The field of stress and trauma is where neurobiology and psychotherapy are really meeting and informing each other these days, where psychotherapy provides new challenges and directions for neurobiological research and also neurobiology provides new impulses and narratives for psychotherapy.
This presentation addresses some of the processes involved in the formation and resolution of post-traumatic stress states as well as ordinary, non-traumatic, stress, where trauma is conceptualised as a form of extreme and transmarginal stress. It presents ways of helping clients to live better with traumatic memories and also clinical considerations helpful in the processing of trauma memories.
The presentation combines theory and clinical case material. It focuses on how we can make use of neuroscience to work therapeutically with our clients.
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