Techniques for Anxiety, Pain, and Memory Reconsolidation
Strategies for Attachment & Complex Trauma
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Brain-Based Therapy & Practical Neuroscience: Attachment & Emotion Regulation
October 5, 2016 @ 8:00 am - 4:00 pm$199.99
This seminar focuses on the revolution and sea change occurring in psychotherapy. It describes how to conceptualize psychotherapy based on an integrative model that discards the need for the “schools of psychotherapy.” Special attention will be on how to talk about the brain in therapy to motivate clients to try evidence-based interventions.
Attend this seminar and learn how to optimize therapy for a variety of clients by harnessing the latest knowledge from neuroscience; developmental psychology; psychotherapy research; evidence-based practice; attachment research; and psychodynamic and cognitive behavioral approaches. Take home practical strategies for anxiety disorders such as OCD, Generalized Anxiety Disorder, Panic Disorder and PTSD; as well as for depression.
- Describe the role that attachment plays in the development of affect regulation and mood disorders.
- Explain why the future of treatment necessitates a dynamic understanding of the brain and a shift away from the medical model.
- Describe the relationship between diet and mental health.
- Differentiate between implicit and explicit memory and their roles in therapy.
- Describe how mindfulness meditation affects the brain and is used in the treatment of anxiety disorders and depression.
- Explain how the fast and slow tracks to the amygdala play a role in anxiety disorders and therapy with people with anxiety disorders.