Neuroscience for Therapists
Affect Regulation and Early Brain Development
Saturday, 22 March 2014 (10am - 4.30pm)
Neuroscience is everywhere these days from psychotherapy, to mindfulness, to leadership development so as therapists we might feel we are supposed to know something about it. But where to start? It is a wide and complicated field.
Kathrin Stauffer, UKCP registered Body Psychotherapist and Author will lead this one-day workshop focusing on the key research into early brain development for psychotherapists, counsellors and therapists across a range of therapeutic modalities.
The workshop will give some general background on the nervous system (including the brain) but will mostly focus on topics of particular relevance to therapists.
Kathrin will give special attention to:
The workshop will include some experiential exercises. Participants are invited to bring questions, ideas and client material as well as their own life stories for discussion.
Kathrin has taught anatomy and physiology for psychotherapists for many years and therefore has a good sense of what is digestible and of interest.
Cost: £75.00 / Early Bird - £60 (on payments received by 1 February 2013).
UKCP registered Body Psychotherapist, Supervisor, Trainer & Author
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