Neurobiology and its Applications to Psychotherapy

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Lucy BivenDr Mona DeKoven FishbaneProfessor Vittorio GalleseDr Jean KnoxDr Ruth LaniusDr Terry Marks-TarlowDr Iain McGilchristDr Jaak PankseppProfessor Stephen PorgesDr Allan SchoreDr Dan SiegelProfessor Mark SolmsDr Alan WatkinsDr Felicity de ZuluetaHenry Strick van Linschoten

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Self-funded:
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Organisationally-funded:
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Institutional account (4 or more):
£100 per user

Teaching licence (10 or more):
£65 per student

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MODULE
INCLUDES

  • 15 hours of videoed lectures
  • Supporting notes, slides or references
  • 3 hours of audio recordings with captions, diagrams or images
  • Bibliography
  • Links to selected papers and books (due shortly)
  • Discussion forum
  • A certificate of attendance may be applied for (21.5 hours CPD) on the basis of passing a multiple choice questionnaire assessing your knowledge of the module: £36

LEARNING OBJECTIVES

  1. To be able to distinguish and describe at least 2 areas of neurobiology research where it is applicable to psychological therapies.
  2. To be able to explain and discuss the historical development of neurobiology as a science, and describe at least 3 ways such knowledge informs psychological processes.
  3. To list 4 neurobiological features of the peripheral nervous system that relate to emotional and relational regulation and dysregulation
  4. To analyse how these features can be related to a) anxiety, b) PTSD, and c) depression
  5. To list 2 developmental issues that impact on neurobiological functioning.
  6. To be able to apply applying neurobiology to your own treatment strategies.
  7. To describe 3 principle differences between the functions of the right and left hemispheres of the brain
  8. To list Jaak Pansepp's 7 Core Emotional Processes in the mammalian brain, and their underlying neurotransmitters

STUDY GUIDES

The following brief papers provide a summary of the main issues in the field of Neurobiology and its Applications to Psychotherapy
  • Scientific method and neurobiology
  • Some Historical Origins of Neurobiology
  • Neuroplasticity
  • Controversy: the mind-body divide
  • The sources of neuroscientific knowledge
  • The neurobiological basis of human relationships
  • Controversies: drugs versus talking therapies
  • Controversies: Genetic and environmental influences
  • The neurobiological contribution to psychotherapy
  • Some basics of human biology
  • Neuroanatomical vocabulary and concepts
  • Study tips
Authored by Henry Strick van Linschoten