- Episode 4: Interview with Richard Hill
This episode provides a wonderful interview with Richard Hill. Richard has emerged from a diverse and fascinating journey to become an innovative therapist, speaker and trainer on the mind, brain and the human condition. Richard is a psychotherapist, the President of the Global Association of Interpersonal Neurobiology Studies, an Esteemed Member of the International Council of Professional Therapists. a member of the International Psychosocial Genomics Research Team and is director of the Mindscience Institute in Sydney, Australia. In these capacities, and as a sought after speaker and educator, he is received around the world at conferences and other professional programs.
In this interview Richard discusses his work with the problem of stress and anxiety, which has resulted in his “The Winner-Loser World Theory”, as well as therapeutic ideas involving the “Curiosity Approach: Curiosity for Possibility”, which can aid treatment outcomes for psychotherapists from multiple theoretical orientations. His website is http://richardhill.com.au/home
- Episode 3: Being vs. Doing
When therapists view client behaviors as something that can be altered rather than as a part of the client’s “being”, changes in the client can happen in surprising ways.
- Episode 2: Gaining a Potential Not Pathology Mindset
In this episode we cover four elements which contribute to gaining a resourceful, creative mindset for performing psychotherapy. Having a “potential not pathology” mindset in therapy aids the practitioner in such ways as seeing every client as unique, having flexibility in therapeutic applications, and training oneself to constantly look for client strengths and resources.
- Episode 1: Introduction and Purpose of Podcast
This first podcast gives an overview of the purpose of the series and an introduction of the host. Also briefly discussed is the importance of moving beyond a strict pathology based model of therapy in favor of a model based on finding clients strengths and resources.