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In my role as CEO at Portland Psychotherapy, my time is split between supporting the mission of the business and conducting scientific research.
As a researcher, I study the social effects of emotions, particularly among people who are prone to feel shame or highly self-critical. This includes topics like stigma, shame, compassion, social anxiety, ostracism, belonging, and loneliness. I also study psychedelics assisted therapy as applied to these types of difficulties. I also host the Research Matters Podcast, a show where I interview great researchers about how they do their thing.
Here are some resources related to my work and the research we do at Portland Psychotherapy:
- My personal webpage, including publications, resources, and my podcast
- About the research we do
- About our research lab
- Upcoming training events
- ACT With Compassion – website for therapists working with shame prone clients
Things I’ve Written for the Public
I’ve included a sample of some of my work below that I thought give a sense of my interests and who I am…
- It’s OK Kiddo: On Internalizing Self-Compassion
- What is Self-Enquiry? The Practice of Mindfulness Questioning from Radically Open Dialectical Behavior Therapy
- Why too much self-control can be a bad thing
- What Is Radically Open Dialectical Behavior Therapy?
- ACT: Taking Hurt to Hope – Struggling with Shame Self Criticism and Self Compassion: Hear me talk about compassion on a podcast
- Learning ACT: An Acceptance and Commitment Therapy Skills Workbook for Therapists
- Why You Shouldn’t Buy a Light Therapy Device from Costco
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