The Unbelievable Psychology of Curiosity with Richard Hill – The Weekend University

Richard is a psychotherapist, author, speaker, and the managing editor of The Science of Psychotherapy magazine. Richard is the author of three books including: The Practitioner’s Guide to the Science of Psychotherapy, The Practitioner’s Guide to Mirroring Hands, and “How the Real World is Driving us Crazy”. Learn more about his fascinating work by listening to this episode!

In this episode:

— The psychological and biological benefits of curiosity

— How Richard’s experiences as an actor influenced his therapeutic work and why he recommends that all therapists take one year of acting lessons

— Why the best therapy is the one that you never repeat

— The importance of learning multiple different types of therapy

— The relationship between the actuality field, the probability field, and the possibility field and their relevance for therapy

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