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Dealing effectively with challenges and crises is the core of resilience and well-being. Helping clients develop flexible strategies for coping with everyday disappointments and extraordinary disasters is the heart of the therapeutic process.
Modern neuroscience is illuminating how to harness the brain’s own mechanisms of change to rewire seemingly “stuck” and intractable coping strategies that are defensive, dysfunctional, and blocking of growth. In this practice-oriented training, clinicians will learn through experiential exercises and group discussions which tools and techniques of brain change best help clients reverse the impact of stress and trauma; regulate emotions to come out of anxiety, depression, grief, loneliness, guilt and shame; deepen self-compassion and empathy; connect them to their inner resources; strengthen resonant relationships that foster perseverance and resilience; and shift their perspectives through mindful awareness and reflection to discern options and make wise choices.