This conference looks at how this knowledge can be applied to enhance the process of change through the therapeutic relationship.
In a stimulating series of talks and discussions, members of the Boston Change Process Study Group present cutting-edge work on crucial elements that enable change to occur, including implicit relational knowing and implicit attachment-related processes. A dialogue with prominent synthesizers of interpersonal neurobiology; and affective neuroscience, explain how this information can be applied to enhance the process of change through moments of interaction between patient and therapist.
Understand factors that produce change in psychotherapy.
Recognize how the therapeutic relationship allows the patient to translate experience into meaning.
Understand the relation between therapeutic change and changes in brain and mind.
This program includes the following tapes:
- (430) Introduction to Recognition Process in Infancy and in Psychotherapy
- (431) Development of Conflict and Defense
- (432) Changes in the Mind, the Brain, and the Body in Various Psychotherapeutic Contexts
- (433) The Something More than Interpretation: Co-Creativity & Sloppiness in a Clinical Case
- (434) What is Therapeutic about Therapy: The Role of Recognition and Fittedness in Patient-Therapist Excha
- (435) Panel Discussion I
- (436) Where is the Meaning in Relation to Implicit Relational Processes?
- (437) How Meaning is Created in the Brain
- (438) Catalyzing Change in Relational Processes in Parent-Infant Consultation
- (439) Discussions with T. Berry Brazelton
- (440) Discussion of New Views of Patient-Analyst Mutual Influence and Their Clinical Implications
- (441) Final Panel Discussion II
Program CD Price: $145.00
Homestudy Price: $165.00
Homestudy Credit: 14 continuing education hours
Plus sales tax (for CA residents) & Shipping (Additional Shipping Charge for International Orders)
Total CD's: 13