Rick Hanson’s Simple Approach for Taking in the Good
Rick Hanson, the best-selling author of Buddha’s Brain, sets the stage for the need to counteract our brain’s inborn, evolutionary tendency to interpret negative experiences as threats to survival.
Instead, he offers concrete methods for helping people translate positive experiences—both inside and outside the consulting room—into enduring internal resources that are at the core of therapeutic healing.
Rick Hanson, Ph.D., is a neuropsychologist with an interest in the intersection of psychology, neurology, and Buddhism, and an invited presenter at Oxford, Stanford, and the University of California at Berkeley. He’s the author of 15 books, including Buddha’s Brain: The Practical Neuroscience of Happiness, Love, and Wisdom. This clip is taken from his session in our brain science video course:
Brain Science Matters
This series is designed to enhance your clinical skills, speed up healing, and transform your clients’ lives by translating complex concepts like neuroplasticity and brain integration into real world therapeutic procedures. It covers:
- The “how-to’s” of using brain-based therapies for moving clients through trauma, anxiety, and depression more fully and quickly than ever
- Steps for assessing clients’ brain integration, setting therapeutic goals, and conducting sessions based on brain science insights
- Clinical strategies that harness the brain’s ability to rewire itself
- Principles for identifying a client’s “sweet spot” for effective learning, retention, and lasting change
- Gender-based brain differences and which approaches work best with men and women
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