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Presenters will bring fascinating knowledge to you on the neuroscience of emotion, trauma, loss, and relationships that harm and relationships that heal.
The latest research on the neuroscience of all areas of mental health floods out of medical, scientific and research centres from all over the world. It’s really hard to keep up. Well now you don’t have to! The presenters will discuss the most up-to-date research to support your work in healing minds and brains ( children, teenagers and adults). Neuroscience is not the jigsaw but a vital jigsaw piece and not knowing some key aspect of neurochemistry or neuroanatomy can leave a child, teenager or adult vulnerable to not receiving the relational interventions they need. Presenters will offer a synthesis of some of the most fascinating studies key to our knowledge of the human mind and sicence-based evidence of harm and healing. Prevention, intervention and reversibility will be discussed. They will bring the ‘centre stage’ affective neuroscientists to life; so you will go away familiar with their work and feel far more able to navigate around this vast terrain.
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CCMH, 2-18 Britannia Row, London N1 8PA, UK