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

TU10: The 7 Circuits of Emotion: What Animals Can Teach Us about Human Relating

Get your squeak on! The rat tickler’s research on human emotions.

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Sarah Peyton

TU09: Minding Your Relationship: Three Mindfulness Exercises to Practice With Your Partner

Learn specific tips on engaging with your partner that can immediately increase relationship satisfaction for both of you.

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therapeutic relationship

TU08: Understanding Emotional Triggers: Why Your Buttons Get Pushed and What To Do About It

Therapists explain the neuroscience behind emotional over-reactivity.

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

TU04: A Simple Technique to Reduce Stress and Worry: Mindful Awareness Practice in Action

This is a very short episode that demonstrates a simple but very powerful technique that improves neural integration and reduces stress

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Sarah Peyton

TU03: Different Sex Drives: Are We Screwed?

Most couples don’t match up perfectly when it comes to their sexual desires. What happens next? Understanding sexuality, emotions and sexual desire in long-term relationships can help keep the fires burning and help keep conflict, or drift, at bay.

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therapeutic relationship

TU02: Brain Science 101: How Understanding Your Brain Can Improve Your Relationship

Learn how to outsmart your brain and steer towards security. We will unpack the three specific brain structures that affect our sense of well-being and our relationships.

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