Defining Moments in Couples Therapy: Neuroscience in the Consulting Room – Susan Johnson & James Coan
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Understanding the neurobiology of the brain not only explains how change happens, it also translates into more effective psychotherapy. In this dynamic demonstration-workshop, Sue Johnson, EdD and James Coan PhD offer a dialogue demonstrating the relevance of neuroscience to the process of repairing couples relationships. Together the presenters will review recorded couples therapy sessions to explore how neurobiological insights can inform and help shape a therapist’s moment-by-moment decision-making.
- Demonstrate how to “read” clients’ facial and body language as outward signs of their brain function and emotional processing — and use this knowledge to select and time interventions more effectively.
- Describe how to make your interventions more efficient by tapping into the processes of relational regulation.
- Determine when clients can’t self-soothe or access higher brain functions and intervene accordingly.
- Identify the relevance of neuroscience to the process of repairing couples relationships.
Overview of couple’s therapy
- Recognizing EFT in therapy
- Using a clear, systematic approaches to get the best outcomes – Attachment Theory
Experiencing couple’s therapy
- Discover how relationships affect the brain with James Coan
- Evoke the attachment panic to activate brain function
- Exposure to a recorded couple’s therapy session
Concluding remarks with Sue Johnson and James Coan
- Explaining client vulnerabilities and what it means for treatment
- Techniques to help couples change and grow through each other for a better sense of self
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