TU 84: Why Do We Over (or Under) React? The Neurobiological Underpinnings of Attachment Categories

Neurobiological differences can be detected between secure and insecure relating, and even between the two organized insecure patterns of attachment (Dismissing and Preoccupied)!  This is cool because we can understand it and begin to gain mastery over our primitive reactions.

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TU32: Mentalizing:Breaking Down A Critical Component For Secure Relating With Tina Adkins

The coolest thing about mentalizing is that it is teachable and can interrupt the transmission of insecure attachment with very low level interventions compared to years of psychotherapy.

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dark side of therapy|Psychotherapy|Group Therapy|Attachment|Mindfulness|Relationships

TU29: Understanding Adolescent Self-Consciousness From A Brain-Wise Perspective

Remember your extreme adolescent self-consciousness? Today’s episode will bring us all up to speed on what’s going on in the teenage noggin and give us ideas about how to handle it.

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Sarah Peyton

TU28: Minding Anxiety: How To Reduce Noise In The System

We explore a three step process for finding relief from continuous worry and anxiety. Don’t let your primitive brain hijack your emotions – this episode goes into more detail about the process of managing worry and anxiety.

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TU23: Building Grit Through Self Compassion with Dr Kristin Neff

Self compassion includes fierce accountability and is essential to psychological health… who knew? Most of us think of it as being soft on yourself, but in this episode our guest will reveal the surprising power and science of self compassion.

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dark side of therapy|Psychotherapy|Group Therapy|Attachment|Mindfulness|Relationships

TU19: Increase Your Cool By Managing Your Ventral Vagal System

Tips and tricks to manipulate your nervous system by increasing perceived safety and disarming the sense of threat- the Polyvagal Theory revisited.

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Sarah Peyton

TU18: Polyvagal Theory: Understanding Irrational Threat Responses in Relationships

How fostering social engagement enhances health and wellbeing

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TU17: The Biology of Motivation and Habits: Why We Drop the Ball

Why do we struggle to break and form habits? The neuroscience behind our fight to form and break habits.

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TU16: Inside The Mind Of Dr Dan Siegel: An Interview

Join us as we talk with the founder of Interpersonal Neurobiology and listen to him explain how the mind doesn’t just exist inside your skull.

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Sarah Peyton

TU15: Decoding The Science Of Interpersonal Neurobiology

Explained in plain speak. Unpack the complicated science behind the brain the mind and secure relating.

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Sarah Peyton

TU12: If It’s Not Good For You, It’s Not Good for Us: Interview With Relationship Expert Stan Tatkin

Healthy relating to your family, partner and friends isn’t always easy. Learn why and what you can do to make it go smoother.

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