How People Change: Relationships and Neuroplasticity in Psychotherapy (Full MP3 digital program)

"This program recording includes all presentations available (Irvin Yalom, Jessica Benjamin, Dan Hughes, Peter Levine, Russell Meares, John Norcross, Mary Pipher, Allan Schore, Daniel Siegel, Stan Tatkin, Margaret Wilkinson) from the 2013 Annual Interpersonal Neurobiology conference. As we co ntinue to integrate research related to the nature of the brain, mind and body, we are moving towards remarkable new insights into how people change. This program offers the opportunity to explore the deeply social nature of the brain, investigate the properties of healing relationships and learn ways that new scientific insights provide us with a deeper understanding of how psychotherapy works. Preview audio samples included in this program: "

 

After completion of this program listeners will be able to:

Define intersubjectivity and how it impacts the right brain.

Describe 5 properties of healing relationships.

Apply 2 treatment modifications when working with children and adolescents.

Discuss how treatment creates integration and change in the brain.

Outline how stimulating specific neural pathways in the brain facilitates change without conscious thought.

Explain how the social brain links the unconscious of the therapist with the unconscious of the patient.

Implement 4 nonverbal methods of affecting change in treatment.

Conference Recordings
Presenter(s) Irvin Yalom, Jessica Benjamin, Dan Hughes, Peter Levine, Russell Meares, John Norcross, Mary Pipher, Allan Schore, Daniel Siegel, Stan Tatkin, Margaret Wilkinson
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Time 15 hours
Year 2013
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