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In an interview with PARADE Magazine, Inna Khazan, author of BIOFEEDBACK AND MINDFULNESS IN EVERYDAY LIFE:  PRACTICAL FE...
03/11/2022
'Worry Burnout' Is Running Rampant During the Pandemic—Here Are the Signs You're Suffering From It, and What to Do

In an interview with PARADE Magazine, Inna Khazan, author of BIOFEEDBACK AND MINDFULNESS IN EVERYDAY LIFE: PRACTICAL FEEDBACK FOR IMPROVING YOUR HEALTH AND PERFORMANCE (https://WWNorton.com/rd/BMEL) shares practical tips for confronting worry burnout.

“Rather than wasting energy on trying to control or stop worry, and then beating up on ourselves for not being able to do it, allow yourself to engage in a self-compassion practice.”

Parade.com has an extensive editorial partnership with Cleveland Clinic, consistently named as one of the nation’s best hospitals in U.S. News & World Report’s annual “America’s Best Hospitals” survey. Click here to learn more about our health reporting policies.As the COVID-19 pandemic co...

NEW from The Science of Psychotherapy editors Richard Hill and Matthew Dahlitz, THE PRACTITIONER'S GUIDE TO THE SCIENCE ...
03/08/2022
The Practitioner's Guide to the Science of Psychotherapy

NEW from The Science of Psychotherapy editors Richard Hill and Matthew Dahlitz, THE PRACTITIONER'S GUIDE TO THE SCIENCE OF PSYCHOTHERAPY (WWNorton.com/rd/SOP) is now available wherever books are sold! This single-volume learning resource presents a scientifically validated foundation for current psychotherapeutic practice.

"[A] goldmine of information…. Hopefully, this book will be compulsory reading for all aspiring mental health professionals." —Gunnel Minett, psychologist and author of Exhale: An Overview of Breathwork

"Every once in a while, a book comes along that is so different in its perspective, so intelligent in its presentation, ...
03/03/2022
The Heart and Mind of Hypnotherapy

"Every once in a while, a book comes along that is so different in its perspective, so intelligent in its presentation, and so rich in its humanism that it moves you, the reader, into a different orbit. This new book by Douglas Flemons, PhD, is such a book." — Michael Yapko

THE HEART AND MIND OF HYPNOTHERAPY by Douglas Flemons (WWNorton.com/rd/HMHT) is NOW AVAILABLE wherever books are sold! This book takes you to the heart of hypnotherapy, to the respectful, playful practice of utilizing clients’ flow experience to collaboratively discover and create opportunities for embodied learning and therapeutic change.

Read the Foreword from Richard Hill and Matthew Dahlitz's new book, THE PRACTITIONER'S GUIDE TO THE SCIENCE OF PSYCHOTHE...
03/02/2022
The Science of Psychotherapy March 2022

Read the Foreword from Richard Hill and Matthew Dahlitz's new book, THE PRACTITIONER'S GUIDE TO THE SCIENCE OF PSYCHOTHERAPY, in the March issue of The Science of Psychotherapy Magazine. Available wherever books are sold March 8, this single-volume learning resource presents a scientifically validated foundation for current psychotherapeutic practice. Learn more at WWNorton.com/rd/SOP.

"Reading this book has been an invaluable opportunity to learn from Douglas Flemons. That opportunity is now yours." - J...
03/01/2022
The Heart and Mind of Hypnotherapy

"Reading this book has been an invaluable opportunity to learn from Douglas Flemons. That opportunity is now yours." - Jeffrey Zeig, PhD, Director, The Milton H. Erickson Foundation, Inc.

NEW from hypnosis expert Douglas Flemons, THE HEART AND MIND OF HYPNOTHERAPY: INVITING CONNECTION, INVENTING CHANGE (WWNorton.com/rd/HMHT) is NOW AVAILABLE wherever books are sold! This engaging guide shows readers how to utilize their clients’ flow experience to collaboratively discover and create opportunities for embodied learning and therapeutic change.

Watch fellow Norton author and foreword writer John Arden talk with The Science of Psychotherapy editors Richard Hill an...
02/25/2022
John Arden talks with Richard Hill and Matthew Dahlitz about their new book

Watch fellow Norton author and foreword writer John Arden talk with The Science of Psychotherapy editors Richard Hill and Matthew Dahlitz about their new book, THE PRACTITIONER'S GUIDE to the SCIENCE of PSYCHOTEHRAPY (WWNorton.com/rd/SOP), a scientifically validated foundation for current psychotherapeutic practice. In stores March 8!

John Arden talks with Richard Hill and Matthew Dahlitz about their new book The Practitioner's Guide to the Science of Psychotherapy

Watch Dr. Pauline Boss talk with Joshua Coleman on the Understanding Families Podcast about her new book, THE MYTH OF CL...
02/18/2022
UNDERSTANDING FAMILIES with Dr. Joshua Coleman

Watch Dr. Pauline Boss talk with Joshua Coleman on the Understanding Families Podcast about her new book, THE MYTH OF CLOSURE: AMBIGUOUS LOSS IN A TIME OF PANDEMIC AND CHANGE (WWNorton.com/myth). In this episode, Dr. Boss explains how her ambiguous loss theory can apply to the complicated issues of family estrangement.

Dr. Coleman interviews Dr. Pauline Boss about "ambiguous loss."

Watch Richard Hill and Matthew Dahlitz (The Science of Psychotherapy) talk with Shrink Rap Radio about their new book, T...
02/16/2022
#788 Richard Hill and Matthew Dahlitz on The Practitioner’s Guide to The Science of Psychotherapy

Watch Richard Hill and Matthew Dahlitz (The Science of Psychotherapy) talk with Shrink Rap Radio about their new book, THE PRACTITIONER'S GUIDE TO THE SCIENCE OF PSYCHOTHERAPY, publishing March 8! This single-volume learning resource covers a variety of topics including neurobiology, genetics, key therapeutic practices to treat anxiety, depression, trauma and other disorders; memory; mirror neurons and empathy, and more. Learn more at WWNorton.com/rd/SOP.

Stimulating interviews with movers and shakers in the broad world of psychology, psychotherapy and personal growth

Dr. Chanté DeLoach talks about her new book, HOW WE PRACTICE THERAPY NOW (WWNorton.com/rd/HWPTN), and shares tips for ma...
02/14/2022
Dr. Chanté DeLoach on Shared Trauma and Deepening Clinical Relationships | PoP 671 - How to Start, Grow, and Scale a Private Practice| Practice of the Practice

Dr. Chanté DeLoach talks about her new book, HOW WE PRACTICE THERAPY NOW (WWNorton.com/rd/HWPTN), and shares tips for managing clinical stress and compassion fatigue, on the Practice of the Practice podcast.

In this podcast episode, Joe Sanok speaks with Dr. Chanté DeLoach about shared trauma and deepening clinical relationships.

In this Q&A with Maria Shriver's Sunday Paper, Pauline Boss talks about her new book THE MYTH OF CLOSURE: AMBIGUOUS LOSS...
02/14/2022
It’s Time to Stop Trying to Get “Closure” When We Lose Something or Someone We Love. Dr. Pauline Boss Shares 6 Better, Science-Backed Ways to Cope With Loss | Meghan Rabbitt

In this Q&A with Maria Shriver's Sunday Paper, Pauline Boss talks about her new book THE MYTH OF CLOSURE: AMBIGUOUS LOSS IN A TIME OF PANDEMIC AND CHANGE (WWNorton.com/myth) and shares 6 tips for coping with loss.

"Finding closure after a loss is a futile effort because if you lose someone or something you were once attached to—pets, a house, humans—you don’t get over it, nor do you need to. You need to learn how to live with that loss, and how to grieve."

It’s Time to Stop Trying to Get “Closure” When We Lose Something or Someone We Love. Dr. Pauline Boss Shares 6 Better, Science-Backed Ways to Cope With Loss by MEGHAN RABBITT Many of us are taught that if we try hard enough, we can get over our losses. We go to therapy and read books in an eff...

In this article for Elephant Journal, Zabie Yamasaki (Transcending Sexual Trauma through Yoga), author of TRAUMA-INFORME...
02/10/2022
Softening the Edges & Honoring our Humanness: The Magic of Trauma-Informed Yoga. | elephant journal

In this article for Elephant Journal, Zabie Yamasaki (Transcending Sexual Trauma through Yoga), author of TRAUMA-INFORMED YOGA FOR SURVIVORS OF SEXUAL ASSAULT (WWNorton.com/rd/TIY) discusses how a trauma-informed yoga practice can provide comfort and stability in tumultuous times.

Below is an excerpt from my new book: Trauma-Informed Yoga for Survivors of Sexual Assault: Practices for Healing and Teaching with Compassion.

Listen to Beatriz and Albert Sheldon (University of Washington) discuss their new book, COMPLEX INTEGRATION OF MULTIPLE ...
02/09/2022
#787 Beatriz and Albert Sheldon discussing Complex Integration of Multiple Brain Systems in Therapy | Shrink Rap Radio

Listen to Beatriz and Albert Sheldon (University of Washington) discuss their new book, COMPLEX INTEGRATION OF MULTIPLE BRAIN SYSTEMS IN THERAPY on the Shrink Rap Radio podcast. The latest in the Norton Series on Interpersonal Neurobiology (IPNB), this book details their novel neurobiological and psychotherapeutic paradigm—and reveals how therapists can use it for more successful treatment. Learn more at WWNorton.com/rd/CIMBST.

“What we need to hope for is not to go back to what we had, but to see what we can create now and in the future.”The New...
02/04/2022
How to Build Resilience in Hard Times

“What we need to hope for is not to go back to what we had, but to see what we can create now and in the future.”

The New York Times columnist Jane Brody talks with family therapist, educator, and researcher Pauline Boss about the important tips for strengthening resilience in Dr. Boss' new book, THE MYTH OF CLOSURE: AMBIGUOUS LOSS IN A TIME OF PANDEMIC AND CHANGE (WWNorton.com/myth).

In “The Myth of Closure,” Pauline Boss offers guidance for moving forward amid the painful losses of the moment.

In this blog post for PTS Coaching - ADHD Education & Support, Cindy Goldrich, author of 8 KEYS TO PARENTING CHILDREN WI...
02/04/2022
Advancements in ADHD Understanding & Treatment - PTS Coaching - Cindy Goldrich

In this blog post for PTS Coaching - ADHD Education & Support, Cindy Goldrich, author of 8 KEYS TO PARENTING CHILDREN WITH ADHD (WWNorton.com/RD/8ADHD), shares new takeaways and insights over the past ten years of ADHD research, especially in the understanding of executive function and the role that emotion regulation plays in ADHD.

If you are struggling as a parent, educator, or mental health professional to adequately support the children in your world struggling with ADHD, there are now many more options available.

“Trauma-informed work involves learning what someone might need in their meditation to get the most out of practice.”Dav...
02/04/2022
A Guide to Trauma-Informed Mindfulness

“Trauma-informed work involves learning what someone might need in their meditation to get the most out of practice.”

David Treleaven, author of TRAUMA-SENSITIVE MINDFULNESS: PRACTICES FOR SAFE AND TRANSFORMATIVE HEALING (https://WWNorton.com/rd/TSM), discusses how clinicians can safely introduce mindfulness in ways that are most responsive to their clients’ needs in this article from PsychCentral.com.

Mindfulness can be difficult — or even harmful — for people with a history of trauma. That's where trauma-focused mindfulness comes in.

Tune in to LA YOGA Magazine's Instagram Live Interview with Zahabiyah Yamasaki (Transcending Sexual Trauma through Yoga)...
02/03/2022

Tune in to LA YOGA Magazine's Instagram Live Interview with Zahabiyah Yamasaki (Transcending Sexual Trauma through Yoga), author of TRAUMA-INFORMED YOGA FOR SURVIVORS OF SEXUAL ASSAULT (WWNorton.com/rd/TIY) on Tuesday, 2/8 at 11AM PT, to learn more about her work and her new book and card deck.

02/03/2022
Omar Reda Introduces The Wounded Healer

Watch Dr. Omar Reda introduce his timely new book, THE WOUNDED HEALER: THE PAIN AND JOY OF CAREGIVING. Filled with poignant first-person stories and clinical case studies, this book is an impassioned plea for psychosocial trauma care that prioritizes the health of both client and healer. Learn more at WWNorton.com/healer

In this article for LA YOGA Magazine, Zabie Yamasaki (Transcending Sexual Trauma through Yoga), author of TRAUMA-INFORME...
02/02/2022
Building the Lifelong Skillset of a Trauma-Informed Yoga Instructor

In this article for LA YOGA Magazine, Zabie Yamasaki (Transcending Sexual Trauma through Yoga), author of TRAUMA-INFORMED YOGA FOR SURVIVORS OF SEXUAL ASSAULT (WWNorton.com/rd/TIY) shares strategies for yoga instructors to incorporate trauma-informed practices into their studios.

Tune in to LA Yoga's Instagram Live Interview with Zabie on Tuesday, 2/8 at 11AM PT, to learn more about her work and her new book and card deck.

Zabie Yamasaki photo by Leanne Sargeant Intentionality and Empathy in Teaching: What it Means to Be A Trauma-Informed Yoga Instructor “Never have I felt so safe without having to speak a single word about my assault.” I’ll never forget the day when

"Essential reading for everyone utilizing hypnotic relatedness in therapy." —Eric Greenleaf, PhD, Director of The Milton...
01/27/2022
The Heart and Mind of Hypnotherapy

"Essential reading for everyone utilizing hypnotic relatedness in therapy." —Eric Greenleaf, PhD, Director of The Milton H. Erickson Institute of the Bay Area

In stores March 3, THE HEART AND MIND OF HYPNOTHERAPY (WWNorton.com/rd/HMHT) by Douglas Flemons is now available directly from W. W. Norton. This engaging guide shows readers how to utilize their clients’ flow experience to collaboratively discover and create opportunities for embodied learning and therapeutic change.

01/26/2022
Therapeutic Improvisation: Staying Balanced as You Read the Changes - Awareness and Wellness Center (AWC) of Pittsburgh

Join Michael Alcee, PhD., author of THERAPEUTIC IMPROVISATION: How to Stop Winging it and Own it as a Therapist (WWNorton.com/rd/TPIV) for a presentation with the Awareness and Wellness Center on creative strategies for clinicians to adapt to client needs. The event will run in-person and virtually on January 30th, and you can register by following the link below.

Therapeutic Improvisation: Staying Balanced as You Read the Changes  January 30th, 2022  9am-12 noon  AWC + Virtual  $40-50 per person  January 30th, 2022  9am-12 noon  AWC + Virtual  $40-50 per person Presented by Michael Alcée, Ph.D. Changes are being thrown at us and our ...

"Right now, at the age of 74, one of the big things I care about is I want to see the kids who think differently having ...
01/24/2022
Temple Grandin Wants Us to Think Differently About Kids Who Think Differently

"Right now, at the age of 74, one of the big things I care about is I want to see the kids who think differently having successful careers, successful lives." — Dr. Temple Grandin interviewed in the NYTimes

Learn more about Dr. Grandin's new book with Dr. Debra Moore, NAVIGATING AUTISM: 9 Mindsets For Helping Kids on the Spectrum, at wwnorton.com/rd/autism

The author, scientist and Colorado State University professor is as responsible as anyone for broadening our understanding of autism.

Listen to Richard Hill and Matthew Dahlitz introduce their forthcoming book, THE PRACTITIONER'S GUIDE TO THE SCIENCE OF ...
01/18/2022
The Science of Psychotherapy: Introducing The Practitioner's Guide to the Science of Psychotherapy

Listen to Richard Hill and Matthew Dahlitz introduce their forthcoming book, THE PRACTITIONER'S GUIDE TO THE SCIENCE OF PSYCHOTHERAPY (WWNorton.com/rd/SOP), on the The Science of Psychotherapy podcast. In this episode, Richard and Matt discuss the basis of the book, a scientifically validated foundation for current psychotherapeutic practice. In stores March 8!

Today Richard and Matt talk about their upcoming book The Practitioner's Guide to the Science of Psychotherapy and discuss the introduction and basis of the book. The book is available on pre-order now. Thanks for listening! Support us by becoming a subscriber to Please leave a review! (Reviews are....

Transcending Sexual Trauma through Yoga founder Zahabiyah Yamasaki's powerful new book, TRAUMA-INFORMED YOGA FOR SURVIVO...
01/14/2022
Trauma-Informed Yoga for Survivors of Sexual Assault

Transcending Sexual Trauma through Yoga founder Zahabiyah Yamasaki's powerful new book, TRAUMA-INFORMED YOGA FOR SURVIVORS OF SEXUAL ASSAULT, and its companion/stand-alone resource, the TRAUMA-INFORMED YOGA AFFIRMATION CARD DECK, are now available wherever books are sold. Also available as a discounted set (https://WWNorton.com/rd/TIYSet).

The book (WWNorton.com/rd/TIY) explores practical considerations for survivors, yoga teachers, mental health professionals, educators, and other healing professionals. The card deck (WWNorton.com/rd/TIYD) pairs beautiful, full-color illustrations with powerful and healing affirmations for survivors. Click below to learn more.

Listen to The Daily's reading of "What if There's No Such Thing As Closure?", a NYTimes feature about family therapist a...
01/14/2022
The Sunday Read: ‘What if There’s No Such Thing as Closure?’

Listen to The Daily's reading of "What if There's No Such Thing As Closure?", a NYTimes feature about family therapist and social scientist Pauline Boss, and her new book THE MYTH OF CLOSURE: Ambiguous Loss in a Time of Pandemic and Change (WWNorton.com/myth). This reading features a personal introduction from Times contributor Meg Bernhard.

Many of us are taught that if we work hard enough we’ll be able to get over our losses. The social scientist Pauline Boss sees it differently.

Transcending Sexual Trauma through Yoga founder Zahabiyah Yamasaki's powerful new book, TRAUMA-INFORMED YOGA FOR SURVIVO...
01/11/2022
Trauma-Informed Yoga for Survivors of Sexual Assault

Transcending Sexual Trauma through Yoga founder Zahabiyah Yamasaki's powerful new book, TRAUMA-INFORMED YOGA FOR SURVIVORS OF SEXUAL ASSAULT, and its companion/stand-alone resource, the TRAUMA-INFORMED YOGA AFFIRMATION CARD DECK, are now available wherever books are sold. Also available as a discounted set (https://WWNorton.com/rd/TIYSet).

The book (WWNorton.com/rd/TIY) explores practical considerations for survivors, yoga teachers, mental health professionals, educators, and other healing professionals. The card deck (WWNorton.com/rd/TIYD) pairs beautiful, full-color illustrations with powerful and healing affirmations for survivors. Click below to learn more.

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Please join our free NAMI-NYC and GMHPN event for World Mental Health Day October 10th. Mental health is for everyone (we all have brains, or so I’m told)!
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Hello everyone, Here is my article I wrote for ‘emotionally naked’ and as the name of the blog suggests, it does contain potentially triggering subjects. Having said that, I hope you are able to read it and please feel free to comment.
I am so happy to see that David Treleaven's book is being published soon. I have known him since he was a teenager and have followed his growth anddevelopment into a wonderful writer and therapist. He is wise and caring and I am sure the book will show the same empathy and compassion.
I am so eager to receive the book by David Treleaven which is coming out in February. I am very happy this book is being published. He is a wonderful person, and his desire to help people has been constant since I knew him as a young teenager.He is brilliant and wise person and therapist also I am sure. I am so proud of you, galina coffey lewis