Richard Hill is a neuro-psychotherapy practitioner in Sydney, Australia. He is an international lecturer and keynote speaker on the topics of neuroscience and psychosocial genomics has developed special training courses for suicide prevention, and is the originator of the Curiosity Approach. He is the author of Choose Hope; How the “real world’ Is Driving Us Crazy!; has written numerous papers and articles as well as several book chapter in association with the Strengths Based Practice International Social Work Group. His latest the book is The Practitioners Guide to Mirroring Hands co-authored with Ernest Rossi, PhD, a Crown House publication, 2017. Richard is President of GAINS; a select member of the International Psychosocial Genomics Research Group; an Esteemed Member of the International Council of Professional Therapists; on the Advisory Board of The Neuropsychotherapist; and Director of the Mindscience Institute. He holds Masters degrees in Arts; Education; and Mind and Brain Sciences.