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Psychotherapy Networker Podcast
64 minutes | Apr 9, 2020
02 Tara Brach - Facing a Pandemic with Radical Compassion
"Our fear is great, but greater yet is the truth of our belonging. And if we can remember to take refuge in that, there is room for fear." - Tara Brach, 2020 Psychotherapy Networker Virtual Symposium Keynote. For more than 30 years, Tara Brach, internationally renowned mindfulness teacher and psychologist, has offered distinctive trainings for therapists that blend the traditions of Eastern meditation and Western clinical practice, integrating both emotional healing and spiritual awakening. Through her bestselling books, including Radical Acceptance and True Refuge, as well as her podcast, which receives over a million and a half downloads each month, her unique voice as a spiritual teacher has enhanced the capacity of people all over the world to bring fuller and more caring attention to issues of violence and hatred, racial injustice, equity and inclusivity, and environmental sustainability. In a culture of contempt that continuously reinforces our evolutionary tendency to create bad others, she’s dedicated her life to showing how deliberate training and practice can provide a pathway toward greater compassion and awareness. She can be found at TaraBrach.com. In this address, she’ll explore how the weave of mindfulness and compassion can undo our primitive, fear-based reactivity, reveal our mutual belonging, and awaken our hearts. This talk was originally delivered live at the 2020 Virtual Psychotherapy Networker Symposium. Registration for next year's Symposium, the most celebrated gathering of therapists in the world, is now open. Register at https://www.psychotherapynetworker.org This podcast brought to you by Helping Sites, professionally and personally designed websites for therapists.
45 minutes | Feb 16, 2020
01 Alexandra Solomon - Helping Clients who are Single, Dating, & Single Again
Alexandra Solomon, PhD (@dr.alexandra.solomon) is associate professor in the Department of Psychology at Northwestern University and a licensed clinical psychologist at The Family Institute at Northwestern University. You can learn more about her new CE Course for clinicians called "Loving Bravely: Helping Clients who are Single, Dating, & Single Again" at PsychotherapyNetworker.org/LovingBravely She is the author of the book Loving Bravely: Twenty Lessons of Self-Discovery to Help You Get the Love You Want (New Harbinger, 2017). Her second book, about sexual self-awareness, Taking Sexy Back: How to Own Your Sexuality and Create the Relationship You Want. Dr. Solomon maintains a psychotherapy practice for individual adults and couples, teaches and trains marriage and family therapy graduate students, and teaches the internationally renowned undergraduate course, “Building Loving and Lasting Relationships: Marriage 101.” Dr. Solomon is a highly sought-after speaker who works with groups like United States Military Academy at West Point, Microsoft, and The American Association of Marriage and Family Therapy, and she is frequently asked to talk about love, sex, and marriage with media outlets like The Today Show, O Magazine, The Atlantic, Vogue, Psychotherapy Networker, and Scientific American. Please enjoy our first try at a podcast with Alexandra Solomon, PhD Follow us on Instagram: @psychnetworker
4 minutes | Jan 16, 2020
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