In Episode 100, you will hear from Curt Thompson, Psychiatrist and prolific author, including Anatomy of the Soul and The Soul of Shame, talking with Phil and Pam Parish about:  

  • Neuroplasticity: What it is and why it is important in our work with orphaned and vulnerable children . . . and everyone else
  • What happens when brains interact the importance of feeling felt
  • The importance of being known, at our best and at our worst
  • How we maximize our creative capacities when we collaborate with people who are the most different from us
  • How we are wired for community and why it is so important to our mental health
  • How neurobiology and justice are related and interrelated
  • How he became engaged in the world of orphan care
  • And much more!

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