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PNJF14-3Let’s Look at How the Brain Really Works

By Mary Sykes Wylie

If therapists are going to bring genuine insights—not just soundbites—from neuroscience into the practice of therapy, they need the nuanced, sophisticated understanding of the brain that gifted explicators like Stephen Porges and Norman Doidge offer.

PNJF14-2We’re Less in Control Than We Think

By Brent Atkinson

Most of us put much too much faith in the power of our conscious minds to bring about lasting change. Instead of looking up the higher branches of consciousness, we should be looking down into the nervous system settings that generate impulses and inclinations.

PNJF14-1What’s Ahead in Psychotherapy’s Fascination with Brain Science?

By Rick Hanson

Labeling behavior in fancy neurophysiological terms can make what we do sound more scientifically rigorous than the notoriously fuzzy language of psychotherapy, but how clinically useful is this brain language anyway?

The Impassable Divide

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Can The Circle Be Broken?

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Permission to Sleep

Accepting a Long Road to Love

A woman discovers that giving someone permission to sleep can be a deep expression of love.

Love and Terror

Penetrating the Heart of Evil

Pilgrim's Wilderness

A new book examines how one man, under the guise of religious faith, kept his family isolated in a world of abuse and brutality, and how another family broke boundaries to help them escape.

Grief as a Gift

Carrying on the Legacy of Kübler-Ross

David Kessler has spent his career helping people all over the world deal with death. In the process, he’s learned that—as much as we may resist experiencing it—grief is a gift that helps us heal.

The Black Shadow

Facing the Taboo Issue of Race in the Consulting Room

Raising the issue of race in therapy can help African American clients connect their personal struggles to an enduring cultural legacy that many insist isn’t supposed to matter anymore.

Hearing the Body’s Truth

Three Steps to Connecting to Felt Sense

Although the idea that the mind and body are inextricably linked is widely accepted in our field, many clinicians remain too focused on words to hear the truths that their clients’ bodies have to offer.

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