The Science and Practice of Enduring Change: Alter Your Attitude and Find Your Flourish with Richard Lane MD, Ph.D., Gay Hendricks, & Carol Kline

 

Original Air Date Wednesday, April 14, 2021 

 

The human brain contains multiple systems designed to protect us and aid in our survival. When we experience trauma the event is stored in our memory as a way to maintain vigilance when we are confronted with a similar situation. In our modern world, the likelihood of being cornered by a sabre-toothed tiger is null but our memory and trigger systems have yet to be updated. To hunt for the latest mind management techniques and attitude alteration strategies, Positive Psychology Podcast Host Lisa Cypers Kamen speaks with three agents of change. Dr. Richard Lane is a Psychotherapist whose work has been instrumental in our ability to heal trauma. He discusses his groundbreaking therapy used to update emotions from his book, Neuroscience of Enduring Change. And, Gay Hendricks and Carol Cline share the second phase of their innovative process to alter attitudes, Conscious Luck and the Conscious Luck Workbook.

 

Richard D. Lane — The Science of Enduring Change:

  •  How we can update memories for therapeutic benefits. [2:43]
  • The science of updating the emotional content of trauma in therapy. [6:06]
  •  Healing certain memories can be achieved by reactivating traumas in a safe environment. [16:00]
  •  Resources for those looking for a qualified professional psychotherapist. [24:28]

Richard D. Lane is a clinical psychiatrist and psychotherapist trained in cognitive neuroscience and emotion research, whose research has focused on brain mechanisms of emotion and emotion regulation, emotional awareness, neurovisceral integration, and the mechanisms by which emotion influences susceptibility to sudden cardiac death. His background in cognitive and affective neuroscience is now being integrated with his ongoing experience as a therapist and psychotherapy educator.

Book: Neuroscience of Enduring Change: Implications for Psychotherapy

 

Gay Hendricks & Carol Kline — Consciously Altering Attitude:

  • The team’s new project is a workbook that translates the idea’s from their book, Conscious Luck into actions. [31:17]
  • We are all only one thought away from changing our lives. [33:37]
  • How to consciously change the programming of our previously hardwired brains. [36:31]
  • The transformation of dumb luck into smart luck. [43:27]
  • Using the power of intuition and radical gratitude. [47:16]
  • Commitment to change starts with the desire to change. [50:03]
  • Releasing the grip of victimhood by way of wonder and curiosity. [54:22]

Gay Hendricks, Ph.D. has served for more than forty years as one of the major contributors to the fields of relationship transformation and body-mind therapies. He is a New York Times bestselling author and his books include Conscious Loving and The Big Leap.

Carol Kline has been an author, editor, and ghostwriter for more than 20 years.

Book: Book: Conscious Luck: Applying the Eight Secrets in Your Daily Life

 Conscious Luck Website
@GayHendricks on Twitter
Conscious Luck on Facebook

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