Recommended Reading and Podcasts
IPNB PSYCHOTHERAPY OF AUSTIN
"A groundbreaking book on the healing power of "mindsight," the potent skill that is the basis for both emotional and social intelligence. Mindsight allows you to make positive changes in your brain-and in your life." This book is for people who would like to understand IPNB therapy more thoroughly. It is written for lay people, it is fun to read, and easy to understand. I highly recommend it for all of our clients.
Bessel van der Kolk has written a book that explains how many different symptoms that we normally would not think are related to trauma in anyway, are connected to earlier experiences. If you’re thinking early experiences may be a part of what you’re struggling with now, this could be the book for you. If you have symptoms that you don’t understand this could help you as well.
This is a book written with men in mind. It’s about covert depression. I recommend this book to men who are feeling aggravated, dissatisfied with their lives, like they want something bigger than they have for themselves. I also recommend it for people living with men who think something may be off, but they can’t put their finger on it. If you’d like to understand better what’s going on, this may be the book for you.
This book is written for couples who want a marriage based in equality and relational health. It explores ways of being with each other that can pull you out of communication ruts, and bring you back from the brink of divorce. All of our couples therapists at IPNB are trained in Terry’s work, as well as other modalities, such as Gottman and Emotionally Focused Therapy.
Jules joins Jennifer Sneeden, LMFT to discuss why we get stuck in a scarcity mindset and how to move into an abundance mindset. Jules also shares some success strategies - How she built a practice with 13 full-time therapists, the definition of success that has guided her business growth, and how to charge what you're worth without feeling guilty.
Brené talks with professor Ibram X. Kendi, New York Times bestselling author of 'How to Be an Antiracist,' and the Director of the Antiracist Research and Policy Center at American University. They discuss racial disparities, policy, and equality, but the focus is on 'How to Be an Antiracist,' which is a groundbreaking approach to understanding uprooting racism and inequality in our society and in ourselves.
The Ready Set Love Show is all about making relationships better. Get ready to be inspired, and have fun while listening to experts from around the globe talk about healthy relational functioning. "In this episode, brain-oriented therapist extraordinaire Juliane Taylor Shore and John Howard discuss how understanding a little about your brain can make a huge difference in the security of your relationship. You don’t need to be a therapist to make use of the information."