"In a stimulating series of talks and discussions, members of the Boston Change Process Study Group present cutting-edge work on crucial elements that enable change to occur, including implicit relational knowing and implicit attachment-related processes. A dialogue with prominent synthesizers of interpersonal neurobiology; and affective neuroscience, explain how this information can be applied to enhance the process of change through moments of interaction between patient and therapist.{module[189]}"

Conference Recordings
Presenter(s) Daniel Stern, Karlen Lyons-Ruth, Allan Schore, Alexander Morgan, Jeremy Nahum, Daniel Siegel, Nadia Bruschweiler-Stern, T. Berry Brazelton, James Grotstein
Series legacy, Attachment
Time 11.5 Hours
Year 2005
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