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The Brain that Changes Itself: Neuroplasticity in Clinical Practice with Norman Doidge

Neuroscience: NP0032 – Session 5

As a therapist are you looking to expand your knowledge of the brain in therapy? With Norman Doidge you’ll learn what neuroplasticity is, how thoughts change the brain, and what the plasticity paradox is.

After the session, please let us know what you think. If you ever have any technical questions or issues, please feel free to email support@psychotherapynetworker.org.

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3 Responses to The Brain that Changes Itself: Neuroplasticity in Clinical Practice with Norman Doidge

  1. laura2863 says:

    I’m frustrated by this series. I thought there would be more focus on “concrete strategies” rather than just asking people to talk about themselves, their interests, what got them interested in their studies, etc. I miss the “concrete strategies” I thought we were going to be exposed to.

  2. kw171 says:

    dr. doidge is a remarkable man with tremendous insight. i think neuroplasticity is the wave of the future. i did read the brain that changes itself and i highly recommend it. thank you for an informative session

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