Establishing a Therapeutic Consciousness for Effective Therapy


In this video, Richard Hill (Mindscience Institute) explores the questions of: (1) what effective therapy is; and (2) how to help bring a client to therapeutic consciousness from disrupting consciousness. Hill explains that the attainment of therapeutic consciousness is a function of focused attention, curiosity, and nascent possibility, and examines the basic accessing question and the role of the “toward” emotions in leading to an expectant, energized client. He reviews the functions of the main neurobiochemicals, concluding that curiosity is of prime importance.



Duration (hrs): 1


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