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media-audiocourse-tn With Louis Cozolino • 6 Sessions • 6 Optional CE Hours

neuroscienceFind out how understanding the evolution of the human brain from reptilian to mammalian--and the wired-in glitches that resulted--can change your clinical perspective and therapeutic effectiveness.

PNND13-6A Group of Tibetan Refugees Find their Inner Guides

By James Gordon

How do you help 200 teenagers who’ve had to flee their country find a path to peace in a new place? A psychiatrist who’s traveled across the world to help traumatized refugees from Tibet guides them to a source of wisdom and hope within themselves.

PNMA14-3The View from the Trenches

By Martha Teater

While the polemical debates over the new DSM have received widespread coverage, the reactions of ordinary clinicians have yet to receive much scrutiny.

PNMA14-4The Art of Speaking the Unspeakable

By Cloe Madanes

Using humor to help clients reconstruct their problems, even to the point of making parodies of their own dilemmas, can help some them get distance from their woes, learn to take themselves less seriously, and perhaps even gain a bit of wisdom.

PNND13-4Breaking Free of the Habitual

By Ann Weiser Cornell

Most clients have automatic habits of thinking, feeling, and verbalizing experiences that imprison them in a world of gray sameness. How do we help them escape? The most immediate way is to ditch your logical analysis and help them experience a felt sense.

media-audiocourse-tn With Scott Miller • 4 Sessions • 4 Optional CE Hours

prof-development-a410-supershrinksLearn what the most successful therapists do that distinguishes them and how to vastly improve your practice by better understanding your clinical strengths and weaknesses.

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professional development

According to the standard wisdom, the greatest therapists—the “supershrinks”—are born not made. Discover how you can defy this by learning some simple techniques from them that will improve your practice.

PNMA14-2Why DSM-5 Makes Nobody Happy

By Mary Sykes Wylie

From small insignificant beginnings in 1952, when almost nobody read it, DSM has become a kind of sacred literary monster. Today, it’s the most detested and certainly the most debated mental health classification scheme ever devised.

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