Author Archives: Psychotherapy Networker

Eugene Gendlin on the Wisdom of the Body

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Parenting Skills: NP0027 – Session 1

Explore with renowned clinician Dan Siegel how applying the latest advances in the neuroscience of child development to clinical practice can have practical implications for parents and families. You’ll discover how therapists can help parents raise calmer, happier children by teaching kids to think and listen before reacting, shifting their emotional states through physical activities, and paying attention to their left brain story-telling.

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

Susan Johnson Shows How Couples Can Heal from the Inside Out

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Offering deep relatedness from the very first session.

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When Is Attachment the Problem

By Rich Simon These days, most psychotherapy conferences are pretty sedate affairs. The rambunctious era in which proponents of competing schools of therapy battled passionately over theory and method would seem to be far behind us. But what most people remember about the 2010 Networker Symposium was a moment of sharp disagreement that galvanized the entire meeting and has continued to fascinate therapists ever since. Read more

Patricia Papernow talks about the double-reality new stepfamilies face and how we can help them.

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Dan Siegel on how to foster a child’s brain integration

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Danie Beaulieu On How to Make Panic An Ally.

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Reid Wilson advocates intentionally triggering panic, in order to master it.

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Integrating Brain Science into Anxiety Treatment

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