Today we talk to Dr Francis Lee Stevens who’s latest book, Affective Neuroscience in Psychotherapy, offers an alternative model of psychotherapy, using the patient’s emotions as the focal point of treatment. This unique text approaches emotions as the primary source of intervention, where emotions are appreciated, experienced, and learned from as opposed to being regulated solely.
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I enjoyed hearing how Francis Lee Stevens integrates regulation and reconsolidation and the right and left brain in his paradigm.
Its not new stuff yet very well organised material easy to follow and understand.
Great way to work with emotions.