Volume 7 Issue 4 short reading course

Catching The Wave; Worried? Science Investigates Some of Life’s Common Concerns
(1 hour)

In this course you will learn:

  • What is pro-being pride
  • Implementing memory reconsolidation in a session
  • How to follow clinical intuition
  • Gaining a scientific perspective on what you can and can’t change and making moves to change the things you can and reduce the stress in your life.

(This course is for Standard subscribers only)


NPT Volume 7 Issue 4 (1 hour)
Module 1 Catching The Wave
Unit 1 Case Study
Module 2 Worried?
Unit 1 Part I
Unit 2 Part II
This short reading course looks at two recent articles from the April 2019 issue of The Neuropsychotherapist – Catching the Wave and Worried? Catching the Wave is a case study by Ken Benau as he looks at the concept of pro-being pride in therapy. He walks us through a case of a woman in her late 60s who ends up finding a place of new strength and confidence as he uses memory reconsolidation, an awareness of pro-being pride, and his own style of relating to clients. The second article, Worried? Science investigates some of life’s common concerns, takes a look at why this modern age is so fraught with stress and what we should be paying attention to in order to reduce that stress.
In this course you will learn:
  • What is pro-being pride
  • Implementing memory reconsolidation in a session
  • How to follow clinical intuition
  • Gaining a scientific perspective on what you can and can’t change and making moves to change the things you can and reduce the stress in your life.

Ken Benau, PhD, is a licensed clinical psychologist with 27 years’ experience. He has a private practice in psychotherapy, consultation and training in Kensington, CA, located in the San Francisco Bay area. For many years, Ken worked in school settings and outpatient psychotherapy with children, teens and young adults with special psychosocial and learning needs, including those living with learning differences, attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), and autism spectrum disorder (ASD).

Lise Johnson, PhD, is a biomedical engineer, educator, and writer from Centennial, Colorado. She is currently the director of Basic Science Curriculum and Assistant Professor of Physician Assistant Studies at Rocky Vista University, and is co-author, with Eric Chudler, of Brain Bytes: Quick Answers to Quirky Questions about the Brain.

 

Eric H. Chudler, PhD, is a neuroscientist at the University of Washington and the executive director of the Center for Sensorimotor Neural Engineering in Seattle. In addition to conducting research related to how the brain processes information from the senses, he has worked with fellow scientists and teachers to create materials to help the public understand how the brain works. Chudler graduated from the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) in 1980 with a B.S. degree in Psychobiology and attended the University of Washington, where he received an M.S. degree and a Ph.D. degree from the Department of Psychology.

 


 

 

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