A Global Audience in Rethinking Trauma

As this year’s Rethinking Trauma webinar series comes to a close, I’d like to take a moment to thank you for tuning in. Every time we run a series, I’m humbled by the number of people who take part. In this series, 19,566 practitioners joined us for one or more of the webinars. I’m thrilled to see so many folks coming together here from around the world, so I wanted to give you a quick report for a glimpse of the community you’ve been a part of – a global network from 83 countries: United States 13,729 Czech Republic 5…

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Brain Science Has No Borders: Changing Brains (and Transforming Lives) Around the World

Brain science is one of the most fertile areas that we, as practitioners, have right now to help our patients . . . . . . from improving relationships, to strengthening focus, and turning negative experiences into positive ones, the benefits of brain change are astounding. And better yet, the pool of knowledge about neuroplasticity is growing every day – which means so many more life-changing discoveries are yet to come. Over the past few weeks, we’ve heard from world-renowned brain science experts, and each and every one of them had valuable suggestions for keeping the brain in top shape….

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Mindfulness Brings Together Neurobiologists, Therapists, and Spiritual Leaders (but the List Doesn’t Stop There)

In the news, on the Internet, even behind bars . . . . . . mindfulness is everywhere, and it’s being used in new and exciting ways everyday. As the Making Mindfulness Work series comes to a close, what better time than now to look back and reflect on what we’ve learned. These past six weeks have been quite a journey, and our knowledge base has grown week after week. The comment boards have been filled with thoughts from practitioners all over the world, and I’m so inspired by the conversations that have taken place – whether they’re meant to…

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