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Topics on the science of psychotherapy and psychology hosted by the editors of The Neuropsychotherapist magazine. This podcast covers the neuroscience, neurobiology, biology, sociology, brain science, and even the quantum and metaphysical elements that affect our mental well being and how understanding these elements informs the psychotherapist and psychologist. This podcast also serves the readership of The Neuropsychotherapist as we cover the latest articles, news and events we are publishing.

Topics on the science of psychotherapy and psychology hosted by the editors of The Neuropsychotherapist magazine. This podcast covers the neuroscience, neurobiology, biology, sociology, brain science, and even the quantum and metaphysical elements that affect our mental well being and how understanding these elements informs the psychotherapist and psychologist. This podcast also serves the readership of The Neuropsychotherapist as we cover the latest articles, news and events we are publishing.
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Topics on the science of psychotherapy and psychology hosted by the editors of The Neuropsychotherapist magazine. This podcast covers the neuroscience, neurobiology, biology, sociology, brain science, and even the quantum and metaphysical elements that affect our mental well being and how understanding these elements informs the psychotherapist and psychologist. This podcast also serves the readership of The Neuropsychotherapist as we cover the latest articles, news and events we are publishing.

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Episodes

SOP 17: John Arden talk about brain networks (part 2)

1/14/2019
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John Arden, PhD, ABPP has over 40 years of experience providing psychological services and directing mental health programs. Dr. Arden’s most recent book is “MIND-BRAIN-GENE: Towards Psychotherapy Integration”. The book explores recent research in neuroscience and psychology that shows the mind is not one thing, but is composed of ongoing interactions between mental operating networks. For example, chronic inflammation and autoimmune disorders are strongly associated with depression and...

Duration:00:50:24

SOP 16: John Arden talk about brain networks

1/7/2019
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John Arden, PhD, ABPP has over 40 years of experience providing psychological services and directing mental health programs. Dr. Arden’s most recent book is “MIND-BRAIN-GENE: Towards Psychotherapy Integration”. The book explores recent research in neuroscience and psychology that shows the mind is not one thing, but is composed of ongoing interactions between mental operating networks. For example, chronic inflammation and autoimmune disorders are strongly associated with depression and...

Duration:00:33:35

SOP 15: Richard Hill and Mirroring Hands

12/17/2018
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Our very own Managing Editor and of course co-host of this podcast, Richard Hill, is our special guest today as we find out about the philosophy and techniques behind Mirroring Hands. You can find out more about Richard on his website https://www.richardhill.com.au/ You can also get his book from The Book Depository here And don't forget to enter the competition to win a copy of Mirroring Hands! https://www.thescienceofpsychotherapy.com/giveaways/mirroring-hands-giveaway/ Thanks for...

Duration:00:52:45

SOP 14: Rebecca Mannis talks about neuroscience and therapy

12/10/2018
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This week Richard interviews Dr. Rebecca Mannis. Ivy Prep was founded by Dr. Rebecca Mannis, a learning specialist in private practice with 35 years of experience teaching children and adults in New York City and worldwide. Dr. Mannis holds a Ph.D. in Developmental Psychology with a specialization in Neuroscience and Education from Teachers College, Columbia University, and a Masters degree in Reading, Language and Learning Disabilities from the Harvard Graduate School of Education. Her...

Duration:00:45:38

SOP 13: Terry Marks-Tarlow talks complex systems, fractals, and non-linear dynamics for therapists

12/3/2018
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Part 2 of a two part conversation with Terry Marks-Tarlow. She received her B.A. in psychology from Stanford University and her Ph.D. in clinical psychology from UCLA. During graduate school, she was trained primarily in cognitive-behavioral work and sought additional training at the Gestalt Therapy Institute of Los Angeles (GTILA), eventually becoming President. She has received training in hypnosis from Jean Holroyd and Michael Diamond at UCLA’s Neuropsychiatric Institute, plus...

Duration:00:33:41

SOP 12: Terry Marks-Tarlow talks complex systems, fractals, and non-linear dynamics for therapists

11/26/2018
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Part 1 of a two part conversation with Terry Marks-Tarlow. She received her B.A. in psychology from Stanford University and her Ph.D. in clinical psychology from UCLA. During graduate school, she was trained primarily in cognitive-behavioral work and sought additional training at the Gestalt Therapy Institute of Los Angeles (GTILA), eventually becoming President. She has received training in hypnosis from Jean Holroyd and Michael Diamond at UCLA’s Neuropsychiatric Institute, plus...

Duration:00:29:13

Q&A: What neurological changes occur as a result of a relationship with a therapist?

11/19/2018
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Giveaway This Week!: This week we will be giving away 2 copies of The Psychotherapist's Essential Guide To The Brain! Go over to this landing page to enter Giveaway! It's question time again and today we are addressing 2 questions from our listeners: Bob Shebib - What specific neurological and biological changes occur for the client as a result of building a relationship with the therapist? Oxytocin? Dopamine? Reduction of stress hormones?Hillary - when someone experiences trauma in...

Duration:00:28:27

SOP 11: John Arden and Mind-Brain-Gene (Part 2)

11/12/2018
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Dr John Arden is an educator, clinician and prolific writer on topics about mental health, and we were fortunate to catch up with him to chat about his new book Mind-Brain-Gene. He’s the author of 15 books (translated into 20 languages) including, Brain2Brain, The Brain Bible, Rewire Your Brain, and Brain-Based Therapy with Adults. His new book is entitled Mind-Brain-Gene: Toward the Integration of Psychotherapy. He recently retired from Kaiser Permanente where he served as the Northern...

Duration:00:31:49

SOP 10: John Arden and Mind-Brain-Gene (Part 1)

11/5/2018
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Dr John Arden is an educator, clinician and prolific writer on topics about mental health, and we were fortunate to catch up with him to chat about his new book Mind-Brain-Gene. He’s the author of 15 books (translated into 20 languages) including, Brain2Brain, The Brain Bible, Rewire Your Brain, and Brain-Based Therapy with Adults. His new book is entitled Mind-Brain-Gene: Toward the Integration of Psychotherapy. He recently retired from Kaiser Permanente where he served as the Northern...

Duration:00:34:34

Q&A: Borderline Personality Disorder

10/29/2018
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While Richard explores Europe while teaching Mirroring Hands, Matt is on the grindstone churning out some valuable content for you (and he's NOT at all jealous of Richard being in Europe... not at all... really... I mean Matt's got his internet connection and stack of books in his windowless office with a broken aircon unit in 88 degree heat - He's got to be happy with that, or he's just not re-framing his circumstances as he should! No, absolutely not jealous of wandering down beautiful old...

Duration:00:45:02

SOP 9: Micaela Monteiro-Haig talks about 10 non-psychological causes of anxiety and depression

10/22/2018
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Today we talk with Micaela Monteiro-Haig, who is a naturopath, nutritionist, herbalist and eating psychology coach with a special interest in mental health. She practices in Brisbane Australia with a team of psychologists and counsellors. Micaela has a few articles in The Neuropsychotherapist - The Gut as a Key Player in Neurosceince (https://www.neuropsychotherapist.com/the-gut-as-a-key-player-in-neuroscience/), and Understanding PANS & PANDAS...

Duration:00:54:44

Q&A 4: The hippocampus

10/15/2018
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Today we discuss two questions from a listener about the hippocampus and mirror neurons: 1. What is the main purpose of the hippocampus in the limbic area? https://www.neuropsychotherapist.com/the-hippocampus-and-memory-the-binding-of-parallel-cortical-circuits/ Some interesting research touching on the hippocampus: https://www.neuropsychotherapist.com/resynchronizing-neurons-to-erase-schizophrenia/https://www.neuropsychotherapist.com/anxiety-cells-identified-brains-hippocampus/>...

Duration:00:30:11

SOP 8: Kate Cohen-Posey talks about the vagal system, default mode network and more.

10/8/2018
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Today we talk with therapist Kate Cohen-Posey as she addresses topics such as How understanding the ventral vagal social engagement system encourages clients to change their tone of voice. Why should people with social phobia do better knowing about the default mode network? What is the neuroscience basis for distraction techniques? What is the connection between adrenalin and automatic negative thoughts? Kate Cohen-Posey, MS LMHC LMFT, is a licensed mental health counselor and marriage...

Duration:00:47:27

Q&A 3: The Cingulate Cortex

10/1/2018
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Today we are answering a question from Maria Ruberto who says, "I would love to know more about the role of the cingulate cordate/cortex - it's role from the limbic system to PFC in terms especially in the processing of emotions. I am doing some work with clients around how emotions "move" and are translated in the neural cortices. That would be great!!!!" Here's just a few of the resources we have at The Neuropsychotherapist relating to the cingulate cortex... Conservative Brains vs...

Duration:00:22:23

SOP 7: The science of couples therapy with Peter Janetzki

9/24/2018
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We caught up with marriage and couples counselling expert, Peter Janetzki, to talk about the science of couples therapy and how his study of neuropsychotherapy has helped his approach to couples. Peter Janetzki & Associates commenced in 1994 after Peter completed working for Scripture Union Queensland as a Youth Worker. More than a decade and a half later it has become a well known counselling practice throughout the greater Brisbane area, as a team of counsellors who provide quality...

Duration:00:34:48

SOP 6: Bruce Ecker and the science of memory reconsolidation part 2

9/17/2018
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We continue our chat with Bruce Ecker on the topic of memory reconsolidation. Bruce is the co-originator of Coherence Therapy and co-author of the groundbreaking book Unlocking the Emotional Brain: Eliminating Symptoms at Their Roots Using Memory Reconsolidation; as well as other titles such as the Coherence Therapy Practice Manual & Training Guide; and Depth Oriented Brief Therapy: How To Be Brief When You Were Trained To Be Deep and Vice Versa. Clarifying how transformational change takes...

Duration:00:42:39

SOP 5: Bruce Ecker and the science of memory reconsolidation

9/10/2018
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This week we talk to Bruce Ecker, MA, LMFT, who is the co-originator of Coherence Therapy and co-author of the groundbreaking book Unlocking the Emotional Brain: Eliminating Symptoms at Their Roots Using Memory Reconsolidation; as well as other titles such as the Coherence Therapy Practice Manual & Training Guide; and Depth Oriented Brief Therapy: How To Be Brief When You Were Trained To Be Deep and Vice Versa. Clarifying how transformational change takes place is the central theme of Bruce...

Duration:00:25:44

Q&A: The science of mindfulness and the default mode network

9/3/2018
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Kitti from the USA and Graz from New Zealand have both asked if we would talk about spirituality, meditation and imagination. So we thought we would talk a little about what we know. Resources & Links: The neuroscience of mindfulness meditation – Tang Holzel and Posner 2015 Nature Review Neuroscience. This is a lit review and covers a range of papers and studies. Meditation’s calming effects pinpointed in the brain – Diana Kwon, 2017 Scientific American article where they talk about...

Duration:00:53:23

SOP 4: Dan Siegel and the science that underpins his work

8/27/2018
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Our special guest is Dan Siegel, M.D., who many will know as one of the pioneers of interpersonal neurobiology. We discuss his new book, Aware: The Science and Practice of Presence (TarcherPerigee), that is out now, worldwide. The conversation covers a lot of ground from how the book got its title, his practice, the Wheel of Awareness, and an in-depth look at the science that underlies his work. We spend a little time discussing how we can engage an understanding of the science of quantum...

Duration:00:47:26

Q&A: The triune brain and the importance of language.

8/20/2018
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In our first question and answer episode we discuss a few questions from listeners. First up we have a question from physician Alexander von Essen in Berlin, Germany. Alexander asks: "I am very interested in the concept of the 'triune brain' and I would love to hear something about it in your podcast. I consider the concept quite useful." Matthew gives a brief overview of the triune brain model that was developed by American neuroscientist Paul D. MacLean back in the 1960s and became a...

Duration:00:32:08