TU91: Curiosity – One of the Most Powerful Tools For Connection With Co-host Dr. Ann Kelley

Have you ever just sat back and observed a small child as they learn something new?  There is this profound sense of awe and wonder with each new discovery they make.  Kids are naturally curious.  As adults, we tend to take what we know about the world for granted. But, through the eyes of a child, the world is an exciting mystery just waiting to be discovered!  What if we told you that it is possible to experience that childlike curiosity in your day-to-day life, starting right now? What if we also told you that curiosity is one of the most powerful relationship tools we have?  Curiosity is much more than a quest for knowledge and is not as simple as it seems. 

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Sarah Peyton

TU37: Organizing The Disorganized: Understanding The Elusive Attachment Category

How do we make sense of ourselves when we no longer make sense?

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TU36: The Neuroscience Of Psychotherapy: An Interview With Louis Cozolino

Understand how psychotherapy works and how stimulating brain plasticity enhances its effectiveness

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TU35: Sexuality From A Neurobiological Perspective

Sexologist expert Alexandra Katehakis discusses everything from sex ed to porn. Learn how to build vitality in your sex life!

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Sarah Peyton

TU34: Treating Attachment Disruptions in Adults With David Elliott

Learn the 3 pillars of attachment security and how to heal from the inside-out.
We cover quite a lot in this podcast, especially about treatment, but if that still isn’t enough, these show notes are PACKED with PDF’s of great material offered by Dr. Elliott! Below you will find 4 full PDF handouts about the salient ideas of their synthesis of treatment for adults with attachment disruptions.

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TU33: Adverse Childhood Experiences: A Roadmap To Understanding And Treatment

“Witness Marks” from your biography that predict medical and mental health risk in your future

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TU27: Raising Secure Children With Guest Tina Payne Bryson

New York Times best-selling author Tina Payne Bryson shares her experience as a parent and clinician on parenting with the brain in mind.

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TU25: Ping-Pong vs Catch: Turning Communication from Competition to Connection

The art of listening seems so easy on the surface but often proves challenging in our lives. Listening can create feelings of powerlessness and subordination that makes us act out in ways that we often don’t even recognize. Our brains are anticipation machines! By using two sports visualizations, learn how to turn communication into a game with two winners.

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TU22: Love Letter To Group Psychotherapy

Group therapist tell us why they love group therapy and why it is valuable to their clients

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Sarah Peyton

TU21: Reduce Drama in Your Life – Unpack The Victim Perpetrator Rescuer In Us All

Victim Perpetrator Rescuer? Rigid, self-defeating or even self-satisfying roles can limit our happiness in life at times. Learn more about theses three roles we all carry inside us and how we can transform them to make us stronger and happier. Our Karpman’s triangle infographic will help explain this phenomenon.

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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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