The Neuroscience of Psychotherapy: Healing the Social Brain - Details:
After a century of estrangement, neuroscience and psychotherapy are struggling to attain a tentative rapprochement. Emotions and relationships have been legitimized as areas of study in the laboratory, and therapists are beginning to admit that the brain and the mind are interrelated. Based on this new perspective, therapists are beginning to weave the language of neuroscience into their theories, techniques, and case formulations.
Through interpersonal neurobiology, we can understand the connection between mind, brain and body. In this 2-day session, learn how to incorporate perceptions of self and others from a variety of viewpoints from different fields. By relating clinical case material to recent scientific findings, discover both the relevance and the utility of neuroscience as a theoretical and clinical tool.