Article By Lee Breslouer First published on: Headspace website in 2017 “Time heals all wounds” is a cliché. And like many clichés, it sounds plausible even though it’s complicated. The messy reality of those “wounds,” which may result from traumatic events, grief, and heartbreak, is that they can heal over time. They might also heal […]
Article By Jacqueline M. Hames First Published: August 27, 2010 on https://www.army.mil/article/44335/rapid_resolution_therapy Rapid Resolution Therapy Utilized For Post Traumatic Stress Disorder Post-traumatic stress disorder is a serious and often hard-to-treat condition. It can affect the lives of Soldiers and their loved ones severely and can interfere with daily life. Finding the right treatment can greatly […]
Many people speak about the brain as having parts. In fact, it has specific hemispheres and key areas—BOTTOM, MIDDLE, and TOP—that can be targeted to harness neuroplasticity. As a therapist, you want to influence a client’s BOTTOM brain. That’s how you create lasting change. Most psychotherapists use talk therapy, which works with the TOP brain. […]
Neuroplasticity. As a therapist, you need to understand this term especially when conceptualizing problems and planning client interventions. You can use neuroscience in your practice for better results. Understanding neuroplasticity provides the key to creating fast and lasting change for your clients. The concept of rewiring your brain can be seen in the media and […]
I’ve been busy but have not been blogging. I was just looking at my last post, and it’s been close to two years since I shared the news with you that I had joined my fellow licensed psychologist, Ruth M. Buczynski, PhD, President of The National Institute for the Clinical Application of Behavioral Medicine (NICABM) […]
Dr. Elizabeth Michas has accepted challenge to become part of the worldwide community dedicated to exploring the next generation of ideas for how to integrate neuroscience into clinical practice to get better clinical outcomes, and more quickly.
“Give the breath a hand” – Brain-based Hypnotherapy (advanced training) December 4, 2015 Mindful awareness to breathing, counting, sensations and other focal-fixation points are frequently utilized by practitioners in their interventions to calm brain and nervous system. In this training, we’ll explore the benefits of hypnotic relaxation interventions to target an increase in brain responsiveness […]
Hypnotherapy Workshop August 28-30, 2015 Come learn the advantages of using a neuro-scientific approach to hypnotherapy as a powerful tool for brain change. Dr. Michas will review the basics of hypnosis, plus illuminate the keys to a brain-changing conversation and playing the whole brain for transformation. Understand more about how and why hypnosis is the […]