Neurobiology of Relationships - Streaming Video (w/home-study)

Over the last 20 years, advances in neuroimaging have allowed scientists to directly observe brain functions while humans are engaging in behavior. This research has led to an improved understanding of how our brain functions when we are interacting with our mates and children. This workshop focuses on how to use this emerging knowledge of brain function to improve how we conduct therapy with individuals in intimate relationships.

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Learning Objectives

  1. Describe brain systems and hormones involved in the Romance (Lust), Attraction, and Attachment stages of love.
  2. Outline evidence-based interventions designed to help couples prepare for relationships/marriage.
  3. Outline evidence-based interventions and therapies designed to help couples maintain satisfying relationships and deal commonly occurring relationship problems.
  4. Describe brain systems and hormones involved in the Parenting stage of love.
  5. Outline evidence-based interventions and therapies designed to help families deal with commonly occurring parenting and child development problems.
  6. Describe brain systems and hormones involved in the End stage of love (divorce or death).
  7. Outline evidence-based therapies for dealing with the end of relationships (divorce therapy and grief counseling).
  8. Describe how the information in this course can be utilized to improve patient care and patient outcomes.
Products specifications
Contact Hours: 6
Instructor H. Joanning, Ph.D.
More Information About This Course: Neurobiology of Relationships Accreditation PDF
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