Clinical Trainings & Presentations
Linda offers advanced professional development trainings to psychotherapists through community counseling centers, colleges and universities, local and national conferences. The focus of most of the clinical trainings is the new discipline of relational neuropsychology.
Topics include the neuroscience of resilience, the neuroscience of self-care, the neuroscience of attachment, integrating mindfulness into psychotherapy, and the power of mindful empathy to heal toxic shame.
From a foundation in relational psychodynamic psychotherapy and attachment-based couples therapy, clinicians learn to integrate mindfulness practice, somatic-based trauma therapies and experiential modalities into their ongoing clinical work.
From didactics, experiential exercises and group discussions, clinicians integrate theory and research findings with empirically validated methods that help clients move from relational distress and trauma to a deeper resilience, and a recovered relational intelligence and intimacy.
Transcripts of recent clinical trainings and workshops
Clinical PowerPoint slides
PowerPoint slides of recent clinical trainings and workshops