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Interpersonal Neurobiology in Clinical Practice with Clients and Communities

1 CE Hour

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  • On Demand
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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.

Target Audience
  • Counselors
  • Psychologists
  • Social Workers
Learning Objectives
  • 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


1 Clinical Credit – Click here to review AMEDCO Accreditation

1 Clinical Credit – Click here to review AMEDCO Accreditation

Social Workers

1 Clinical Credit – Click here to review AMEDCO Accreditation

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On Demand Education Details

CE Policy and this educator have no conflicts of interest and have not received any commercial support for this program or its contents.
Parker Robinson

Ms. Robinson is the Director of Porter Cason Institute for the Family at Tulane University. In this capacity, she runs the Mental Health, Addictions and the Family Practice Certificate Program at the Tulane School of Social Work. The certificate has more than 100 masters students currently enrolled. Ms. Robinson is passionate about helping clinicians develop their own unique clinical talent within an evidence based clinical practice context. She supervises Masters students and post masters students. She also designs and completes the work of the Porter Cason Institute in consultation with its board and practice communities. The work focusses on relational healing and what happens when a client has a supportive family system or has none at all. Ms. Robinson has multiple community projects that focus on youth, the juvenile justice system, foster care, trauma and addiction. She has private and pro bono practices that focus on Addiction, Trauma and Family.

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