TU74: Mentalizing: A Critical Component For Secure Relating With Guest Tina Adkins (replay)

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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TU73: Building Grit Through Self Compassion with Dr Kristin Neff (replay)

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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TU70: Challenge Your “Busy” Identity – Gain Consciousness Over Your Pace

Do you use a to-do list as a way to justify the need to be busy rather then the other way around?
Idleness can breed discomfort and busyness seems to help to fill in the gap. Learn how conscious busyness and idleness can generate cognitive health and happiness, while unconscious busyness and passivity just adds to the stress trap.

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TU67: A Practical Technique to Calm and Confidence with Guest Richard Hill

Unlock natural problem solving and calm the chaos of your mind using Hill and Rossi’s treatment tips.  The Mirroring Hand technique teaches you to use your natural problem solving to manage stress and anxiety.

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TU65: Sensorimotor Psychotherapy: Tuning Into the Wisdom of Your Body, with Guest Dr. Pat Ogden 

We have unconscious stories about ourselves and the world held in our mind/body.  Sensorimotor psychotherapy helps you be curious about what your body stores & can have a huge impact on your sense of self. Tap into your own mind/body as a deep & abiding source of information and means of finding self-understanding and closer connection. It’s part of growing secure relating with self and others!

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TU64: Mindfulness Meditation with Yoga Therapist Kelly Inselman, Bonus Episode

Enjoy a straight shot of Kirtan Kriya Meditation from Kundalini Yoga Instructor and Therapist, Kelly Inselman. That’s fancy for coolness and calm. Who doesn’t want that? Dive right in and give yourself the gift of practicing along – we guarantee a more regulated nervous system moment. Money back guarantee. 🙂

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TU63: Living with Cancer – The Six Principles of Emotional Healing with Guest Kelly Inselmann

Cancer sucks, no way around it.  Learn how blending the principles of emotional healing and yoga can bring emotional, physical and relational support. No yoga required, the conversation itself is healing, and you’ll also find a bonus mediation made specially for our listeners. Don’t be scared of woo woo, it’s easy and nourishing without any commitment. 🙂

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TU52: Using Mindfulness, Movement and Yoga to Manage Arousal, with Guest Kelly Inselmann

Conquer your stress and worry using the neuroscience-backed techniques in this episode. Not woo-woo, movement and yoga can enhance the depth of your therapy and assist in reducing your upset no matter where you are. Also see the bonus track that accompanies this episode, a 12-minute high-quality meditation that you definitely want to give a try! Don’t be scared, you may be surprised you like it.

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TU52.5: Bonus Episode: Meditation to Reduce Stress and Worry

Neuroscience tells us that learning to manage our arousal through practice benefits our minds and body very quickly. This is a bonus episode designed to go with Episode 52 – this one is a straight 12-minute mindfulness meditation lead by yoga master and psychotherapist, Kelly Inselmann.

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TU40: Meditation And Neuroplasticity Provide a Path To Healing: An Interview With Sarah Peyton

Learn how we can develop a compassionate inner voice to help us move toward self-love, emotional regulation and healing.

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TU39: Getting What You Want From Therapy: The Essentials Of A Therapeutic Relationship

The single best predictor of therapy success-across different therapy models- lies in the relationship between therapist and client. Learn what this means and peek behind the note pad as three psychotherapists talk about love and hate in the therapeutic relationship.

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