Changing Your Mind

How to Have More Thoughts That Help and Fewer That Hurt

Starts This Week

Sometimes, the way we think about things can hurt us or others.
These unhelpful thought patterns shape how we feel and act — creating unnecessary tension, limitations, stress, and difficulty.

The ways that we interpret events, assume limitations, doubt ourselves, and follow familiar “scripts” . . . all keep us stuckmake us suffer, and create trouble in our relationships.

But much research shows that we have the power to change our thoughts, beliefs, expectations, interpretations, and programming that trap us like the bars of an invisible cage.

Join psychologist and New York Times bestselling author, Dr. Rick Hanson for a 6-week online series on changing your mind – for good.


Dr. Rick Hanson
Step out of old assumptions and attitudes – and step into useful, hopeful thoughts about yourself and others.

Learn how to use the power of positive neuroplasticity to change your mind about:

Something That Bothers You About Another Person

Something You Want To Be More Motivated For

Something That Makes You Feel Inadequate

Something That Blocks Your Full Self-Expression

Practical, Simple Changes to:
  • Free yourself from thoughts that make you feel anxious and unworthy
  • Help yourself truly believe what you want to think about yourself
  • See others accurately — without adding resentment or envy
  • Release upsets and conflicts in your relationships
  • Become more motivated for things that are good for you
  • Disengage from stressful efforts to change the minds of others

This 6-Week Series Includes:

Live Q&A with Dr. Rick Hanson

 Join Rick on Zoom for an interactive hour on Tuesday, June 18 at 12pm PT / 3pm ET / 9pm CEST.

7 Hours of Video Teachings

Pre-recorded talks organized into short pieces that you can watch whenever you want.

Experiential Activities

Guided practices to help you identify your own personal blocks and help you move past them.

Weekly Email Guidance

Receive 6 weeks of emails guiding you through the course and encouraging you along the way.

Downloadable Workbook

Printable guide with additional information and space for reflections.

AND Therapists can earn 7 CE Credits

Continuing Education Credits are available for an additional $50. Click here to learn more.

What Others Are Saying:

“It’s impossible not to feel hopeful and optimistic that the mind is not an inanimate and alien skyscraper but a living thing that responds to new thoughts and ideas to become our best friend.”

—Susan M.

“Dr. Rick Hanson is a gentle, wise teacher and a fully compassionate healer/companion along this potentially life-changing path of exploration. By mixing the growing science of awareness with the ability to apply mindful intentions for healing and well-being, this course could not be more relevant and urgent for the times we live in.”

—Bobbe N.

“An excellent review of learned strategies and processes to understand one’s self and allow change to occur.”

—Lena C.

Lifetime Access and 30-Day Money-Back Guarantee

Frequently Asked Questions
How is this series different from Dr. Hanson's other online courses?

In this series, Rick focuses – for the first time – on learning to change your mind in regard to very specific, limiting beliefs, thoughts, and views you may have. He’ll talk about the different kinds of views we hold on to, why we hold on to them, and the factors that may cause us to get stuck in them. There will also be many exercises targeting different beliefs you may have that are not beneficial and providing tools to move past them or change the narrative for yourself.

While some of the foundational methods may be similar to that of the Positive Neuroplasticity Training or Foundations of Well-Being, this is all new material from Rick.

Is this program for everyone?

The Change Your Mind program is an educational program for the general public. The Change Your Mind program is not psychotherapy, nor treatment for any physical or mental health condition. Participants take responsibility for their own experience in the program. The Change Your Mind program could be a useful resource for normal range experiences of anxiety, blue mood, stress, loneliness, and interpersonal conflicts, including for people in psychotherapy for these concerns. If you are engaging in psychotherapy while engaging this program, please tell your therapist. Last, if you have serious psychological issues or a history of suicidality, complex trauma, psychosis, or other severe mental health issues, you should consider not participating in the Change Your Mind program as it could stir things up for you without there being the option of individual support – and we strongly advise that you seek professional treatment.

Is this a self-paced series, or do I need to watch it at a specific time?

This is an on-demand, self-paced program you can engage at any time.

Can I get Continuing Education Credits?

This program is eligible for 7 CE homestudy Credits (for an additional $50) from Being Well, Inc., a continuing education provider approved by the American Psychological Association (APA). You can check with your licensing board that they’ll accept credits from APA-approved providers.


What if I need to cancel after I've registered?

No worries, just send us an email at and we’ll process your cancellation and refund within 2 business days

When does the 30-day money-back guarantee end?

The 30-day money-back guarantee is good for 30 days after you’ve purchased the program.

Are there scholarships available?

For those who are genuinely unable to pay for the Change Your Mind workshop – which could include people who are unemployed, disabled, students, on a small fixed income or public assistance, or living in a developing country – there are full and half scholarships available.

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