Reviewed By: Andrea Juhan Ph.D. My Review: This book is about the things in our mind that we do not see or know about, the bias we have, and early imprints that shape all our decisions. It not about being a good or bad person it’s about how the mind works in ALL people. Bolstered…
Kathreen Doling Singh, speaks on the value of grace and awakening as key aspects to her spiritual life.
Dr. Janina Fisher shares with you 3 interventions drawn from neurobiologically-oriented therapies for working with shame.
Professor Paul Gilbert on strengthening the mind through the power of self-compassion.
Janina Fisher speaking in the attachment field on stress, dysregulation, and trauma in parenting and education.
Watch as Janina Fisher, Ph.D., walks you through one technique of treating an ashamed patient.
Paul Gilbert describes how compassion is important for when we are facing difficulties in life and people we don’t like.
Explore the science of compassion and how putting this into practice to creates happier lives for ourselves and others.
Dr. Pat Ogden, founder of the Sensoral Motor Psychotherapy Institute, shares ways our physical motion changes moods, emotions, and perception.
Pat Ogden on how body posture and the way you move through the world can influence your well-being.