403/503 – What the Brain Needs for Transformational Change

Ecker, Bruce 2016
Using Memory Reconsolidation in Your Everyday Practice

New neuroscientific advances in memory reconsolidation enable us to achieve therapeutic breakthroughs with previously unheard of consistency. In this workshop, you’ll learn how to engage the brain’s process that decommissions implicit memories and the myriad symptoms they drive, such as PTSD, compulsive behaviors, and insecure attachment. You’ll find out how it underlies the effectiveness of a wide range of therapies and is key to achieving transformational change. Videos and live demonstration will show you how to mobilize the brain’s power to unlock and dissolve long-entrenched schemas, ego states,
parts, and emotional conditionings. Whatever your therapeutic approach, you’ll learn:

  • The series of steps that carry out the core process of profound unlearning
  • How to swiftly find key emotional schemas generating symptoms
  • Why a “juxtaposition experience” is essential for transformational change

Continued with workshop 503.

Bruce Ecker, MA, LMFT, is codirector of the Coherence Psychology Institute and coauthor of Unlocking the Emotional Brain and Depth Oriented Brief Therapy.

Sara Bridges, PhD, is codirector of the Coherence Psychology Institute, associate professor at the University of Memphis, and coeditor of the series Studies in Meaning.

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