From The Marriage Podcast for Smart People by Caleb & Verlynda Simonyi-Gindele | Show unpacks Emotionally Focussed Couples Therapy as developed by Sue Johnson. Released: 2016. Track 94. Genre: Kids & Family.
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Becca speaks about having what she thought was a good job, but not having a voice and not feeling empowered. She talks about a time she stood up for herself with a driver and held him to the consequences she had laid out. From Women Taking the Lead with Jodi Flynn by Jodi Flynn | […]
I’ve been saying “be with me, learn EFT” for a lot of years. I love helping couples and therapists develop security. So in 2011 when Victor Yalom (of Psychotherapy.net fame) approached me about doing a series of training videos showing EFT across time, or more importantly across stages, I thought was a great idea. We […]
Life is definitely jam packed for so many of us these days from work, home chores, kid’s activities, family commitments and so on. One of the challenges as a result of all this is staying truly connected to your partner. Boredom, feeling out of touch, and a seemingly stagnate platonic relationship can easily become the […]
Neuroscientist Matthew Lieberman mentions in this TED x talk that taking Tylenol can help heart ache as he talks about how important our relationships are. And he changes up Maslow’s hierarchy which is pretty big. One of his recent studies showed that the human brain responds to fairness the same way […]
I recently met with Dr. Frank Amthor, a world leading neuroscientist/neurobiologist and author of Neuroscience for Dummies and Neurobiology for Dummies on Talk Time. Frank is currently a Professor and Interim Director of the Behavioral Neuroscience Graduate Program in the Department of Psychology at the University of Alabama—Birmingham where he has taught and conducted research […]
So you’re ready to start your own website. That’s great! Your website is how you’ll connect with the ideal audience we talked about in our last post, “Build Your Practice with Social Media: Ideal Clients”, so you can build your practice and share your passion. And don’t worry—it doesn’t need to be perfect. My website […]
I loved discussing with and interviewing Dr. Lori Schade when she came on Talk Time to share her dissertation, which recently won the prestigious AAMFT Research Award. What she discovered is applicable to every therapeutic model.
So you want to know the key points of attachment theory? R. Chris Fraley gave a great summary in “A Brief Overview of Adult Attachment Theory and Research” (2010), and it boils down to 10 Key Points. Attachment behaviors are adaptive John Bowlby, a British psychoanalyst, wanted to understand why infants experience intense […]
I recently interviewed Stephen Porges on Talk Time. He’s a professor of psychiatry who runs a lab at UNC and formerly directed the Brain Body Center at the University of Illinois, Chicago. Porges is studying technologies clinicians will love, including measuring vagal regulation from a distance, or the heartbeat by video. As Porges pointed out, […]