When it comes to working with emotions in therapy, few interventions deal with the emotion itself and how to respond to it.
Instead, we teach our patients to manage and regulate them…and, in the process, we hope they go away.
But, often, the emotions don’t go away.
Why? Because the modalities you know and practice treat the symptoms and not the cause!
We need a new way to think about psychopathology and this is it!
I’ve devoted my career to affective neuroscience research and emotion-based therapies. And, along the way, helped thousands of patients with their emotional struggles.
YOU CAN easily and effectively help your clients create deep, lasting change by giving them the power to access and accept difficult emotions that come at unexpected times.
Spend this day with me and I guarantee that you will walk away with research proven strategies and tactics that help your patients overcome their emotional challenges and move through trauma, anxiety, and depression.
If you see patients with PTSD, trauma, anger, fear, guilt, shame, abandonment and compulsion issues – this is a must see seminar!
Purchase today and I will see you in the webcast!
Lee Stevens, Ph.D.
|Manual - Affective Neuroscience for Clinicians (5.1 MB)||70 Pages||Available after Purchase|
Dr. Lee Stevens is a Boston, MA area psychologist that specializes in affect regulation and reconsolidation. Lee has published widely on clinical affective neuroscience in journals such as Journal of Psychotherapy Integration, Journal of Neuropsychiatry and Clinical Neurosciences, and International Journal of Group Psychotherapy. Additionally, he has presented his work on emotion in therapy at multiple conferences.
Dr. Stevens graduated with a Ph.D. in psychology from Tennessee State University, completed his internship in Clinical Psychology at the University of Rochester Counseling Center, and a post-doctoral fellowship at the W.G. Hefner Veterans Affairs Medical Center.
Dr. Stevens is on the executive committee of the Boston Neuropsychoanalysis Workshop, which develops models of empirical supported psychotherapy based in neuroscience.
Dr. Stevens has taught a variety of graduate and undergraduate classes at several colleges and universities in the Boston, MA area including Wheelock College, Boston College, and Harvard University.
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Using Affect and Emotion in Therapy
Affective Neuroscience Principles
The goals of emotion-based psychotherapy
Affective Neuroscience 4-Step Therapeutic Model
The Affect Reconsolidation Toolbox
Therapeutic Goals When Targeting Specific Emotions
Affect Reconsolidation in the Treatment of Trauma
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