In this midweek special episode I chat with Ethan Smith, and Dr Jonathan Hoffman of the Neurobehavioral Institute (NBI) in Florida.
We discuss aha moments, Ethan’s story and aha moment, aha moments of all kinds, pseudo aha moments, the catalysts for an aha moment, whether people need them, and much more. Hope it helps.
The midweek special episodes which go out at the end of the month on a Wednesday are made possible by and in partnership with the Neurobehavioral Institute (NBI) in Florida. I will be interviewing different members of their clinical team on a range of topics. NBI specialise in treatment and programs for anxiety, OCD, comorbidities, and complex cases. They also offer an intensive outpatient program, and a residential program called the NBI Ranch: A supportive living experience that complements intensive treatment for Anxiety and Obsessive-Compulsive Related Disorders.
To find out more about their intensive outpatient services, or the NBI ranch, as well as to read some of their free information online about OCD via their blog, click here to find out more: https://www.nbiweston.com/
Find out more about NBI (Jon):
NBI Ranch: https://www.nbiweston.com/intensive-nbiranch
NBI Blog: https://www.nbiweston.com/blog
Find out more about Ethan:
Ethan’s OCD Story episode: https://theocdstories.com/episode/ethan-smith-if-i-can-then-you-can-too-ep118/
Ethan’s panel episode: Client and therapist perspectives of two OCD Stories
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All the best,