Join us for a workshop with Dr. Marie-Nathalie Beaudoin on this exciting new book.
- 1199 Bush Street (map and parking information below)
- San Francisco, CA 94109
- Friday, March 25, 2011
- 9:30am - 4:30pm
- (see below for mail-in registration information, or register on the day of the workshop)
The last decade has seen an explosion of research in neuroscience, and the fantastic realization that we can literally change our brains (neuroplasticity). Scientists have gathered an ever growing body of evidence on how certain structures in the brain can actually be altered when people are exposed repeatedly to certain activities and environments. Do these revolutionary findings have implications in the therapeutic conversations we carry with clients? In this workshop, we will explore, in easy to understand language, some of the key discoveries in brain research, and interpersonal neurobiology, and their application in therapeutic conversation. Clinical work enriched with brain compatible practices tends to be more effective, and usable by clients in their everyday challenges. This material will be illustrated by funny metaphors, interesting transcripts of conversations, clinical videos, live interviews, thought provoking exercises, and concrete maps to assist participants in applying these ideas to their own professional contexts.
Early bird registration: $90 (check must be received by March 19)
- 6 CEU's for Psychologists, LCSWs, and MFTs
- Make checks payable to:
- 21760 Stevens Creek #102
- Cupertino, CA 95014
- Click here to view a larger map with the location marked by a green arrow.