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Rick Hanson PhD

Senior Fellow of the Greater Good Science Center at UC Berkeley; New York Times bestselling author of Hardwiring Happiness and Buddha's Brain

Rick Hanson PhD

Senior Fellow of the Greater Good Science Center at UC Berkeley; New York Times bestselling author of Hardwiring Happiness and Buddha's Brain

Biography

Week 8 Video #2

Getting Off the “Triangular Track” to Get Unstuck

Week 9 Video #2

Resources for Clients Who Are Stuck with a Sense of Failure and Inadequacy

Week 10 Video #1

Taking in the Good

Week 18 Video #1

3 Steps to Help Clients Overcome Limiting Beliefs

Week 31 Video #3

Training Attention toward the Good to Build Resilience

Week 31 Video #4

From Reactive to Resilient – A Client Story

Week 40 Video #4

Resourcing Clients to Tolerate Healthy Remorse

Week 42 Video #2

Deconsolidating the Shameful Messages of the Past


Week 46 Video #2

How to Work with the Physiology of Anger


Week 52 Video #2

Helping Clients Find Reliable Refuges for Times of Uncertainty

Week 54 Video #1

Helping Clients Find a Level of Control When Facing an Impending Loss


Week 55 Video #2

A Two-Stage Process for Treating Maladaptive Resistance

Week 60 Video #3

What Happens When We Resist the Resistance

Week 63 Video #2

How to Help Clients Disable Their Doubt Machinery

Week 69 Video #3

A Two-Part Process for Encouraging Growth

Week 69 Video #4

The Surprising Connection between Meaninglessness and Growth


Week 75 Video #2

Correcting the Mismatch Between Challenge and Resources

Week 80 Video #3

One Factor to Never Overlook

Week 85 Video #2

3 Powerful Pieces of Advice To Give Direction, Confidence, and Hope

Week 90 Video #3

How a Client’s Shame Turns into Criticism


Week 96 Video #1

Why Depression Requires a Multi-Pronged Approach

Week 106 Video #1

How to Withdraw Power from the Inner Critic

Week 106 Video #2

Why Insight Alone May Not Be Enough to Quiet the Inner Critic

Week 109 Video #1

One Question to Point a Client Toward Positive Results

Week 124 Video #2

One Common Mis-step in Working with Clients Who Blame

Week 124 Video #3

Identifying Two Feelings that Often Accompany Blame