individual in a short piece we call a Spotlight. In this episode we put the spotlight on a remarkable neuropsychotherapist, Agostinho d'Almeida. Agostinho d’Almeida began his journey toward neuropsychotherapy in the late 1960’s...

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

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 person because of other people.” —Zulu folk...