Video Courses for Premium Members

Mirroring Hands

Richard Hill and Matthew Dahlitz talk about Mirroring Hands, a therapeutic technique Richard has written about with his mentor Ernest Rossi. This somatic insight into non-conscious states is based on work by Ernest Rossi and Milton Erickson before him, has been articulated by Richard in his latest book for therapists of every stripe to gain this important insight. More than simply a technique, Mirroring Hands is an approach to therapy that we believe will be valuable to your practice.

It’s a Fractal Life

Richard Hill and Matthew Dahlitz talk with Terry Marks-Tarlow about the world of non-linear complex systems and how this relates to therapy and to life. Terry Marks-Tarlow is an expert in non-linear dynamics and fractals as it pertains to mental health and life sciences in general. Join Richard, Matt and Terry on a wonderful discussion about this important perspective on therapy and life.

The Dangers of Dopamine

The Dangers of Dopamine and The Role of Dopamine in Addiction:

Richard Hill takes us through a fascinating look at dopamine in the brain – the systems and the implications for mental health in general but also schizophrenia and Parkinson’s disease in particular. In the final unit of this course Richard talks about the role of dopamine in addiction from a neurobiological perspective. There is a lot to absorb in this course with an hour and a half of video content, and an allowance of 30 min to look at the PDFs and answer the questions.

Understanding Your Operating System

This video course is the first in a series of courses Matthew Dahlitz uses with entrepreneurs and business people to help them overcome barriers and get off plateaus in business and life.  The course outlines the theory behind the consistency theory, our basic psychological needs, and the way we approach or avoid things to satisfy or protect those needs. The full course is a 12 month journey of self-discovery with Matthew, of which this theory course is just the start.

Authors: Matthew Dahlitz
Length: 2 CE hours
Price: Free for Standard subscribers


Cortical Regions

  • Module 1, explores the lobes of the neocortex – frontal, temporal, parietal, occipital – the sensory and motor cortex, the insula and the cerebellum.
  • Module 2 makes a detailed exploration of the frontal lobe, often named the “executive brain”.
  • Module 3, explores the motor and sensory cortices in greater depth and introduces areas of the midbrain – the basal ganglia and the limbic area.

Author: Richard Hill
Lenght: 1 CE hour
Price: Free for Standard members


Basic Principles of Mental Functioning

Basic Principles of Mental Functioning will take you thought the basics of the consistency model of mental functioning and the basic underpinnings of neuropsychotherapy.

Author: Matthew Dahlitz
Length: 1.5 CE hours
Price: Free for Standard members

Neuroscience 101

Neuroscience 101 Part 1 – Development This video session explores the early development of the brain from in utero to early life stages. In preparation for the programs on brain architecture, there is a discussion of the “directional” language used in brain description. The importance and relevance of the timing of neural development helps us to understand how the newborn might experience the world and how this might be relevant in future mental health development.

Neuroscience 101 Part 2 – Architecture This video approaches the brain as a construct of elements. These “areas” of the brain are described separately with their position, structure and domain of performance clearly labelled. These descriptions include the two neural areas that are classed as glands because they lie outside of what is considered to be brain structure – the pituitary and pineal glands. The key of these seemingly unique areas is that are connected, interactive and also integrate into collective regions.

Author: Richard Hill
Length: 1.5 CE hours
Price: Free for Standard members