Tag: Ask The Experts

Dan Siegel Defines the Attributes of a Healthy Mind

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Rick Hanson on Working with the Brain for Lasting Change

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Bill Doherty on handling crisis therapeutic stalemate

Don’t wait until drastic action seems to be the only option. Act as soon as you sense that a client’s progress is leveling off or slipping backwards. Read more

Mary Pipher Shares How To Make Meaningful Change Possible.

In a conversation from our Wisdom series, Mary Pipher talks about the flood of news and information we get about the state of the world: Vivid documentaries about dying coral reefs and polar bears stranded on ice floes, scientific proof of the daily extinction of whole species, and the cascading apocalyptic effects of global warming.
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When Simple Words Lead to Transformation

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Rick Hanson Shares 5 Simple Steps You Can Use Right Away

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Elisha Goldstein On The “Mindful Check-In”

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Margaret Wehrenberg on Mobilizing the Depressed Client.

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Erving Polster on Creativity in Therapy

Gestalt Therapy pioneer Erving Polster is recognized as a master at bringing a quality of immediacy and connection into his work. Here’s a video clip that not only shows Erv in action, but also offers his reflections on how therapists can apply their “natural creativity” in a disciplined and conscious approach with clients.
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Dick Schwartz Demonstrates How to Minimize Reactivity

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