The Loving Brain with Rick Hanson

The Loving Brain with Rick Hanson

en*theos presents THE LOVING BRAIN – Tools for Real Issues with Rick Hanson

Join neuropsychologist Rick Hanson and 7 top-tier academics, clinicians, and teachers
as they apply new research, ancient wisdom, and powerful clinical insights
to the messy, high stakes issues many people face in their work,
family, friendship, and romantic relationships.

the Experts:

Feeding the Roots of Relationships with Harville Hendrix and Helen LaKelly Hunt

in this talk you’ll learn about:
• How childhood experiences affect us today
• Balancing masculine and feminine perspectives in relationships
• What makes communicating go well or badly
• What deep listening is

The Mindful Relationship with Tara Brach

in this talk you’ll learn about:
• Bringing the power of mindfulness into relationships
• Balancing acceptance and assertiveness
• Mindful approaches to romance and sex
• What is loving presence
• The causes and conditions of lasting love

Self-Compassion with Paul Gilbert

in this talk you’ll learn about:
• How the brain evolved, and why it matters
• What makes us depressed
• The power of self-soothing
• What is compassion and self-compassion
• The toxic influence of self-criticism; how to build self-compassion

The Hungry Heart with Geneen Roth

in this talk you’ll learn about:
• Why we develop a hungry heart in childhood and adulthood
• Unhealthy ways we use relationships to fill ourselves up
• How issues with food and eating affect relationships
• How to accept your body and yourself as they are
• How to feed others by feeding yourself

The Love Molecule with Paul Zak

in this talk you’ll learn about:
• How we evolved a social brain
• Why the neurotransmitter oxytocin is a “love molecule”
• What we can do to release oxytocin, what blocks it?
• What can men do to get more oxytocin flowing
• How conversations and stories release oxytocin

The Hormone Cure with Sara Gottfried, MD

in this talk you’ll learn about:
• Why we should care about hormones, especially related to relationships
• How hormones can affect whether we have a loving brain
• How a woman’s hormones can affect her mood, energy, patience, and libido
• How to optimize hormonal balances; mental interventions to produce physiological benefits.

Happy Families with Christine Carter

in this talk you’ll learn about:
• How the arrival of children changes a couple
• The ways our own psychology has been shaped by how our own parents responded
to the challenges of making a family
• What makes people divorce; how to raise happy children

Hardwiring Love into Your Brain with Rick Hanson

in this talk you’ll learn about:
• How your brain evolved to care about “us” and fear and dislike “them”
• The neural circuits of empathy and how to strengthen them
• How to use everyday relationships to feel more appreciated, liked, and loved
• The four HEAL steps for healing old pain and filling the hole in your heart

about your host Rick Hanson
Rick Hanson, Ph.D., is a neuropsychologist and author of Hardwiring Happiness (coming in October 2013), Buddha’s Brain: The Practical Neuroscience of Happiness, Love, and Wisdom, and Just One Thing: Developing a Buddha Brain One Simple Practice at a Time. Founder of the Wellspring Institute for Neuroscience and Contemplative Wisdom and Affiliate of the Greater Good Science Center at UC Berkeley, he’s been an invited speaker at Oxford, Stanford, and Harvard, and taught in meditation centers worldwide.

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