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Changing Sense of Identity

    In this Webinar:  Our perception of who we are starts to form very early in our lives. This sense of self is shaped not only from the positive ways we’re seen and treated but from the negative attitudes we’re exposed to in our environment through parental, familial, and societal influences. As adults, in… Read more »

A Way Out of Loneliness

    In this Webinar: Learn about the psychological roots of loneliness. Overcome the critical inner voice that perpetuates feelings of isolation. Challenge the psychological defenses that limit one’s ability to make connections. In the past 40 years, the percentage of U.S. adults who say they’re lonely has doubled from 20 to 40 percent. Recent research has found that… Read more »

How Emotions Guide Your Life

    In this Webinar: “We need to live in mindful harmony with our feelings, not attempt to control them.” – Les Greenberg Emotions guide our thoughts and our actions in countless ways of which we are often unaware. Which emotions we experience, how we experience them, and how we relate to them has a significant… Read more »

Helping Clients Develop Secure Attachment: Online Workshop

    In this Webinar: This two-part online workshop will introduce: Research on how childhood attachment patterns affect clients and their relationships A framework for therapists to use to facilitate clients resolving childhood  trauma A process therapist can use to help clients develop earned secure attachment Cutting-edge neurobiological research findings that therapists can use to help… Read more »

Breaking Free From Bad Relationship Patterns

    In this Webinar:  Identify patterns of recreating past dynamics in adult romantic relationships. Learn how early attachment style influences attractions and behaviors. Understand how people may select, distort, and provoke partners to recreate old, familiar feelings. Recognize the role childhood defenses and the “critical inner voice” play in relationships. Break free of limiting… Read more »

Breaking Bad Habits: The Neuroscience and Psychology of Personal Transformation

    In this Webinar:  Most people have some kind of habit in their lives that they’re either trying to change or want to change. Just because they’ve entrenched in a particular habit doesn’t mean it’s forever. The key to transforming a person’s relationship with exercising, productivity, eating, meditating, and even with stronger addictive behaviors… Read more »

How to Outsmart Panic Attacks

    In this Webinar: Clinical psychologist Dr. Danny Zamir will teach you how to help yourself or your clients to outsmart anxiety and panic symptoms. He will explain techniques to help interrupt the thought patterns and behaviors driving panic responses in order to keep these symptoms from coming back again and again. He will share the… Read more »

Aware: The Science and Practice of Presence with Dr. Daniel Siegel

    In this Webinar:  Dr. Dan Siegel will offer an in-depth look at the science that underlies meditation’s effectiveness. The presentation will teach viewers how to harness the power of the principle “where attention goes, neural firing flows, and neural connection grows.” Siegel reveals how developing a Wheel of Awareness practice to focus attention,… Read more »

Crisis Response Planning for Suicidal Patients: An Introduction

    In this Webinar: A widely-used strategy for managing acute suicide risk is the contract for safety, also known as the no-suicide contract. Despite its widespread use across mental health and medical settings, accumulating consensus is that this approach may be ineffective. Alternative strategies such as crisis response planning or the related safety planning… Read more »