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Changing Minds in Therapy - Emotion, Attachment, Trauma, and Neurobiology

8th March 2011
Books_ChangingMindsThere is an increasing clinical focus on how recent advances in research on neuroscience, attachment and trauma can be applied to treating patients with a history of early neglect and relational trauma. Margaret Wilkinson draws on her extensive clinical expertise as a therapist to explain the role of the mind-brain relationship in therapeutic change. The book covers issues such as how the brain works to assist in therapeutic change, and how healing from early trauma is tied into, and influenced by, brain function. Cutting-edge research is here applied to the practical, clinical challenge of addressing and overcoming trauma.

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Article Id: 17801
Date Added: 8th Mar 2011

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