(9:00 am - 5:00 pm)
Event is fully booked
Run by: Dan Hughes, Jonathan Baylin, Diana Fosha
Ticket price: $149.00
Event type: Study Day
The Restorative Powers of Our Interpersonal Brains
The Coupling of Neuropsychology & Experiential Therapy in the Treatment of Children, Adults and Families
The new brain science places affect and relationships front and center as mechanisms for both optimal human development as well as for the process of change in psychotherapy. The relationship between the parent and child, partners, and therapist and client matters, matters in the sense that the quality of the relationship is a “mutative factor”, i.e., a facilitator of development and change.
This seminar focuses on the features of human relationships that reflect both the structure and functioning of the human brain and as well as the ingredients of experiential therapy that produce integrative and restorative growth. The place of trust and connection, comfort and joy, along with a full range of affect and relational experiences will be presented. Content will range within the rich complexities of both our brains and also treatment sessions, demonstrated in slides and videos.
Psychologists Baylin, Fosha, and Hughes will present their closely related journeys within these exciting areas of neuroscience and psychotherapy.
- The Neurobiological roots of Trust and Interpersonal Connection
- The Treatment of the Neurobiological roots of Blocked Trust and Blocked Care
- Oxytocin and Beyond: The Neurobiology of Exploration: Vitality, Zest, New Learning
- Developing Therapeutic Conversations with Children and Teens through Curiosity and Empathy
- The Place of Attachment and Intersubjectivity in Family Therapy
- Experiential Work with Attachment and Intersubjectivity
Who is it for?
The workshop is intended for psychologists, psychiatrists, social workers, psychiatric nurses, licensed professional counselors, marriage and family therapists, physicians, medical students, and other graduate students.
More information and bookings
Date: February 27th 2016
Registration starts at 8:30am
Location: Conference Room B (Second Floor), Roosevelt Hospital, 1000 Tenth Avenue (betw. 58th & 59th), New York, NY 10019
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Organized by: AEDP Institute
Organization Website: http://www.aedpinstitute.org/
Dan Hughes, Jon Baylin, & Diana Fosha: The Restorative Power of Our Interpersonal Brain at Roosevelt Hospital, February 27, 2016
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