Neurobiology and its Applications to Psychotherapy - II

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With Module Speaker:
Lucy BivenDr Nessa CareyDr Ruth LaniusDr Dianne Campbell LefevreDr Dan SiegelProfessor Mark SolmsDr Sharon StanleyProfessor Oliver TurnbullDr Alan Watkins

  • This module includes 12 hours of lectures supported by captions, diagrams or images
  • Supporting notes slides or references
  • This content is available 24/7 for 1 year per subscription
  • A selection of brief papers summarising the theoretical history, aetiology, diagnosis and treatment of trauma and dissociation
  • Bibliography
  • Links to selected papers and books

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FEES

Self-funded:
£160

Self-funded (for current subscriber to Neurobiology and its Applications to Psychotherapy):
£150

Organisationally-funded:
£200

Institutional account (4 or more):
£80 per user

Teaching licence (10 or more):
£50 per student

Test and Certificate of Attendance:
£36

CPD

A certificate of attendance may be applied for up to 14 hours of CPD (pro rata on the basis of correct answers in multiple choice questionnaire. £36

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LEARNING OBJECTIVES

  1. To be able to describe the inflammatory process as a response to stress, and to outline at least 2 impacts on the systems of the body (autonomic nervous system, HPA axis, neuroendocrinology)
  2. To be able to explain human vulnerability to stress and distinguish developmental factors from adult experiences
  3. To further understand the interaction between emotion and physiology and to be able to discuss at least 2 current theories on the relationship between the mind and physiology
  4. To be able to explain recent findings on the relationship between diet and the inflammatory response, and cite 3-4 links
  5. To explain the relationship between stress and immunity
  6. To be able elaborate the concept of somatised trauma
  7. To be able to understand and explain the concept of epigenetic change and distinguish this from DNA mutation

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