Wholeness of Mind, Brain, Body and Human-Relatedness
"We are increasingly aware of the significance of affective processes in essential human survival functions. A number of scientific and clinical research studies have been converging on the centrality of affect, including unconscious and dissociated affect. These are now becoming a central focus of psychotherapeutic work.This program is composed of pioneers and essential contributors to the ongoing paradigm shift. All are authors who have written extensively on the themes of the relationship between early development, affect regulation, relational trauma, psychopathogenesis, and psychodynamic models of the treatment of both mind and body, especially with the more severe personality disorders. The conference faculty includes infant researchers, neuroscientists, psychoanalysts, and trauma investigators, and yet all are experienced clinicians, each with decades of psychotherapy practice."
|Stephen Porges, Pat Ogden, Jaak Panksepp, Lou Cozolino, Daniel Siegel, Diana Fosha, Christine Courtois, Norman Doidge, Allan Schore