I was very honored to be asked by my good friend Richard Hill to do an interview for Mind Science TV. Richard is currently the Vice-President of the Global Association of Interpersonal Neurobiology Studies, the Director of the Mind Science Institute in Sydney, Australia and a great psychotherapist whose “curiosity-approach” to therapy is something many therapists will want to check out. Richard was kind enough to do an wonderful interview with me here.
Our “interview” was more like a great discussion among friends which could have gone on for hours. We discussed the ground breaking work of Milton Erickson, how excessive focusing on the problem a client brings to us in therapy may actually inhibit healing, book writing and helping clients deal with the challenges of life in creative ways.
I hope you enjoy our discussion.