November 2nd, 2019
The Interpersonal Neurobiology of Clinical Change: From Clinical Relationship to Personal Capacity
Saturday November 2, 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM
401 Bicentennial Way, Santa Rosa, CA 95403. MOB2 Rooms 4 and 5
PRESENTER: Dr. Michael Changaris
This interactive presentation will explore the neurobiology of clinical change, interpersonal relationships, and co-regulation as the anchor for developing clinical change. Clinicians will develop practical tools for assessing areas of patient emotion and social regulation system development, learning to speak the language of the brain systems that drive relationship, and developing clinical tools to grow the innate capacities of relational brain systems. Clinicians attending this training will develop basic tools for patient neuroscience education.
Students will develop tools create address implicit bias in the clinical dyad, reduce the impact of implicit bias in the clinical dyad and, and support co-regulation. Clinicians in this workshop will understand poly-vagal theory, neuroception and ways to develop innate capacity for relational safety through a cultural humility and cultural responsive framework.
6 CE units will be offered for attendance .
*This workshop is under review by CPA for CE credit. If approved, CPA will co-sponsor this event with the Redwood Psychological Association. The California Psychological Association is approved by the American Psychological Association to sponsor continuing education for Psychologists. CPA maintains responsibility for this program and its content. The BBS also recognizes CPA CE credit for their licenses.
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