Toward A New Psychology of Interpersonal Relationships
This audio program includes ALL PRESENTATIONS available from the 2012 IPNB conference. The focus of this conference is on integration of essential implicit communications in therapeutic and other deeply experienced relationships. These include recent interpersonal neurobiological models that describe the right brain/mind/body systems, and how this impacts communications, as well as newer bodily-based trauma models that focus on the enduring impact of stress on the central and autonomic nervous systems.Also learn how early attachment disturbances can lead to a wide variety of adult relational problems, especially when combined with unresolved trauma. The ability to form and sustain reciprocal interpersonal relationships is notably disrupted in individuals who experience early traumas in attachment patterns. Preview audio samples included in this program:
After completion of this program you will be able to:
Define intersubjectivity and how it impacts the right brain.
1.Discuss the historical shift of perspective on couples.
2. Describe and understand the Game Theory definition of trust.
3. Identify different types of emotional expression.
|Presenter(s)||Diane Ackerman, Marion Solomon, Harville Hendrix, Ellyn Bader, John Gottman, Daniel Siegel, Alanis Morrissette, Allan Schore, James Coan, Pat Ogden, Stephen Porges, Edward Tronick, Arietta Slade, Les Greenberg, Iain McGilchrist|