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Emotional Rx: Overcoming the Brain’s Negativity Bias

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.

This clip is taken from our popular Webcast Series–The Healing Power of Emotion: New Perspectives, New Approaches. The series features Susan Johnson, Joan KlagsbrunJay EfranRick HansonRon Potter-Efron,and Diana Fosha–clinical innovators who will help you master a variety of new approaches and methods to transform your work with your most challenging cases. Learn more about this very limited time re-release.

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