The Foundations of Well-Being
this yearlong program uses the power of positive neuroplasticity to hardwire more happiness, resilience, self-worth, love, and peace into your brain and your life.
Rick Hanson, Ph.D., is a neuropsychologist, Senior Fellow of the Greater Good Science Center at the University of California, Berkeley, and New York Times bestselling author of Hardwiring Happiness, Buddha’s Brain, Just One Thing, and Mother Nurture.
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Tara Brach, Ph. D., is a clinical psychologist and teacher of Buddhist meditation. She is the author of Radical Acceptance (Bantam, 2003) and True Refuge (Bantam, 2013.) In addition to her direct teachings, 10's of thousands of people around the world listen to her free weekly podcasts that address the value of meditation in reducing stress, relieving emotional suffering and serving spiritual awakening. Tara is the founder of the Insight Meditation Community of Washington, and teaches meditation there and at centers throughout the United States. She lives by the Potomac River where she hikes with her dog, kayaks (with husband and sometimes dog) and revels in the goodness of mother nature.
Jack Kornfield trained as a Buddhist monk in the monasteries of Thailand, India and Burma. He has taught meditation internationally since 1974 and is one of the key teachers to introduce Buddhist mindfulness practice to the West. He began his training after graduating from Dartmouth College in Asian Studies in 1967. Then he joined the Peace Corps and was assigned to the Public Health Service in northeast Thailand, which is home to several of the world’s oldest Buddhist forest monasteries. He met and studied under the Buddhist master Ven. Ajahn Chah, as well as the Ven. Mahasi Sayadaw of Burma. After returning to the United States, Jack co-founded the Insight Meditation Society in Barre, Massachusetts, with fellow meditation teachers Sharon Salzberg and Joseph Goldstein. He is also a founding teacher of the Spirit Rock Center in Woodacre, California, where he currently lives and teaches. Over the years, Jack has taught in centers and universities worldwide, led International Buddhist Teacher meetings with the Dalai Lama and worked with many of the great teachers of our time. He holds a Ph.D. in clinical psychology and is a father and activist.
His books have been translated into 20 languages and sold more than a million copies. They include, A Wise Heart: A Guide to the Universal Teachings of Buddhist Psychology, A Path with Heart; After the Ecstasy, the Laundry; Teachings of the Buddha; Seeking the Heart of Wisdom; Living Dharma; A Still Forest Pool; Stories of the Spirit, Stories of the Heart; Buddha’s Little Instruction Book; The Art of Forgiveness, Lovingkindness and Peace and his most recent book, Bringing Home the Dharma: Awakening Right Where You Are.
Rick Hanson, Ph.D., is a neuropsychologist, Senior Fellow of the Greater Good Science Center at UC Berkeley, and New York Times best-selling author. His books include Hardwiring Happiness: The New Brain Science of Contentment, Calm, and Confidence (in 14 languages), Buddha’s Brain: The Practical Neuroscience of Happiness, Love, and Wisdom(in 25 languages), Just One Thing: Developing a Buddha Brain One Simple Practice at a Time (in 14 languages), and Mother Nurture: A Mother’s Guide to Health in Body, Mind, and Intimate Relationships. Founder of the Wellspring Institute for Neuroscience and Contemplative Wisdom, he’s been an invited speaker at Oxford, Stanford, and Harvard, and taught in meditation centers worldwide.
An authority on self-directed neuroplasticity, Dr. Hanson’s work has been featured on CBS, BBC, NPR, FoxBusiness, Consumer Reports Health, U.S. News and World Report, and O Magazine, and he has several audio programs with Sounds True. He edits the Wise Brain Bulletin, and his weekly e-newsletter – Just One Thing – has over 100,000 subscribers and also appears on Huffington Post, Psychology Today, and other major websites.
A summa cum laude graduate of UCLA, Dr. Hanson has been a trustee of Saybrook University and served on the board of Spirit Rock Meditation Center for nine years. He enjoys rock-climbing and taking a break from emails. He and his wife have two adult children.
Barbara L. Fredrickson, Ph.D. has been advancing the science of positive emotions for more than 20 years. She is currently Kenan Distinguished Professor of Psychology at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, where she directs the PEP Lab (www.PositiveEmotions.org). Her books, Positivity (2009, Crown) and Love 2.0 (2013, Penguin) have been translated into more than 20 languages.
Barb’s research, funded by the U.S. National Institutes of Health, reveals how your positive emotions were sculpted by the discerning chisel of Darwinian natural selection to serve as life-giving nutrients for growth. Her innovative contributions have been recognized with numerous honors, including the inaugural Templeton Prize in Positive Psychology from the American Psychological Association, the Career Trajectory Award from the Society of Experimental Social Psychology, and the inaugural Christopher Peterson Gold Medal from the International Positive Psychology Association.
Barb’s scientific work has influenced scholars and practitioners worldwide, in disciplines ranging from education and business to healthcare, the military, and beyond. Her work has been featured in The New York Times, CNN, NPR, PBS, The Atlantic, The Economist, Oprah Magazine and elsewhere. She has been invited to present her research at the White House and for the Dalai Lama.
Anat Baniel, best-selling author of Move Into Life and Kids Beyond Limits is the creator of the Anat Baniel Method™, a powerful practice that takes advantage of the brain’s ability to change itself at any age to heal and transform both body and mind. Trained as a clinical psychologist and dancer, she worked closely with Dr. Feldenkrais for many years. Ms. Baniel developed a revolutionary movement/brain based approach supported by recent brain plasticity research she named NeuroMovement® She has successfully worked with tens of thousands of people, from high-performance athletes, dancers and musicians to those suffering from pain and injury, helping them regain well-being and greater vitality. She is world renowned for her work with children with special needs. She has trained hundreds of practitioners in her method worldwide.
Gretchen Rubin is the author of many books, including the blockbuster New York Times bestsellers, Happier at Home and The Happiness Project-accounts of her experiences test-driving the wisdom of the ages, current scientific studies, and lessons from popular culture about how to be happier.
Her next book, Better than Before (Crown, 2015), examines the strategies we can use to make and break our habits-really. Many experts offer one-size-fits-all solutions, but as we all know from experience, no magic formula exists. In a book that’s compulsively readable and bursting with big ideas, Rubin shows readers how to make the habits that will transform their lives, even if they’ve failed before.
Rubin has an enormous following, in print and online, and her books have sold more than a million copies worldwide. She’s an enthusiastic proponent of using technology to engage with readers, and has an active following on social media. On her popular blog, gretchenrubin.com, she reports on her daily adventures in pursuit of habits and happiness.
Rubin started her career in law, and was clerking for Justice Sandra Day O'Connor when she realized she wanted to be a writer. She lives in New York City with her husband and two daughters.
Paul Gilbert is the head of the Mental Health Research Unit and Professor of Clinical Psychology at the University of Derby. He has a degree in Economics (Wolverhampton, 1973), Masters in Experimental Psychology (Sussex, 1975), Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology (Edinburgh, 1980) and a diploma in Clinical Psychology awarded by the British Psychological Society (1980).
He was a fellow of the British Psychological Society for contributions to psychological knowledge in 1993 and was president of the British Association for Cognitive and Behavioral Psychotherapy in 2003. He has also served on the government depression NICE guideline committee.
Paul Gilbert has published and edited 21 books, over 100 academic papers and 39 book chapters. He currently is a series editor for a 'compassionate approaches to life difficulties' series.
After years of exploring the processes underpinning shame and its role in a variety of psychopathologies, his current research is exploring the neurophysiology and therapeutic effectiveness of compassion focused therapy.
Sharon Salzberg is cofounder of the Insight Meditation Society (IMS) in Barre, Massachusetts. She has been a student of meditation since 1971, guiding meditation retreats worldwide since 1974.
Sharon's latest book is Real Happiness At Work: Meditations for Accomplishment, Achievement, and Peace, published by Workman Publishing.She is a regular contributor to The Huffington Post and is also the author of several other books including the New York Times Best Seller, Real Happiness: The Power of Meditation: A 28-Day Program (2010), Love Your Enemies (2013), Faith: Trusting Your Own Deepest Experience (2002), and Lovingkindness: The Revolutionary Art of Happiness (1995).
For more information about Sharon, please visit: www.SharonSalzberg.com.
John J. Ratey, MD, is an Associate Clinical Professor of Psychiatry at Harvard Medical School, research synthesizer, speaker, and best selling author. An internationally recognized expert in Neuropsychiatry, Dr. Ratey has published over 60 peer reviewed articles, and 8 books published in 14 languages, including the groundbreaking ADD-ADHD “Driven to Distraction” series with Ned Hallowell, MD. With the publication of his most recent book, "Spark-The Revolutionary New Science of Exercise and the Brain," Dr. Ratey has established himself as one of the world's foremost authorities on the brain-fitness connection. He serves as Adjunct Professor at National Taiwan Sports University and is Reebok's Ambassador for Active Kids.
Recognized by his peers as one of the Best Doctors in America since 1997, Dr. Ratey and his work are frequently profiled in the media, where he’s been featured on ABC, CBS, NBC, PBS and NPR, as well as in The New York Times, Newsweek, The Washington Post, US News and World Report, Men’s Health, and other national publications.
Steven Porges & Sue CarterIntimacy
Steven Porges & Sue CarterIntimacy
Dr. Sue Carter is Professor of Psychiatry at the University of North Carolina. She is Professor Emerita of Psychiatry at the University of Illinois at Chicago and has formerly held the position of Distinguished University Professor of Biology at the University of Maryland and prior to that was Professor in the Departments of Psychology and Ecology, Ethology and Evolution at the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign. Dr. Carter is past president of the International Behavioral Neuroscience Society and holds fellow status in that Society and in the American Association for the Advancement of Science. She has authored over 275 publications, including editorship of 5 books. The most recent of these is Attachment and Bonding; A New Synthesis (MIT Press).
Research from Dr. Carter’s laboratory documented the role of oxytocin and vasopressin in social bond formation. Her most recent work focuses on the developmental consequences of oxytocin, including perinatal exposure to synthetic oxytocin, and the protective role of this peptide in the regulation of behavioral and autonomic reactivity to stressful experiences.
Dr. Porges is Professor of Psychiatry at the University of North Carolina. He is Professor Emeritus of Psychiatry at the University of Illinois at Chicago, where he directed the Brain-Body Center, and at the University of Maryland, where he chaired the Department of Human Development and directed the Institute for Child Study. He served as president of the Society for Psychophysiological Research and the Federation of Behavioral, Psychological, and Cognitive Sciences. He is a former recipient of a National Institute of Mental Health Research Scientist Development Award.
He has published more than 200 peer‐reviewed scientific papers across several disciplines including anesthesiology, critical care medicine, ergonomics, exercise physiology, gerontology, neurology, obstetrics, pediatrics, psychiatry, psychology, space medicine, and substance abuse. In 1994 he proposed the Polyvagal Theory, a theory that links the evolution of the mammalian autonomic nervous system to social behavior and emphasizes the importance of physiological state in the expression of psychiatric disorders.
He is the author of The Polyvagal Theory: Neurophysiological foundations of Emotions, Attachment, Communication, and Self-regulation (Norton, 2011) and is currently writing Clinical Applications of the Polyvagal Theory: The Transformative Power of Feeling Safe (Norton, 2015).
Daniel Ellenberg, PhD is a co-founder of Relationships That Work®, founder/director of Strength with Heart® men’s groups and workshops, and a principal in Rewire Leadership Institute®. In his work as a leadership coach, communication consultant, licensed psychotherapist, seminar leader, and group facilitator, he helps people create meaningful, inspiring, and resilient personal and professional lives.
Daniel co-authored Lovers for Life: Creating Lasting Passion, Trust, and True Partnership with Judith Bell, contributed to The Communication Path, and Mastering the Art of Success, Volume 8. He is in private practice in San Francisco and Marin County. He is a board member of the Wellspring Institute for Neuroscience and Contemplative Wisdom.
Daniel specializes in helping people create more authentic, compassionate relationships with themselves and others. He believes that people often learn best when they laugh most. He has led workshops in various places, including Esalen Institute, Spirit Rock, Association of Humanistic Psychology, Stanford University, and NASA. At NASA, he co-created and delivered a specially designed resilience training program.
He has been interviewed on radio and television, particularly focusing on the themes of mindful relationships and male psychological transformation.
Daniel J. Siegel, M.D. is currently clinical professor of psychiatry at the UCLA School of Medicine and the founding co-director of the Mindful Awareness Research Center. He is also the Executive Director of the Mindsight Institute, which offers online learning and in-person lectures that focus on how the development of mindsight in individuals, families and communities can be enhanced by examining the interface of human relationships and basic biological processes.
Dr. Siegel is an author who has published extensively for the professional audience. He serves as the Founding Editor for the Norton Professional Series on Interpersonal Neurobiology which contains over three dozen textbooks. Dr. Siegel’s books include Mindsight, Pocket Guide to Interpersonal Neurobiology, The Developing Mind, Second Edition, The Mindful Therapist, The Mindful Brain, Parenting from the Inside Out, The Whole-Brain Child, and The New York Times bestseller Brainstorm. He has been invited to lecture for the King of Thailand, Pope John Paul II, His Holiness the Dalai Lama, Google University, and TEDx.
For more information, please visit: www.DrDanSiegel.com.
Roshi Joan HalifaxService
Roshi Joan HalifaxService
Roshi Joan Halifax, Ph.D., is a Buddhist teacher, Zen priest, anthropologist, and pioneer in the field of end-of-life care. She is Founder, Abbot, and Head Teacher of Upaya Institute and Zen Center in Santa Fe, New Mexico. She received her Ph.D. in medical anthropology in 1973 and has lectured on the subject of death and dying at many academic institutions and medical centers around the world. She received a National Science Foundation Fellowship in Visual Anthropology, was an Honorary Research Fellow in Medical Ethnobotany at Harvard University, and was a Distinguished Visiting Scholar at the Library of Congress.
From 1972-1975, she worked with psychiatrist Stanislav Grof at the Maryland Psychiatric Research Center with dying cancer patients. She has continued to work with dying people and their families, and to teach health care professionals and family caregivers the psycho-social, ethical and spiritual aspects of care of the dying. She is Director of the Project on Being with Dying, and Founder of the Upaya Prison Project that develops programs on meditation for prisoners. She is also founder of the Nomads Clinic in Nepal.
She studied for a decade with Zen Teacher Seung Sahn and was a teacher in the Kwan Um Zen School. She received the Lamp Transmission from Thich Nhat Hanh, and was given Inka by Roshi Bernie Glassman.
A Founding Teacher of the Zen Peacemaker Order and founder of Prajna Mountain Buddhist Order, her work and practice for more than four decades has focused on applied Buddhism. Her books include: The Human Encounter with Death (with Stanislav Grof); The Fruitful Darkness; Simplicity in the Complex: A Buddhist Life in America; Being with Dying: Cultivating Compassion and Wisdom in the Presence of Death; Being with Dying: Compassionate End-of-Life Care (Professional Training Guide); Seeing Inside, among others. She is a Lindisfarne Fellow and a Mind and Life Fellow and Board member.
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Grounded in science, super practical, and full of heart, the Foundations of Well-Being will show you how.
Jam-packed with inspiration, emotional support, fascinating ideas, and powerful tools
Results that last, with more happiness, love, and ease built into your brain
Special benefits for therapists, educators, coaches, healthcare professionals, and human resources trainers
24 continuing education credits available for coaches psychotherapists, social workers, and nurses for only $50
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Solid, substantive, and interesting, exploring important topics and skills
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Live, interactive teleseminars with Rick Hanson throughout the year
Easy listening on the go with program content available in audio-only formats
An archive of program resources available for easy access any time
Scholarships for those who need one
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Participant-only forums with sections applying the program to particular interests, such as children, mindfulness, depression, anxiety, trauma, addiction recovery, and spiritual practice
Down-to-earth, friendly, and for the general public—the Foundations program is for everyone looking for real brain change and lasting inner strength and peace
Act Now!—Starting in 2015, the program tuition will go up to $360.
MONTHLY PAYMENT PLAN
- 9 easy payments
- Full access to all of the powerful tools
- 30 day money back guarantee
- Real brain change—for the better, for good
FULL PAYMENT PLAN
- 1 payment
- Full access to all of the powerful tools
- 30 day money back guarantee
- Real brain change—for the better, for good
Have more questions?
What do I get in each Pillar of Well-Being?
• Two hours of video presentations by Rick Hanson, Ph.D., offering interesting information, useful tools and methods, guided experiential practices, and responses to participant questions
• A new video interview with a guest expert
• Audio-only formats of these videos for easy listening on the go
• The Powerpoint slidesets used for Dr. Hanson’s presentations, plus related slidesets
• Guided creative activities that deepen the impact of the program
• Articles and handouts
• Related talks, videos, and other resources
• Access to participant-only forums, with sections applying the program to particular interests, such as mindfulness, children, stress management, depression, anxiety, trauma, addiction recovery, or spiritual practice.
• Weekly updates with inspiring quotations, suggested reflections, and bonus materials
When can I explore each Pillar of Well-Being?
How much time does the Foundations program take?
Will I get to ask questions?
During the program, Rick Hanson will offer four live hourlong Q&A teleseminars. You’ll be able to listen and participate in them, plus they’ll be archived for easy access.
You can also send in your questions or comments to firstname.lastname@example.org, and as time allows, Dr. Hanson will respond to them in his presentations.
We’ll let you know we received your question or comment, but please know that in a program of this size, it is just not possible for us to offer an individual reply.
Do I need any special technology?
And now the details:
• Since this is an online program, you’ll want access to the internet.
• The written materials (including slidesets) can be downloaded as pdfs, and if you don’t already have it, you can get the free Adobe Reader here.
Are there any suggested readings?
Rick Hanson’s New York Times bestselling book – Hardwiring Happiness: The New Brain Science of Contentment, Calm, and Confidence – is highly recommended, since it shows you how to turn your passing experiences – including in the Foundations program – into lasting inner resources woven into the fabric of your brain and your life.
You might like Dr. Hanson’s other books as well:
• Buddha’s Brain: The Practical Neuroscience of Happiness, Love, and Wisdom
And if you want to go even deeper, we’ll suggest a book for each Pillar of Well-Being:
Self-Caring Self-Compassion: Stop Beating Yourself up and Leave Insecurity Behind, by Kristin Neff, Ph.D.
Mindfulness Wherever You Go, There You Are: Mindfulness Meditation in Everyday Life, by Jon Kabat-Zinn, Ph.D.
Learning Hardwiring Happiness: The New Brain Science of Contentment, Calm, and Confidence, by Rick Hanson, Ph.D.
Vitality Spark: The Revolutionary New Science of Exercise and the Brain, by John Ratey, M.D.
Confidence The Gifts of Imperfection: Let Go of Who You Think You’re Supposed to Be and Embrace Who You Are, by Brene Brown, Ph.D.
Calm The Relaxation Response, by Herbert Benson M.D.
Motivation The Power of Habit: Why We Do What We Do in Life and Business, by Charles Duhigg
Intimacy You Just Don’t Understand, by Deborah Tannen, Ph.D.
Courage Non-Violent Communication: A Language of Life, by Marshall Rosenberg, Ph.D.
What does the program cost?
To support your commitment in the program and thus what you get out of it, we suggest that you pay the full tuition if you can by choosing the one-time payment option.
Otherwise, choose the monthly payment option. Depending on when you register, there’s a one-time catch-up fee so you can get current with the program. Then, we’ll set up an automatic debit to your credit card of $25/month until you’ve paid the full tuition of $300 for the program.
Do you offer group discounts?
For 5 or more people—such as a collection of friends, team at work, book club, staff in a counseling center, yoga class, or members of a company—we offer a discount of $50 per person.
Just email us at email@example.com and tell us a bit about your group and the number of people who are in it. We’ll give you a special “promo code” that each member of your group should use when registering for the Foundations program. It’s as simple as that.
Is there a money-back guarantee?
You bet. If you decide that this program is not for you, just tell us at firstname.lastname@example.org by November 7 or within 30 days of your enrollment – whichever is later – and we’ll give you a full refund.
How is the program organized?
By repeatedly experiencing feelings of safety, satisfaction, and connection through the Foundations program, you will develop an unconditional internal sense of peace, contentment, and love.
What’s the schedule each month?
We’re all doing this together, so there is a feeling of excitement and community! Here’s what you will get each month:
• 1st Tuesday of the month, at 5 pm Pacific Time (PT) – Rick Hanson’s first 30 minute video presentation, plus a pdf of his PowerPoint slideset and related materials
• 2nd Tuesday, 5 pm PT – Rick Hanson’s second 30 minute video presentation, plus the first experiential creative activity
• 3rd Tuesday, 5 pm PT – Rick Hanson’s third 30 minute video presentation, plus a guest expert interview
• 4th Tuesday, 5 pm PT – Rick Hanson’s fourth 30 minute video presentation, plus the second experiential creative activity
Of course, we will be adding many new neat articles, talks, links, and other goodies throughout the month. And as always, you can go back and look at anything you missed if you’re not able to join us at 5 pm Pacific Time on the first through fourth Tuesdays of each month.
Can I download Foundations materials to my own computer?
Definitely. You can also stream Dr. Hanson’s presentations and the guest expert interviews, in either a video or audio-only format.
Is the Foundations of Well-Being (FWB) psychotherapy?
No, it is not.
This is an educational program, not treatment for any physical or mental health condition. Participants take responsibility for their own experience in the program, and Rick Hanson, his staff, and the guest experts do not have a professional relationship with them.
We welcome your comments and questions. We’ll let you know we received your question or comment, but please know that in a program of this size, it is just not possible for us to offer an individual reply.
Are there any risks in this program?
The Foundations program emphasizes the having and the internalizing of experiences of various inner strengths – psychological resources – such as mindfulness, resilience, gratitude, compassion, and courage. These experiences are usually enjoyable, and as people develop inner strengths, they typically become more able to handle the challenges and other risks of life – and with less sense of upset or overwhelm.
Nonetheless, as with any educational process of personal growth, psychological material may get stirred up for you that is uncomfortable. Please engage the Foundations of Well-Being at a pace and a depth that feel good to you. Draw upon the coping skills and other inner strengths you already have as well as the ones you are developing through this program. And if need be, please reach out to professional help if that would serve you.
Do you have an Affiliate program to help spread the word?
If you are an individual or organization with a substantial list and you would like to tell others about FWB – and are interested in receiving benefits for those who enroll through you – please go here for more information.
Why are you offering the Foundations of Well-Being?
Who is this program for?
The Foundations program is for the general public, with special benefits for coaches, counselors, educators, healthcare professionals, and human resources trainers.
We offer 24 Continuing Education Units (CEUs) for psychotherapists, social workers, and nurses – for just $50. Please go here for more information.
What are the actual dates each month that new content will be added to the program?
October 7, 14, 21, 28
November 4, 11, 18, 25
December 2, 9, 16, 23
January 6, 13, 20, 27
February 3, 10, 17, 24
March 3, 10, 17, 24
April 7, 14, 21, 28
May 5, 12, 19, 26
June 2, 9, 16, 23
July 7, 14, 21, 28
August 4, 11, 18, 25
September 1, 8, 15, 22
Each content piece will be available at 5PM PT on the day it is released. If you’re not available on these specific dates and times, the material will be accessible to you on the program site anytime through October 2015 after its release date.
How long can I access Foundations materials?
You will be able to access and download Foundations materials until December 31st, 2015.
Could FWB be helpful for psychotherapy, coaching, or mindfulness training?
The Foundations program is not psychotherapy, coaching, or mindfulness training. But it could be a useful adjunct to these, as well as to human resources training, to classes in self-compassion or stress management, and to informal personal growth practices, such as meditation.
For example, in FWB you’ll learn how to turn your passing experiences in psychotherapy or other activities into lasting psychological resources encoded in your brain. You’ll also develop particular resources – such as self-understanding, emotional balance, vitality, and assertiveness – that could increase the benefits you get in any kind of mental health activity.
If you are in psychotherapy while you are doing the Foundations program, please tell your therapist about this.
How old do you need to be to take the Foundations program?
You must be 18 or older to register.
If you are under 18 but are a teenager who is self aware and motivated, this program could be helpful to you. Please have a parent or guardian register for you, and have this person send an email to email@example.com, giving their permission for you to take FWB.
What are the Terms and Conditions of the program?
People who register for the Foundations of Well-Being agree to these Terms and Conditions:
- I am 18 or older, or a teenager whose parent or guardian has registered for me and communicated his or her permission to firstname.lastname@example.org for me to take this program.
- I understand that this is an educational program, not treatment for any physical or mental health condition. I take responsibility for my own experience in the program, and I am able to manage my reactions to program material on my own. I understand that Rick Hanson, his staff, and the guest experts do not have a professional relationship with me.
- I understand that any information conveyed to Rick Hanson in the context of the program may be read by members of his staff. Dr. Hanson may refer to comments or questions we receive in his presentations or other public communications; if he does this, he will do his best to leave out any identifying information, but please understand that any information you send to us is not confidential.
You can view the Terms and Conditions for this program at any point by visiting http://www.rickhanson.net/foundations-program/terms-conditions/.