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snipe-premiereeventDan Siegel and Rick Hanson

Dan SiegelRick Hanson Brain science research has taken the world of psychotherapy by storm. But, as therapists, how do we separate hype and pseudo-science from clinically relevant facts about the brain?

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Diane Poole Heller

Diane Poole HellerPsychotherapists trained primarily in the “talking cure” are increasingly recognizing the need to work with clients’ nonverbal communications. Symposium 2013 Keynote Speaker Diane Poole Heller is an expert in recognizing the unconscious issues that clients are often unable to express.

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Stephen Porges

Stephen PorgesPsychophysiologist Stephen Porges’s research on the polyvagal nervous system has deepened our understanding of the evolutionary roots of trauma and anxiety. In this Webcast Session, he highlights the roles of the parasympathetic nervous system and social engagement in making us feel safe and calm enough to self-regulate.

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Jerome Kagan and Dan Siegel

Jerome KaganDan Siegel Attachment Theory has proven itself to be more than a passing trend. It’s formed the basis for such an array of treatment models and approaches that many of today’s therapists have attached themselves to Attachment Theory. But at what cost?

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Dan Siegel

Dan SiegelThese days, it’s hard to ignore the huge amount of research and energy currently being devoted to neuroscience. In this Webcast Session on neurobiology, Daniel Siegel argues that our cache of knowledge about the brain is more valuable when integratedwith the therapist–client relationship.

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Janina Fisher

Janina FisherTherapy is a complex, shifting, neurobiological exchange between two human organisms—a brain-to-brain dance. But who’s the leader? In this Symposium 2013 Workshop, Janina Fisher leads you through demonstrations and practices that help you consciously notice when your nervous system shifts with clients.

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PNJF14-3Let’s Look at How the Brain Really Works

By Mary Sykes Wylie

If therapists are going to bring genuine insights—not just soundbites—from neuroscience into the practice of therapy, they need the nuanced, sophisticated understanding of the brain that gifted explicators like Stephen Porges and Norman Doidge offer.

PNJF14-1What’s Ahead in Psychotherapy’s Fascination with Brain Science?

By Rick Hanson

Labeling behavior in fancy neurophysiological terms can make what we do sound more scientifically rigorous than the notoriously fuzzy language of psychotherapy, but how clinically useful is this brain language anyway?