Does knowing more about the brain actually help us become better therapists? It does and this course shows you how. It brings you the work of a number of leading clinicians on how to build a bridge between neuroscience and clinical practice.
Here's What Reading Course R102, Getting Comfortable with the Brain, Covers:
- How to tailor interventions specifically to clients' brain styles.
- The fundamental principles of Dan Siegel's Interpersonal Neurobiology and its practical clinical applications.
- How to use an undersanding of core self-regulatory processes in your practice.
- A range of couples-specific interventions based on how the brain works.
- The implications for relationships of the latest findings on mirror neurons.
- How therapy rewires the brain for health, and how to keep your brain from being negatively rewired by your client's.
3 CE Hours • $39
R102 Getting Comfortable with the Brain Course Readings
Mindsight: Dan Siegel Offers Therapists a New Vision of the Brain by Mary Sykes Wylie
Altered States: Why Insight by Itself Isn’t Enough for Lasting Change by Brent Atkinson
Mirror Mirror: Emotion in the Consulting Room Is More Contagious than We Thought by Babette Rothschild
Discoveries from the Black Box: How the Neuroscience Revolution Can Change Your Practice by Mary Sykes Wylie
Brain to Brain: New Ways to Help Couples Avoid Relapse by Brent Atkinson