Interpersonal Neurobiology in Clinical Practice with Clients and Communities
Parker RobinsonMore Info
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Sessions will be available On-Demand
Providing good clinical work in communities and with individual clients requires clinicians to understand and effectively employ the tenets of development in interpersonal neurobiology. This workshop will provide examples of how interpersonal neurobiology is used in individual clinical psychotherapy, as well as in the work of the Porter Cason Institute for the Family community project work in New Orleans.
- Social Workers
- The participant will identify the precepts and evidence based clinical practices grounded in interpersonal neurobiology at the macro, mezzo and micro levels of practice.
- The participant will describe how the mind, as defined in a neurological framework, is crucial to assessment and practice with clients
This program has been approved for 1 CE clock hour by the Louisiana Counseling Association as authorized by the Louisiana Professional Counselor Licensing Board of Examiners