Silvia Stenitzer stars on the Living From Happiness podcast show — Today’s topic: Interpersonal Neurobiology and Psychodrama

Listen to the podcast on Inkandescent Radio Living from Happiness: Happiness Doc Melanie Harth interviews Silvia Stenitzer

In this episode of the Living from Happiness podcast show, psychotherapist Silvia Stenitzer explains how it works, and why it matters, along with simple how-to tips for using the latest neuroscience research to live happier.

Living from Happiness, Jan 13, 2016 “Yikes! This topic is a mouthful,” admits Living From Happiness podcast host Dr. Melanie Harth. “Nonetheless, it’s a very important one.” In this episode, psychotherapist Silvia Stenitzer explains how it works, and why it matters, along with simple how-to tips for using the latest neuroscience research to live happier. Click here to learn more!

And don’t miss Silvia’s podcast show, Soul Action, on the Inkandescent Radio network: www.SoulActionRadio.com.

Learn more about Silvia at SilviaStenitzer.com.


About the Happiness Doc, Dr. Melanie Harth: A Santa Fe, NM-based counselor, Melanie specializes in helping high-achieving, high-functioning women who feel lost and scared — no matter how strong and accomplished they are. On her weekly show, guests share thought-provoking convos, from mindfulness and neuroscience to positive psychology and creativity, the show’s all about living well in transformational times.

Melanie explains: “I teach women how to re-connect with themselves and their dreams, discover what brings them joy and happiness, and achieve their goals. A lot of my clients have been thinking about working with a therapist for a while, but they’re not always sure their problems are serious enough to get help,” she explains. “Or they’ve gotten so used to struggling, oftentimes in secret, that they can’t remember what it feels like to sleep well, and feel good about the day ahead of them. Also, many of my beloved clients have trust issues and want to make sure they’re emotionally safe before opening up their hearts, which I totally honor and respect.

“After all, it’s not always easy to shift from being the one who’s in charge of and on top of everything to feeling vulnerable and unsure. And if you come from a painful past, you want to protect your vulnerability. I understand. I come from a background of childhood sexual trauma; I’ve spent my life learning how to feel strong in my vulnerability, know that I’m safe, no matter what, and that my desires and needs are important.”

Click here to learn more about the Happiness Doc: thesantafetherapist.com