Hope Intervention is a free, live, science-based, clinically informed 30-minute experiential video webinar supported in part by a grant from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation. We plan to host a free 2-hour long Hope Intervention Revival on Juneteenth, 2021. To receive information about this event, please join our newsletter list (see bottom of page).
Hope is a public health and personal health issue. When you experience hope, it improves physical and emotional wellbeing.
Sessions were led by Dr. Julia Mossbridge, a futurist who studies time and the relationship of people to time and Dr. Michael Sapiro, PsyD, a clinical psychologist and meditation teacher and researcher. Sometimes they included a special guest.
Watch Videos of Previous Hope Interventions:
Download and listen to a hope meditation as well as read an article about the science of hope by Dr. Julia Mossbridge and Dr. Laura Nissen here.
Dr. Julia Mossbridge
Dr. Julia Mossbridge is a fellow at the Institute for Noetic Sciences, an associated professor at the California Institute of Integral Studies, and the Executive Director of the nonprofit TILT: The Institute for Love and Time.
She is best known for her research in mental and physical time travel, artificial intelligence, and consciousness. She has rigorously researched a wide range of fascinating phenomena, including precognition, future orientation, unconditional love, and how sound influences mood and cognition. Additionally, Mossbridge has explored models for personal transformation and self-transcendence.
Julia received her M.A. in neuroscience from the University of California, San Francisco, and completed her Ph.D. and post-doctoral fellowship in psychophysics and cognitive neuroscience at Northwestern University. Her books include The Calling (a science-based transformational text) and a textbook on consciousness co-authored with Imants Baruss and published by the American Psychological Association, Transcendent Mind. Dr. Mossbridge holds the patent on the heart-based decision-making app Choice Compass and is applying for a patent on informational time travel technology.