Resources for Recovering Resilience: Update on a Wealth of Resources for Recovering Resilience – Psychotherapy 2.0 Summit

I’m more than thrilled to be presenting “Cultivating Neuroplasticity for Resilience and Well-Being” online this Saturday, September 10, 2016 at 4pm PT. Part of the amazing Sounds True Psychotherapy 2.0 Summit on neuroscience, attachment, mindfulness and trauma.

My webinar, and all the webinars in the series, are free at the time of broadcast, by clicking here.

(The entire series – videos, audios, transcripts with a 100% satisfaction guarantee – will available for purchase and download forever once the series closes.)

Here’s the full line-up for the entire summit September 7-13, 2016:

WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 7

  • Bessel van der Kolk, MD
  • 10:00 AM Mountain Daylight Time
  • “Trauma, Body, and the Brain: Restoring the Capacity for Synchronicity and Imagination”

WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 7

  • Diana Fosha, PhD
  • 5:00 PM Mountain Daylight Time
  • “How to Be a Transformational Therapist”

THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 8

  • Diane Poole Heller, PhD
  • 10:00 AM Mountain Daylight Time
  • “Intergenerational Trauma and No One to Blame”

THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 8

  • Gay Hendricks, PhD and Katie Hendricks, PhD
  • 5:00 PM Mountain Daylight Time
  • “Transforming Relationships Through Body Intelligence”

FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 9

  • Terry Real
  • 10:00 AM-Mountain Daylight Time
  • “Working with Trauma In Couples Therapy: Healing Inner Child Parts”

FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 9

  • Maggie Phillips, PhD
  • 5:00 PM Mountain Daylight Time
  • “Polyvagal Solutions for Pain and Trauma: Where Self and Nervous Systems Meet”

SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 10

  • Margaret Wehrenberg, PsyD
  • 10:00 AM Mountain Daylight Time
  • “The Purpose of Worry and How to Manage It”

SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 10

  • Linda Graham, LMFT
  • 5:00 PM Mountain Daylight Time
  • “Catalyzing Neuroplasticity for Resilience and Well-Being”

SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 11

  • Ray Castellino, DC, RPE, RCST
  • 10:00 AM Mountain Daylight Time
  • “Pre- and Peri-Natal Perspectives and Somatic Psychology: Seven Principles for Healthy Families and Small Groups of People”

SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 11

  • Ellyn Bader, PhD
  • 5:00 PM Mountain Daylight Time
  • “The Developmental Model of Couples Therapy: Stimulating Change in High Conflict and Conflict Avoidant Couples”

MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 12

  • Steven Hayes, PhD
  • 10:00 AM Mountain Daylight Time
  • “The Power of Turning Toward: How to Change Your Clients Lives, and Your Own, with Psychological Flexibility”

MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 12

  • Stan Tatkin, PsyD
  • 5:00 PM Mountain Daylight Time
  • “Forensic-Type Techniques for Rapid Information Gathering in Couple Therapy”

TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 13

  • Richard Schwartz, PhD
  • 10:00 AM Mountain Daylight Time
  • “Treatment of Trauma and the Internal Family Systems Model”

TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 13

  • Jack Kornfield, PhD
  • 5:00 PM Mountain Daylight Time
  • “Loving Awareness: Discovering the Gifts of Buddhist Psychology for the West”
  • Many of these presenters have been my own teachers and mentors, pioneers in the leading edge of psychotherapy.

And when you register for the free series, you’ll receive the gift of a 24-page article I wrote on “Neuroplasticity – the Game-Changer for Stress, Shame and Trauma” on harnessing the mechanisms of brain change. Just for registering.

Please do. Please enjoy the learning.