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Rick Hanson on Working with the Brain for Lasting Change

People seek us out because they want change.

Some clients want to be less anxious or less depressed, some want to be better able to control themselves in interactions with other people, and others seek greater self-knowledge or an open-ended existential exploration.

For someone to change, their brain must change too. And memory systems have to be harnessed to positive states in order for that change to become permanent.

In this quick video, Rick Hanson does a brilliant job of explaining how you can harness the brain’s ability to lay new neural pathways and become more effective in helping your clients make the lasting changes they seek.

Don’t miss this one. Rick’s explanation is clear, compelling and, best of all, actionable.

Want to know more?
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Watch & Learn

Want to use brain-based therapies to increase your positive outcomes? This video course—Brain Science Matters—gives you proven practical approaches from the field’s leading brain science innovators to start using right away. Check out this 6-session online video course now.

Read & Learn

Love to Read? This issue of the magazine is dedicated to untangling brain science. Read it now—absolutely free.

Earn 2 CEs for $25—read the magazine; then take the quiz.


Turn Passing Experiences into Inner Strength. Read Rick Hanson’s article right now.

Teaching the Brain to be Strong. Read Rick Hanson’s article right now.

What’s Next for Brain Science and Psychotherapy? Read Rick Hanson’s article right now.

From our Friends at PESI

Want to learn about the neuroscience of happiness, love, and wisdom? Check out this seminar, book, and audio package on Buddha’s brain right now.

Want to understand the brain science behind positivity? Check out Rick Hanson’s book and DVD on hardwiring happiness right now.


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One Response to Our Bottom Line Responsibility as Therapists

  1. Rick Hanson’s short clip was succinct, interesting and clear and encouraged me to join the webinar for this series. I am an avid fan of the Networker from Melbourne Australia and the webinars are a perfect way for me to keep inspired and up to date with current research and trends. Thank you especially to Rich Simon for his excellent facilitation Lyn Benson psychologist Melbourne Australia

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