Recorded 2/27/2023 – Artificial intelligence is increasingly becoming part of our lives, from self-driving cars to ChatGPT. John Oliver discusses how AI works, where it might be heading next, and, of course, why it hates the bus.
Jeffrey Magnavita and Kristin Osborn discuss the treatment of trauma
A video from December 17, 2021 where Jeffrey Magnavita and Kristin Osborn discuss the treatment of trauma.
An interview with Kristin Osborn on trauma with Barbara Ingram, Michael Alpert and Elizabeth Magnavita
A discussion between pioneering psychotherapists, neuroscientists, and researchers in mental health View the Zoom Recording
How Emotional Access Improves Performance with Kristin Osborn
Recorded 12/15/2020 – Sean Hansen, speaks with Kristin Osborn, LMHC, LPCC. Kristin is an internationally recognized psychotherapist, author, researcher, and Associate in Psychiatry at Harvard Medical School. She is also an appointed Clinical Instructor in the Department of Biobehavioral Sciences at the UCLA David Geffen School of Medicine.
Video of Robert Neborsky MD Presentation
So grateful to have had Rob Neborsky MD present at our 4th Therapist Affect Phobia Community Hour! If you missed it, you can watch an edited version here:
The Science of Giving Thanks: A Proven Win-Win
By: Kristin A. R. Osborn & Dr. Maneet Bhatia, Ph.D. (Harvard Medical School) — Contributing Editors to The THX Co. Journal Are people inherently self-interested or altruistic? The answer based on scientific research is, we are both. Humans want to grow, excel, succeed and survive. This means in many cases, we need to be competitive, and … Read More
The Art of Living Virtually-For Now
After three weeks of isolation due to the pandemic, I’ve had to make adjustments. Like you, I’ve had to learn how to live more virtually and in the process, I’ve learned a lot through my professional community, and I’ve learned a lot about myself. As a student of self-care, I’ve identified what works for me and … Read More
An Intimate Letter to My Community Dealing with the Pandemic by Kristin Osborn
As a student of self-care, I’ve learned the importance of identifying what works and integrating it into my daily schedule. After three weeks of isolation, I’ve discovered that experiencing my emotions, following a schedule with set breaks, walking and connecting with others is what works-for now. I learned from Una McClusky, author of Transference and Countertransference … Read More
Renowned Harvard Researcher Fights ALS
Saying What She Feels Psychotherapist and researcher pushes on with a last book as speech, mobility – and her body – are taken over by ALS You hear Leigh McCullough’s words before you see her. “Welcome! I cannot smile easily but do not think that I am not glad to see you! I have been … Read More
Can Robots Train Therapists
Psychotherapy is a notoriously hard discipline to practice and perfect due to a lack of ‘standardized patients’. Robert Johansson, Associate Professor of Psychology at Stockholm University is convinced Furhat is the perfect solution to this problem. With the unparalleled expressivity and conversational capabilities of the Furhat platform, Robert plans to build several virtual standardized patients … Read More