Volume 7 Issue 2 short reading course

The Body-Mind and Health “Think With Your Whole Body”

(1 hour)

In this course you will learn:

  • The expanded role of psychotherapy in the 21st Century
  • The vital link between physical and mental wellbeing
  • The role of inflammation on mental health
  • The link between autoimmune disorders and mental health
  • The stress-inflammation connection
  • The mind-brain-gut axis
  • How to use a knowledge of neuroscience with clients
  • Using memory reconsolidation
  • Somatic awareness

(This course is for Standard subscribers only)


NPT Volume 7 Issue 2 (1 hour)
Module 1 The Body-Mind and Health “Think With Your Whole Body”
Unit 1 Introduction
Unit 2 Behavioral Health
Unit 3 The Immune System
Unit 4 Chronic Inflammation
Unit 5 The Brain’s Immune System
Unit 6 The Mental Health Consequences of Excessive Fat Cells
Unit 7 Autoimmune and Psychological Disorders
Unit 8 The Stress-Inflammation Connection
Unit 9 Mind, Brain, and Gut
Module 2 An Integrated Rapid Memory Reconsolidation Approach: Rapid Resolution Therapy
Unit 1 Part I
Unit 2 The Set-Up: Describing Neuroscience Without a Yawn
Unit 3 Meaning, Belief, Thought, and Learning
Unit 4 Memory Consolidation and Reconsolidation
Unit 5 Case example
Unit 6 Somatic Awareness
Unit 7 Measuring Success
Volume 7 Issue 2 short reading course will take you though the articles The Body-Mind and Health “Think With Your Whole Body” and “An Integrated Rapid Memory Reconsolidation Approach: Rapid Resolution Therapy.”
In this course you will learn:
  • The expanded role of psychotherapy in the 21st Century
  • The vital link between physical and mental wellbeing
  • The role of inflammation on mental health
  • The link between autoimmune disorders and mental health
  • The stress-inflammation connection
  • The mind-brain-gut axis
  • How to use a knowledge of neuroscience with clients
  • Using memory reconsolidation
  • Somatic awareness

John Arden, Ph.D., is the author of 14 books including Mind-Brain-Gene (2019, W.W.Norton & Company). He has a background in neuropsychology and is the director of training for mental health for the Kaiser Permanente Medical Centers in Northern California. In this capacity, he oversees one of the largest mental health training programs in the world, operating in 22 different medical centers throughout Northern California.

 

 

Mary is the executive director and founder of the MindWise Institute, which focuses on “Relationships with the Brain in Mind”. She specializes in using brain based approaches in psychotherapy with couples, children, and families. She presents on topics that include Memory Reconsolidation, MindWise Relationships, Parenting, Co-Parenting through Divorce and Beyond, and Suicide Prevention.Lastly, and perhaps most importantly, Mary advocates for cultivating equal-value approaches to working with all humans in all areas of life and reducing stigma in mental health!

 


 

 

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