Volume 6 Issue 12 short reading course

Interpersonal Neurobiology Can Lead to Healthier Communities; Leading with Integration in Mind; The Relationship is the Therapy: Applying Interpersonal Neruobiology in Psychotherapy.

(1.5 hours)

In this course you will learn:

  • How interpersonal neurobiology can be applied to community
  • The triune model of brain division
  • The difference between feelings and emotions
  • The importance of social connection
  • How leaders can learn from IPNB and the principles of integration and mindfulness
  • How neuroplasticity, affect regulation, and attunement all play powerfully into effective psychotherapy

(This course is for Standard and Premium, subscribers only)


NPT Volume 6 Issue 12 (1.5 hrs)
Readings from The Neuropsychotherapist Volume 6 Issue 12 (December 2018)
Module 1 Interpersonal Neurobiology Can Lead to Healthier Communities
Unit 1 Neuroanatomy
Unit 2 Feelings and Emotions
Unit 3 Social Connections
Module 2 Leading with Integration in Mind
Unit 1 The IPNB Lens on Leadership
Unit 2 What this means in practice
Unit 3 One Case Example—Two Scenarios
Module 3 The Relationship is the Therapy: Applying Interpersonal Neurobiology in Psychotherapy
Unit 1 Introduction
Unit 2 Right Brain to Right Brain—Affect Regulating
Unit 3 Attunement and Making the Implicit Explicit
Volume 6 Issue 11 short reading course will take you though the articles Interpersonal Neurobiology Can Lead to Healthier Communities; Leading with Integration in Mind; The Relationship is the Therapy: Applying Interpersonal Neruobiology in Psychotherapy.

This self-study activity consists of 1.5 hour of continuing education, or professional development, instruction. Credit requirements and approvals vary across countries, organizations and state board regulations. Please save the test results at the end of each unit, the certificate of completion you receive from the activity and contact your organization to determine specific filing requirements.

We are unable to guarantee the success of logging 1.5 CE/PD points for this course as the requirements vary significantly across countries, states, and organizations.

All self-study participants will have to have achieved 80% or better pass rate to receive a certificate of completion. If you require a copy of the test/evaluation for CE purposes, please print at the time you take the test – these are available as a download after you complete each test section.

In this course you will learn:
  • How interpersonal neurobiology can be applied to community
  • The triune model of brain division
  • The difference between feelings and emotions
  • The importance of social connection
  • How leaders can learn from IPNB and the principles of integration and mindfulness
  • How neuroplasticity, affect regulation, and attunement all play powerfully into effective psychotherapy

Mary Meador, MD, is a board-certified family physician with a passion for helping others understand and appreciate the indivisible connection between our physical and mental health. A graduate of Weil Cornell Medical School, she did her residency at Oregon Health Sciences University and now lives in Bend, OR. In addition to having a private practice with a focus on mental health, Mary teaches the science of interpersonal neurobiology and helps communities to build resilience and thrive in the face of adversity. She also serves on the GAINS board and the board of the Andrus Children’s Center. www.marymeador.com

 

 

Lynn Redenbach, RPN, MA, RCC, is currently doing her doctorate on Leadership and Change in Health Care. She also works as a psychotherapist in private practice as well as being a clinical manager of a nonprofit mental health organization on Vancouver Island, British Columbia, Canada. She is passionate about integrating IPNB into her leadership practice and is proud to be the current Vice-President of GAINS. Lynn can be reached at [email protected]

 

 

Debra Pearce-McCall, PhD, LP, LMFT, has been bringing IPNB into leadership, organizations, and ethics for years, and loves sharing the framework through her work as a coach, therapist, speaker, educator, and writer. Debra provides private consultations (in person in Portland, Oregon and virtually, anywhere) and customized group experiences; she integrates mind/brain and relating, and inspires folks to infuse their life and work with curiosity, compassion, and positive impact. Debra helped grow GAINS and currently serves as Past-President; she has also co-created two certificate programs in IPNB. Reach her at [email protected]

 

 

Mandy Shewfelt, MSW, RSW, RCC, lives in Vancouver, Canada, where she founded Holding Space Psychotherapy, a private practice that focuses on the needs of adults, couples, and therapists. Her practice is informed by a relational and embodied approach that is supported by current research in interpersonal neurobiology and attachment theory. She serves on the GAINS board of directors. As a mother, partner, therapist, and trauma survivor, Mandy devotes her energy to nurturing wholeness, authenticity, and connectedness in relationships. You can find out more about Mandy’s practice at Holdingspace.ca.


 

 

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