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The Neuropsychotherapist Volume 5 Issue 6

Volume 7 Issue 5

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NEUROSCIENCE
Early Emotional Attachment, the Development of the Right Brain,
and the Relational Origins of the Unconscious Mind
Allan N. Schore

APPLIED NEUROPSYCHOTHERAPY
The Caring Observer:
Creating Self-Compassion through Psychodrama
Connie Lawrence

INTERVIEW
Trancework
Michael Yapko

SPOTLIGHT
Flavio Cannistra

50 pages

The Neuropsychotherapist Volume 5 Issue 6

Volume 7 Issue 4

Content

CASE STUDY
Catching The Wave
Ken Benau

COMMENTARY
Milton H. Erickson’s Paths of Effective Psychotherapy
Ernest Lawrence Rossi & Kathryn Lane Rossi

THE LEADING EDGE
A Quantum Field Theory (QFT): Integrating Feynman’s Path Integral of Physics with Milton Erickson’s Pathways of Effective Consciousness and Cognition in Neuropsychotherapy
Ernest Lawrence Rossi & Kathryn Lane Rossi

APPLIED NPT
Worried? Science Investigates Some of Life’s Common Concerns
Lise Johnson and Eric Chudler

51 pages

The Neuropsychotherapist Volume 5 Issue 6

Volume 7 Issue 3

Content

FEATURE
An Integrated Rapid Memory Reconsolidation Approach:
Rapid Resolution Therapy Part 2
Mary Bowles

RESEARCH
Laughter May Be the Best Medicine
Millions on Prescription Sleeping Pills Would Sleep Through a Fire Alarm

FEATURE
The Power to Change
Jan Sky

APPLIED NPT
A Neuropsychological Analysis of Self-Injurious Behavior
Derrick L. Hassert

APPLIED NPT
Grief and Loss in Young People: A Neuroscience Perspective
Karen Ferry

 

48 pages

The Neuropsychotherapist Volume 5 Issue 6

Volume 7 Issue 2

Content

FEATURE
“Infomania”
An Ontological Block to Understanding Consciousness
Steve Minett

FEATURE
The Body-Mind and Health
“Think with your whole body”
John Arden

FEATURE
The Brain Basis for Integrated Social, Emotional, and Academic Development (Part 2)
Mary Helen Immordino-Yang, Linda Darling-Hammond, Christina Krone

APPLIED NPT
An Integrated Rapid Memory Reconsolidation Approach: Rapid Resolution Therapy
Mary Bowles

56 pages

The Neuropsychotherapist Volume 5 Issue 6

Volume 7 Issue 1

Content

“Why does my brain hate me?”
Resistance As Relearning
Derrick L. Hassert

The Brain Basis For Integrated Social, Emotional, and Academic Development – How Emotions and Social
Relationships Drive Learning
Mary Helen Immordino-Yang, Linda Darling-Hammond, Christina Krone

Addiction
John Falcon

Bringing The Body Into The Therapy Room
Sophia Davis

52 pages

The Neuropsychotherapist Volume 5 Issue 6

Volume 6 Issue 12

Content

The Story of How GAINS Came To Be
Debra Pearce-McCall, Lauren Culp and Kirke Olson

Two Ways of Understanding Things
A Conversation With Iain McGilchrist about What Matters with Bonnie Badenoch
Iain McGilchrist and Bonnie Badenoch

Trauma-Sensitive Schools and Communities: Hearing the Music Through the Static
Greg Czyszczon and Kirke Olson

IPNB: Life, Liberty, and the Pursuit of Happiness
Lauren Culp

Interpersonal Neurobiology Can Lead to Healthier Communities
Mary Meador

Leading with Integration in Mind
Lynn Redenbach and Debra Pearce-McCall

The Relationship is the Therapy: Applying Interpersonal Neurobiology in Psychotherapy
Mandy Shewfelt

Uncovering the Invisible Roots of Learning
Kirke Olson

Eternal Echoes: Exploring Our Yearning to Belong
by John O’Donohue
Lynda Klau

 

90 pages

The Neuropsychotherapist Volume 5 Issue 6

Volume 6 Issue 11

Content

Short Cut
The New Royal Road?
Quieting the Default-Mode Network
David Van Nuys

Applied NPT
A National Program to Promote Children’s Cognitive and Mental Well-Being in 
Conflict-Afflicted Iraq
Juman Kubba

Feature
The Yoga of Creative Consciousness and 
Cognition in Neuropsychotherapy (Part 2)
Kathryn Lane Rossi

Leading Edge
An Integrated Quantum Field Theory of the Evolution of Life, Consciousness, Cognition and the Neuroscience of Neuropsychotherapy
Ernest Lawrence Rossi and Kathryn Lane Rossi

Last Word
Mind-Brain-Gene: 
Toward Psychotherapy Integration
John Arden

 

56 pages

The Neuropsychotherapist Volume 5 Issue 6

Volume 6 Issue 10

Content

APPLIED NPT
The Neurodevelopmental Impact of Stress, Adversity, and Trauma: 
Implications for Social Work (Part 2)
Janet R. Shapiro and Jeffrey S. Applegate

FEATURE
The Yoga of Creative Consciousness and Cognition in Neuropsychotherapy
Kathryn Lane Rossi

FEATURE
Mind Switches:
Everything That Needs to Change to Favour Change
Fabio Sinibaldi

 

58 pages

The Neuropsychotherapist Volume 5 Issue 6

Volume 6 Issue 9

Content

APPLIED NPT
The Neurodevelopmental Impact of Stress, Adversity, and Trauma: 
Implications for Social Work (Part 1)
Janet R. Shapiro and Jeffrey S. Applegate

BOOK REVIEW
The Practitioner’s Guide to Mirroring Hands
Tom Barber

FEATURE
Aware: The Science and Practice of Presence
Daniel J. Siegel

THE LEADING EDGE
Quantum Physics and the Science of Psychotherapy: 
Cosmic Consciousness, Stress, and Therapeutic Cognition
Ernest L. Rossi and Kathryn L. Rossi

SPOTLIGHT
Roger Keizerstein

 

51 pages

The Neuropsychotherapist Volume 5 Issue 6

Volume 6 Issue 7

Content

THE LEADING EDGE
Reflections on the Evidence-Based Practice of Psychotherapy
Dr. David Van Nuys

FEATURE
The Science of Addiction
Dr. Dave & Dr. Carlton Erickson

FEATURE
Considering the Nature of Our Left and Right Hemisphere’s Engagement
Dr. Allan Schore and Dr. Iain McGilchrist with facilitator Dr. Mary Meador

SPOTLIGHT
Deb Dana

52 pages

 

The Neuropsychotherapist Volume 5 Issue 6

Volume 6 Issue 6

Features

Resilience Training: Using Flow States to Move from Anxiety and Depression to Optimal States of Thriving

Kershaw and Wade introduce us to the concepts of resilience training using technology to help us change states of mind. Through an understanding of brain waves and neural connectivity, the authors take a fascinating look at our very malleable mental and neural processes.

Carol Kershaw & Bill Wade

Safety, Danger, and Life-Threat: Adaptive Response Patterns

Deb Dana offers us the first chapter of her upcoming book Polyvagal Theory in Therapy, in which she introduces us to the polyvagal theory and its practical application in therapy.

Deb Dana

Departments:

  • Research
  • Applied NPT: Experiencing Trauma and the Arc of Recovery
  • Spotlight: David Elliott

53 pages

The Neuropsychotherapist Volume 5 Issue 6

Volume 6 Issue 5

Features

Neuro-Narrative Thearpy

Jeff Zimmerman explores the history and role of neuroscience in narrative therapy in his chapter “Toward a Neuro-Narrative Therapy: Histories of the Present Revisited”. He looks at the development of narrative therapy in the different social contexts it has grown up in and what this means for today’s narrative therapeutic approach.

Jeffrey Zimmerman

A new connection between stress and cancer, and a psychosocial genomic approach to therapy

We all know that stress is not good for our health, and the connection between chronic stress and cancer seems obvious these days. But what is the actual relationship involved? This article explains some of the mechanics to both the stress–cancer connection and some of the treatments.

Ernest Rossi, Richard Hill, Kathryn Rossi

Departments:

  • Research
  • Applied NPT: Experiencing Trauma and the Arc of Recovery
  • Last Word: What is our future?

47 page

The Neuropsychotherapist Volume 5 Issue 6

Volume 6 Issue 4

Features

Healing the Unconscious Conflicts of Being Our Authentic Self Using the Change Triangle

An exploration of trauma challenging some thoughts about anxiety and depression. Hilary explains the change Triangle and how it can be used to both understand and guide healing.

Hilary Jacobs Hendel

Reconsidering the Nature of Trauma

From her book The Heart of Trauma: Healing the Embodied Brain in the Context of Relationships, Bonnie asks us to reconsider the nature of trauma. By understanding the impact of all the small traumatic incidents we all encounter as we grow and form an understanding of the world and others, we can appreciate better how life impacts our neural development.

Bonnie Badenoch

Departments:

  • Research
  • Applied NPT: Resilience in the Making: The Balance of Bending and Breaking – Jessi LaCosta
  • Spotlight: Kirke Olson

47 pages

The Neuropsychotherapist Volume 5 Issue 6

Volume 6 Issue 3

Features

Play and Creativity in Psychotherapy

A reminder of the importance of both play and intuition in psychotherapy, Terry Marks-Tarlow beautifully details the “dance” that is the art of psychotherapy. Illustrated with her own drawings, Terry emphasises the important role of imagination and play in therapy, while calling us to be intuitive and authentic, as vital aspects of the therapeutic alliance.

Terry Marks-Tarlow

The Nuntius Nuclei: A New Neuroscience For Curiosity

Richard Hill describes what he has called the nuntius nuclei—a collection of brain nuclei that form an integrated system that produce and distribute neurotransmitters throughout the brain and form what has been described as the “chemical balance” of the brain. Richard suggests that curiosity activates all the nuntius nuclei and produces the most beneficial brain state for therapeutic change and learning—a “curious” state of mind that is beneficial for health and well-being.

Richard Hill

Departments:

  • Research
  • Spotlight

50 pages

The Neuropsychotherapist Volume 5 Issue 6

Volume 6 Issue 2

Features

COHERENCE: THE HEART CONNECTION TO PERSONAL, SOCIAL AND GLOBAL HEALTH

We are all part of a complex interconnected network. Rollin McCraty explains, from the individual to the global, how this system demonstrates coherence—a harmony within and between. This is a fascinating exploration of the science of harmony, from personal self-regulation to global energy fields.

Rollin McCraty

NEUROSCIENCE IN COURT: YOUR BEHAVIOR ON TRIAL

Insight into the use of neuroscience and expert testimony in the court system and the growing need for expert witnesses with a grounding in the science of neuropsychotherapy. This article raises important questions about the intentionality, responsibility, and control over criminal behaviour in the light of brain disorders.

Suzanne Podolski

Departments:

  • Short Cut
  • Research
  • Applied NPT
  • Spotlight

56 pages

 

 

 

 

The Neuropsychotherapist Volume 5 Issue 6

Volume 6 Issue 1

Features

MINDFUL LISTENING: CULLING AND SHAPING CLIENT NARRATIVES

Narratology is the practice of “storying”, the sharing of an authentic account of what happened as we perceived it. In this article narratologist Gail Noppe-Brandon explains the transformative power of story and some tips on how to apply it to your life and practice.

Gail Noppe-Brandon

 

SEASONAL AFFECTIVE DISORDER: SAD

Dr. Lori Ann Russell-Chapin, Associate Dean of the College of Education and Health Sciences at Bradley University in Illinois, talks to Richard Hill about seasonal affective disorder, sunlight and neurofeedback. She also reinforces the importance of a holistic approach to therapy and the increasingly significant role neurocounselling is having in psychotherapy today.

Richard Hill & Lori Ann Russell-Chapin

Departments:

  • Short Cut
  • Research
  • Review

49 pages

 

 

 

The Neuropsychotherapist Volume 5 Issue 6

Volume 5 Issue 12

Features

Understanding PANS & PANDAS: The Interplay of Immune System and Mental Health

Naturopath and expert in how body systems affect mental health Micaela Monteiro-Haig takes a look at a group of autoimmune disorders that have a profound impact on mental wellbeing— paediatric acute-onset neuropsychiatric syndrome (PANS).

Micaela Monteiro-Haig

Neuroscience and Couselling

Bob Shebib, Faculty Emeritus at Douglas College, New Westminster, British Columbia, Canada, is an educator and counsellor with broad experience in child welfare, corrections, mental health, and addictions. This month he gives us a comprehensive overview of neuroscience as it pertains to counselling from his book Choices: Interviewing and Counselling Skills for Canadians (7th Edition)

Bob Shebib

Departments:

  • Short Cut
  • The Last Word

63 pages

 

 

 

The Neuropsychotherapist Volume 5 Issue 6

Volume 5 Issue 11

Features

Prepared, Ready and Able: How We Biologically Prepare Ourselves for Future Experience

Why do you suddenly find yourself inside the fridge extracting tasty treats after work? Richard explains why we do what we do from an understanding of memory, neurochemicals and genes.

Richard Hill

The New Mind-Body Science of Depression

Dr. Dave interviews Dr. Charles Raison about the evolution and nature of depression—its protective function and how we can better understand this all too common malady.

Dr. David Van Nuys

Departments:

  • Calendar
  • Integration
  • Spotlight
  • The Last Word

55 pages

 

 

The Neuropsychotherapist Volume 5 Issue 6

Volume 5 Issue 10

Features

The Neurobiology of Feeling Safe

Stephen Porges talks about his scientific journey that brought him to the polyvagal theory and why the feeling of safety is so important from a neurobiological and psychological perspective.

Stephen Porges

Precision ANS Regulation: What to Look For

Babette Rothschild presents us with a very practical tool for monitoring the autonomic nervous system responses of our clients and ourselves. With a wealth of experience and a keen understanding of the nervous system, Babette provides a compelling argument as to why we need to be aware of what is happening in our clients peripheral nervous system.

Babette Rothschild

Departments:

  • Calendar
  • Research
  • Review
  • Applied NPT

54 pages

 

 

The Neuropsychotherapist Volume 5 Issue 6

Volume 5 Issue 9

Features

Evolutionary Perspectives: Attachment theory, affect regulation theory and working with relational trauma.

Dr. Haley Peckham walks us through an evolutionary perspective on attachment and associated emotional development and what this means for clinical practice.

Haley Peckham

Neurobiological Underpinnings of Bonding Analysis

Christa Balkenhol-Wright is a bonding facilitator with expertise in prenatal psychology and hypnotherapy. In this article she expounds on the theories developed by the late psychotherapist Dr. Jenö Raffai in regards to prenatal bonding of mother and baby.

Christa Balkenhol-Wright

Departments:

  • Calendar
  • Research
  • Prefrontal Muse

51 pages

 

The Neuropsychotherapist Volume 5 Issue 6

Volume 5 Issue 8

Features

Neuralplasticity: A new paradigm for understanding and treating mental health issues.

Dr. Haley Peckham introduces neuroplasticity as a new paradigm for understanding and treating mental health issues. At its simplest, neuroplasticity refers to the adaptive capacity of neural systems – the ability of the brain to be meaningfully biologically changed by experience. In this article Dr. Peckham considers the philosophy and science behind this important understanding.

Haley Peckham

How Couples Change: A psychobiological approach to couples therapy (PACT)

Exploring the neurobiology of couples dynamics and what to do about it in a couples therapy session.

Stan Tatkin

Departments:

  • Calendar
  • Research
  • Prefrontal Muse

53 pages

The Neuropsychotherapist Volume 5 Issue 6

Volume 5 Issue 7

Features

I Am an Avatar of Myself: Fantasy, Trauma, and Self-deception

Using neurobiology to help explore deception in nature and self-deception in human beings. Some activities may appear playful but lack the hallmark qualities of play such as equality, mutual pleasure, and voluntarism can prove to be psychologically destructive.

Terry Marks-Tarlow

Getting the Z’s You Want: Sleep Sense in the 21st Century

Exploring the importance of sleep, the cycles of the brain, and some helpful tips on overcoming the anxiety of not being able to get enough sleep.

James Alexander

Departments:

  • Calendar
  • News In Brief
  • Applied NPT
  • Prefrontal Muse
  • Spotlight

53 pages

 

The Neuropsychotherapist Volume 5 Issue 6

Volume 5 Issue 6

Features

Art of the Brain Greg Dunn

It’s Not the Stress You Feel, It’s the Stress You Don’t Kyle Davies

Departments:

  • Calendar
  • News In Brief
  • Reviews – A review of the best apps
  • Applied NPT – The Therapeutic Spiral Model

55 pages

 

The Neuropsychotherapist Volume 5 Issue 5

Volume 5 Issue 5

Features

Oligomeric Proanthocyanidins (OPCs) for the Treatment of Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder James Greenblatt, Jennifer Dimino, & Winnie Lee

Departments:

  • Calendar
  • News In Brief
  • Neuroscience – The Neuroscience of War
  • Neuroscience (Guide to the brain – Memory)
  • Applied NPT – Body Sense
  • Prefrontal Muse – Competitive Gaming
  • Spotlight – Ken Benau

59 pages

 

 

The Neuropsychotherapist Volume 5 Issue 4

Volume 5 Issue 4

Features

The Gut As A Key Player In Neuroscience Micaela Monteiro-Haig

A Unifying Vision of Psychotherapy Supervision (Part 2) C. Edward Watkins

Departments:

  • Calendar
  • News In Brief
  • Neuroscience (Guide to the brain part 15 – Brain-Body Connections)
  • Applied NPT
  • Spotlight (Dan Siegel)

53 pages

 

The Neuropsychotherapist Volume 5 Issue 3

Volume 5 Issue 3

Features

Metacognitive Beliefs in Post-traumatic Stress Disorder – Danielle Hett, Heather Flowe, & Melanie Takarangi

A Unifying Vision of Psychotherapy Supervision – C. Edward Watkins

Departments:

  • Calendar
  • News In Brief
  • Neuroscience (Guide to the brain part 14 – Depression)
  • Integration
  • Research
  • Spotlight

53 pages

 

The Neuropsychotherapist Volume 5 Issue 2

Volume 5 Issue 2

Features

Unified Psychotherapy for Intimate Partner Violence – Danica Harris, Claudia Porras Pyland, Jeff Harris

The Good Enough Therapist: In Treating Trauma Related Dissociation – Kathy Steele, Suzette Boon, Onno van der Hart

Departments:

  • Calendar
  • News In Brief
  • Neuroscience (Guide to the brain part 13 – Depression)
  • Psychopathology
  • Integration
  • Prefrontal Muse

61 pages

The Neuropsychotherapist Volume 5 Issue 1

Volume 5 Issue 1

Kitchen Garden Programs and Changing Brains Karen Ferry

The Promise of Technology for the Aging Brain Adam Gazzaley

Departments:

  • Calendar
  • News In Brief
  • Neuroscience (Guide to the brain part 12 –  Mirror Neurons)
  • Integration
  • Speculation
  • Spotlight
  • The Last Word (Jeffrey Magnavita)

59 pages

The Neuropsychotherapist Volume 4 Issue 12

Volume 4 Issue 12

The New Science of Consciousness Paul Nunez

The Second Brain: Trust Your Gut Leslie Korn

The Good, Bad, and the Ugly of the Body’s Stress Response System Dan Pronk

Departments:

  • Calendar
  • News In Brief
  • Neuroscience (Guide to the brain part 11 – The Default Mode Network)
  • Integration
  • Consciousness
  • The Last Word (Richard Hill)

63 pages

The Neuropsychotherapist Volume 4 Issue 11

Volume 4 Issue 11

Losing Autism Mark & Michelle Hedges

The Body in Stress & Trauma Robert Scaer

Departments:

  • Calendar
  • News In Brief
  • Neuroscience (Guide to the brain part 10 – Striatum, Motivation and Control)
  • Review
  • Spotlight (Losing Autism)
  • The Last Word (Georg Northoff)

57 pages

The Neuropsychotherapist Volume 4 Issue 10

Volume 4 Issue 10

Permissible Curiosity – Gail Noppe-Brandon

Sex Addiction: Holistic Treatment Goals and Protocols for Body, Brain, and Relationship (Part 2)Alexandra Katehakis

  • Calendar
  • News In Brief
  • Neuroscience (Guide to the brain part 9 – Epigenetics)
  • Spotlight (The three stressors for civil war refugees – A personal view from work in Jordan)
  • The Last Word (Barry Karlsson)

53 pages

The Neuropsychotherapist Volume 4 Issue 9

Volume 4 Issue 9

Sex Addiction: Holistic Treatment Goals and Protocols for Body, Brain, and Relationship (Part 1) – Alexandra Katehakis

Exploring Neuro-Philosophy: A David Van Nuys Interview with Georg Northoff – David Van Nuys

  • Your Say
  • Calendar
  • News In Brief
  • Neuroscience (Guide to the brain part 8 – social and physical pain)
  • Consciousness
  • The Last Word (Richard Hill)

51 pages

The Neuropsychotherapist Volume 4 Issue 8

Volume 4 Issue 8

Mind/Body Integration: The Recoding Process – Leanne Kidd

Report on the 2016 Childhood Trauma Conference (Part 2) – Haley Peckham

Departments:

  • Your Say
  • Calendar
  • News In Brief
  • Neuroscience
  • Guide to the Brain Part 7
  • The Last Word (David Van Nuys)

49 pages

The Neuropsychotherapist Volume 4 Issue 7

Volume 4 Issue 7

Rhythms, Sleep, and Dreams – David Presti

Report on the 2016 Childhood Trauma Conference – Haley Peckham

Departments:

  • Neuroscience – The Psychotherapist’s Essential Guide to the Brain Part 6 – Anxiety
  • Research News – Focus on sleep

41 pages

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