Mutual Regressions and Moments of Growth in Deep Psychotherapy

Mutual Regressions and Moments of Growth in Deep Psychotherapy

With Dr Allan Schore

Recorded Saturday 12 June 2021

Citing his recent volume Right Brain Psychotherapy (W. W. Norton & Company, 2019), Allan Schore will discuss the critical clinical role of transient synchronized mutual regressions. He defines these as the process of returning to an earlier stage of development as a conduit to developmental growth.

In heightened affective moments in the therapy session, when the patient is experiencing a right brain emotional state, the psychobiologically attuned therapist implicitly synchronizes with that regression. In this way, a right-lateralized interbrain synchronization allows for the communication and regulation of both conscious and unconscious affects at a profound level.

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SPEAKERS

Dr Allan Schore,

FULL PROGRAMME

Part 1

Q&A

Part 2

Q&A

Part 3

Q&A

FEES

Confer member:
£48
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Self-funded:
£60

Test and Certificate of Attendance:
£25

CPD

A certificate of attendance may be applied for (3 hours CPD) on the basis of passing a multiple choice questionnaire.

Please click ‘Book Online’ below and select the ‘CPD Certificate of Attendance’ to purchase. The multiple choice questionnaire will then be added to your Confer account for completion.

SCHEDULE

00:02:20
Part 1

00:59:37
Q&A

01:13:15
Part 2

02:02:21
Q&A

02:13:52
Part 3

03:05:58
Q&A

03:27:05
End

LEARNING OBJECTIVES

By attending this workshop virtually, participants will be able to:

By attending this workshop virtually, participants will be able to:

  • Locate the notion of ‘regression’ in the history of psychoanalysis and related fields.
  • Explain the neuropsychology behind right-brain to right-brain psychotherapy.
  • Describe therapeutic implications of working with mutual regressions in psychotherapy.
  • Explain some differences between right-brain and left-brain communication in therapeutic interactions.