The Neuroscience of Psychotherapy



In Contrast To This View, Recent Theoretical Perspectives And Technological Advances In Brain Imaging Have Revealed That The Brain Is An Organ Continually Built And Re Built By One S Experiences We Are Now Beginning To Learn That Many Forms Of Psychotherapy, Developed In The Absence Of Any Scientific Understanding Of The Brain, Are Supported By Neuroscientific Findings.Louis Cozolino S The Neuroscience Of Psychotherapy Illustrates In A Clearly Written And Accessible Way How The Brain S Architecture Is Related To The Problems, Passions, And Aspirations Of Human Beings As Cozolino So Eloquently Argues, All Forms Of Psychotherapy From Psychoanalysis To Behavioral Interventions Are Successful To The Extent To Which They Enhance Change In Relevant Neural Circuits.Beginning With An Overview Of The Intersecting Fields Of Neuroscience And Psychotherapy, This Book Delves Into The Brain S Inner Workings, From Basic Neuronal Building Blocks To Complex Systems Of Memory, Language, And The Organization Of Experience It Continues By Explaining The Development And Organization Of The Healthy Brain And The Unhealthy Brain Common Problems Such As Anxiety, Trauma, And Codependency Are Discussed From A Scientific And Clinical Perspective Cozolino Concludes By Introducing The Emerging Paradigm Of The Psychotherapist As Neuroscientist And Presents Some Practical Applications Of Neuroscience To Psychotherapy Throughout The Book, The Science Behind The Brain S Workings Is Applied To Day To Day Experience And Clinical Practice.Written For Psychotherapists And Others Interested In The Relationship Between Brain And Behavior, This Book Encourages Us To Consider The Brain When Attempting To Understand Human Development, Mental Illness, And Psychological Health.The Neuroscience of Psychotherapy

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  • Hardcover
  • 400 pages
  • The Neuroscience of Psychotherapy
  • Louis Cozolino
  • English
  • 26 March 2017
  • 0393703673

10 thoughts on “The Neuroscience of Psychotherapy

  1. says:

    A book that provides neuroscience background to the underlying mechanisms of change that can take place through therapy and many different neurocognitive symptoms that can be considered when planning interventions for a client A lot of the information provided in the book was actually new to me, though I did know some of it Even though I ve recently finished up my degree, I ve never taken a class where any of this was actually discussed which I think...

  2. says:

    This is the second book I am reading by Cozolino I think he is a good writer and researcher The thing is that every time I read what he writes which I like tremendously I think that our parents have a huge opportunity and ability to fuck our lives up from the day one without even knowing It i...

  3. says:

    If you re not a science geek, but are interested in Neuroscience, this is the perfect book for you I read it for my masters in psychology counseling coursework, but it s definitely not a textbookish read Cozo...

  4. says:

    The title says it pretty well this book explains the physical aspects of the brain and how they are formed and changed by what the person experiences, starting from birth While not set in stone, aspects of our personalities are actually set in the shapes and activity of our brains It s a circular effect what happens to us shapes our brains, and then the shape of our brains sets how we react to things But thankfully, our brains can and do continue to change throughout our lives There are ac The title says it pretty well this book explains the physical aspects of the brain and how they are formed and changed by what the person experiences, starting from birth While not set in stone, aspects of our personalities are actually set in the shapes and activity of our brains It s a circular effect what happens to us shapes our brains, and then the shape of our brains sets how we react to things But thankfully, our brains can and do continue to change throughout our lives There are actual differences in the brain structures of people with OCD, ADHD, borderline personality disorder and manypsychological disorders These physical differences can frequently be traced to how the person was treated by its parents as a baby being ...

  5. says:

    I liked it, though it s a bit speculative.If you are interested in knowing how Neuroscience and psychotherapy may come together, this is the perfect book for you though if you are just curious, this book won t be that hard to read The title perfectly explains what the book will be about the Neuroscience of psychotherapy, how we can use Neuroscience s ideas t...

  6. says:

    Dr Cozolino connects what we know about neuroscience, human, and animal development into an understanding of the therapeutic process In my opinion, one of the best books about neuroscience and mental health.

  7. says:

    Very science written

  8. says:

    submitter request through Worldcat todayref d in tthe Brent Atkinson book that I read with T to allow previously unfelt feelings such that it is stressful but tolerable is optimal for successful change in psychotherapyEmotional Intelligence in Couples Therapy Advances from Neurobiology and the Science of Intimate Relationships from Worldcat computer Table of contentsForeword by Daniel J SiegelPrefaceAcknowledgmentsPART I NEUROSCIENCE AND PSYCHOTHERAPY AN OVERVIEW Chapter 1 The Entangled His submitter request through Worldcat todayref d in tthe Brent Atkinson book that I read with T to allow previou...

  9. says:

    I appreciate the simple language explaining how parts of the brain, communicating together, create networks that impact cognition, affect, and behavior That said, mostly he seems to come to the conclusion that current interventions in psychotherapy effectively target rewiring the brain in order to produce healing effects, and I am not sure that I agree with his translation of the neuroscience While Cozolino mentions the impact of language to improve the integration of neural networks, and sugg I appreciate the simple language expla...

  10. says:

    Not quite completely read, but this is a book best read in sections anyway, I think, to absorb itfully something, incidentally, Cozolino would appreciate as beingin touch with the human brain s natural functions Anyway, excuses aside the parts of this I read were fascinating, especially the ways in which he links storytelling and narrative to brain function and the way we bridge different parts of the brain to make connections I may not remember the medical terms for all the pa Not quite completely read, but this is a book best read in sections anyway, I think, to absorb itfully something, incidentally, Cozolino would appreciate as beingin touch with the human brain s natural functions Anyway, excuses aside the parts of this I read were fascinating, especially the ways in which he links storytelling and narrative to brain function and the way w...

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