Rick Hanson, Ph.D., is a NY Times bestselling author and an internationally recognized leading expert on positive neuroplasticity.
Dr. Hanson draws on a 40-year background in clinical psychology, human potential, and neuroscience to help thousands of people rewire their brains, overcome their mental health challenges, and become the fullest version of themselves.
His work has been praised by Stephen Porges, Tara Brach, Peter Levine, Kristine Neff, and Dan Siegel; featured in national media, and embraced by millions of readers as a voice they can trust.
The Positive Neuroplasticity Course recording is a unique opportunity for you to train with Dr. Hanson himself and discover how your clients can enjoy more successful therapeutic outcomes from the science-backed strategies of Positive Neuroplasticity!
Watch Dr. Hanson as he shares an invaluable toolbox full of accessible practices along with a reliable blueprint for how you can more skillfully assess and treat clients and catalyze lasting change.
Watch this hands-on 4-day recording and learn how to:
- Treat anxiety, depression, trauma, and shame with positive neuroplasticity techniques
- Foster rapid and far-reaching healing and growth with evidence-based strategies
- More skillfully assess which psychological resources your clients need most for better treatment outcomes
- Turn clients’ experiences into lasting inner strengths for improved clinical results
- Skills and tools to make lasting changes inside the brain
- Rapidly overcome therapeutic obstacles by using positive psychological material to soothe and replace negative material
- More effectively work with couples, children, and other special populations
Don’t miss this rare opportunity to train with a leading expert on positive neuroplasticity and feel the satisfaction of bringing new and effective paths to healing to your clients.
What You’ll Learn In Positive Neuroplasticity Course
- Explain how to incorporate the combination of client’s challenges, vulnerabilities and resources into clinical assessment for a better understanding of a client.
- Describe the importance of the two-stage process of learning as it relates to clinical outcomes.
- Demonstrate three fundamental ways to engage the client’s mind skillfully for clinical practice.
- Define the practice of positive neuroplasticity as relates to clinical practice.
- Explain the science of Positive Neuroplasticity and how to teach the methods to clients.
- Utilize two psychological resources that can be used to teach clients their personal strengths.
- Demonstrate two practices to use clinically for clients to have beneficial experiences.
- Incorporate exercises to help clients learn ways to deepen experiences for healing.
- Name three ways to encourage clients to internalize beneficial experiences and its importance for growth.
- Describe three blocks to the deliberate internalization of beneficial experiences that can slow clinical work.
- Explain the research of the three-stage evolution of the human brain and how it relates clinically.
- Identify key resource experiences to meet clients’ needs.
- Discuss case studies of specific psychological resources showed to improve psychological disorders such as anxiety, trauma and depression.
- Explain the different levels of client engagement with painful or upsetting thoughts, feelings, memories, or sensations and treatment implications.
- Practice skills to help clients holding in awareness for a positive thought or feeling as well as a negative one.
- Provide perspective and clinical practices for self-compassion.
- Utilize practices to help clients manage threats from calm strength rather than fear, anger or helplessness.
- Teach clients skills to enjoy life’s pleasures without getting driven or addicted.
- Demonstrate ways for clients to internalize experiences of accomplishment and success in everyday life.
- Guide clients in the importance of being aware of both a desired behavior and an anticipated reward of it.
- Summarize the importance and research of client self-acceptance and self-worth for better treatment outcomes.
- Describe how clients can approach relationship issues from compassion and self-respect rather than resentment and inadequacy.
- Practice a psychological cue each to evoke a sense of peace, contentment, and love to use in session.
- Discuss Rick Hanson’s HEAL process and how it can relation to treatment.
- Model two ways to incorporate the HEAL process in psychotherapy.
- Integrate the HEAL process for the treatment of anxiety, depressed mood, addiction, and trauma.
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