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Thinking, Fast and Slow—Understanding Our Clients’ Mental Machinery with Daniel Kahneman

Today’s Wisdom: NP0029 – Session 6

Do you or your client need insight into the process of choice and judgement? Join Daniel Kahneman as he provides groundbreaking insight and helps therapists recognize the role of systematic biases in human cognition.

After the session, please let us know what you think. If you ever have any technical questions or issues, please feel free to email

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2 Responses to Thinking, Fast and Slow—Understanding Our Clients’ Mental Machinery with Daniel Kahneman

  1. Laura J Bender says:

    What this work makes me think of is that in looking at certain clients who have had extraordinary success in making positive changes in their lives, perhaps one element that was highly valuable for them was their willingness to put themselves in new situations with enough regularity to create new associations that replaced the old ones. It encourages me to look harder at this aspect of my work in how I conceptualize priorities when setting goals in therapy.

  2. Carol Mc Dermott says:

    I liked this session for introducing me to Daniel Kahneman and his thoughtful book. Labeling our systems is grounding to me; reminding us to look at ourselves (we are our best guinea pigs) is validating. The enduring concept of baby steps can bring us back to what works in therapy to change system I. There is much in this webinar of help and can’t wait to read his book. I feel compassion for the suffering that Daniel experienced in the writing but it apparently was worth it. Clearly it is a labor of love.

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