Parenting & The Bringing Baby Home Workshop in Seattle


John Gottman: The Greatest Gift

John Gottman speaks to what he believes is the greatest gift parents can give to their child.

Carolyn Pirak: The Transition to Parenthood

Bringing Baby Home National Director on the transition to parenthood.

David and Rachel: Worried

Two actual Bringing Baby Home participants about their experience of becoming new parents.

David and Rachel: Male Point of View

David, a Bringing Baby Home participant, describes the male point of view of being a new parent.

John Gottman: What We Found

John Gottman - on what did the research tell us?

Attachment Theory / Connection Model Approach to Couples Counseling and Couples Therapy


Susan Johnson - The Experience of Connection

A clip from Keynote Speaker Susan Johnson, a leading expert on Emotionally Focused Couples Therapy, as she speaks at the 2009 Psychotherapy Networker Symposium.

Susan Johnson on the life-and-death urgency of attachment.

Susan Johnson on the life-and-death urgency of attachment. A Clinician's Guide to Attachment Theory Networker Symposium, 2006

Gestalt Approach to Couples Therapy

Interview with Dr. Robert Resnick and Dr. Rita Resnick.

Guided Stress Reduction


Mindfulness with Jon Kabat-Zinn

Jon Kabat-Zinn leads a session on Mindfulness at Google.

Developing Self Confidence


Pema Chödrön explains Maitri


Pema Chödrön - Why I Became a Buddhist


The Center for Nonviolent Communication

A global organization helping people connect compassionately with themselves and one another through Nonviolent Communication language, created by Marshall B. Rosenberg, Ph.D.


Nonviolent Communication - Marshall Rosenberg

Marshall Rosenberg created Nonviolent Communication and is Founder and Director of Educational Services for the Center for Nonviolent Communication, an international non-profit organization based in California.

Nonviolent Communication - Marshall Rosenberg

Part 2

Nonviolent Communication - Marshall Rosenberg

Part 3

Nonviolent Communications and Corporations - Marshall Rosenberg

Second of the Paula Gloria classic, continuing on the development of through Marshall Rosenberg's careful study of the Nazi's holocast survivors and the communication skills they used to do so.