We've gathered Psychotherapy Networkers most popular video posts.
How Being Calm and Collected Gets Us Connected
In this brief video clip, child psychologist and Symposium 2016
presenter Martha Straus discusses the benefit of using co-regulation with a young client in trouble.
David Burns on the Paradox of Resistance
According to expert David Burns
, author of When Panic Attacks
, the biggest barrier to treating anxiety successfully is recognizing how clients covertly hold onto their symptoms, even when it causes them enormous distress. In this video
, David explains how he addresses outcome and process resistance in a way that quickly leads to meaningful and lasting change.
James Gordon on Healing without Antidepressants
Depression is not a disease, so the promise of antidepressants as a cure just doesn’t hold water. That’s the assessment of James Gordon, M.D. and he should know. Jim is the author of Unstuck: Your Guide to the Seven Stage Journey out of Depression.
Zindel Segal on Helping Clients Take The First Step
What’s happening when a client suffering from symptoms of depression is willing to follow the therapist’s voice with eyes closed? According to Zindel Segal—expert on mood disorders—that simple act is a commitment to choicefulness and a first step towards shifting the perceptions that make depression so hard to shake.
Rick Hanson on 5 Simple Steps to Use Right Away
Our brains are very good at learning from the negative—that's what helped our distant ancestors learn what to avoid of they wanted to stay alive. But it interferes with our lives today when we react to stressful situations as if they were life and death. They're usually not.In this brief clip, Rick Hanson, author of Buddha's Brain and Hardwiring Happiness, walks us through surprisingly simple steps that can shift our memory systems to internalize positive experiences and states with equal efficiency.
Rick Hanson on Working with the Brain for Lasting Change
People seek us out because they want change. Some clients want to be less anxious or less depressed, some want to be better able to control themselves in interactions with other people, and others seek greater self-knowledge or an open-ended existential exploration. But for someone to change, their brain must change too.
Joe Bavonese on how to make your website a magnet for new clients
What if you could immediately to make your website more compelling and more effective in helping potential clients connect with you? Joe Bavonese, marketing communications expert, the first thing prospective clients want to know when they visit your website is "Can you help me with my problem?" Check out this quick video, where Joe shares a simple 4-step formula that answers that all-important first question right away, and gives people additional concrete reasons to contact you now.
Lynn Grodzki On An Opportunity Presented From Tough Times
In this quick clip, Lynn Grodski invites us to think entrepreneurially about how to make the most of just one of the new opportunities she sees in today’s rapidly changing mental health marketplace.
Casey Truffo On Structuring A Therapeutic Intensive
With some clients, issues, or circumstances, an hour is not quite enough time to dig in. That’s why it’s great to have an “Intensive Option.” Think of the “Intensive Option” as a 3-hour mini-retreat providing focused attention on issues your clients are highly motivated to resolve. It's the kind of experience clients increasingly want
The Challenge of Preserving Individuality in Marriage
With all the common elements inherent in most marriages—a shared living space, shared finances, and by some accounts, shared behaviors and mannerisms—it can be easy to view married partners in terms of how they act together rather than separately.
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