The Being Well Podcast explores the challenging parts of being human.
Based on Dr. Rick Hanson‘s 45+ years of helping people, and alongside an amazing group of expert guests, Rick and Forrest Hanson have helped hundreds of thousands of people learn the best lessons from clinical psychology, contemplative practice, and many lifetimes of experience.
Being Well has been downloaded over 15 million times, and is one of the top mental health podcasts in the world. Listen on iTunes, or through your favorite podcasting app.
Learn how to step out of the way you’ve been previously, and into a new way of thinking, doing, and being.
Therapist Amy Morin joins Forrest to help us learn how to regulate our thoughts, manage our emotions, and become more psychologically flexible.
Being Well Podcast: Highly Sensitive People, Repairing with Family, and “Talking About Talking”: November Mailbag
Dr. Rick and Forrest open up the mailbag and answer questions from listeners about repairing with family, highly sensitive people, and more.
In one of the most interesting conversations we’ve ever had on the podcast, clinical psychologist Dr. Jacob Ham explores what really helps people work with – and be with – trauma.
Dr. Rick and Forrest explore how to survive the holidays with the dishes (mostly) intact.
Dr. Stephen Porges walks us through how lessons from polyvagal theory can be applied to recovering from traumatic experiences.
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