How interpersonal neurobiology Is Used in Therapy

Interpersonal neurobiology has gained popularity in therapy. The concept was started by Dan Siegel and is actually based on clinical evidence. It is based on how the brain process is directly affected by life experiences. In order to heal or overcome trauma, your brain needs to come to terms with different aspects of life. This includes your physical and mental trauma, relationships, your work, and other things. By combining all these factors... Read More

Anger Management with Interpersonal Neurobiology

In interpersonal neurobiology, anger as an emotion is viewed from the perspective of cognitive neuroscience. And cognitive neuroscience states that cognition and emotion are dynamically combined with physical arousal. When anger is induced as an emotion in humans, it can unconsciously affect physiological and neural resources. Affective states of anger are subsequently expressed in the brain as well as the body, and these neural and physiological... Read More

Play Therapy and Its Importance in the Healing Process

Play therapy is an effective technique to help children open-up and heal from trauma. It can help them in treating mental illness and emotional issues. Children find it easier to express themselves with games and play. Instead of using the conventional method, play method is used to help kids who have difficulties expressing themselves. The interpersonal neurobiology of play is based on the play therapy. Interpersonal neurobiology brings... Read More

What is Interpersonal Neurobiology used for?

IPNB or Interpersonal Neurobiology is the brainchild of Allan Schore and Dan Siegel. The concept of IPNB is based on the foundation of continuous growth of the brain. The technique of IPNB is used to stimulate the brain with positive and powerful persuasion to heal trauma. According to a recently published book called interpersonal neurobiology of play, this conceptcan help transform conditions which were once known to be permanent. Essentially... Read More

Understanding the Application & Importance of Interpersonal Neurobiology

If ever there was a way to understand how our brain’s physical features & chemical interactions with the surrounding environment and emotions wouldn’t you want to learn more about it? Whether you wish to be trained in a rather chemical/biological direction or more of a sociological/psychological direction, there is an interdisciplinary aspect that can help you work out the human relationships and interactions. This aspect is known as... Read More

PAID CLASS No Drama Discipline

Crockett explains why 1.WHAT we choose to teach our kids is important, as well as the 2. HOW we go about teaching. This quote personifies the whole concept, (the “how” is about connecting to your child and saying yes to feelings): Crockett outlines her favorite core teachings from the book, “No Drama Discipline,” starting with the premise of the book: CONNECT then REDIRECT. After connecting,... Read More

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Handout #1- Nutrition for Children with Developmental Disabilities

BLUE BOX on the handout: It’s more important what you don’t eat than what you do eat.  Heck, eat as much broccoli as you want!   Most importantly, you want to avoid S.N.A.C.C.s which stands for Sugar, Nicotine, Alcohol, Caffeine, and Chemicalized-processed junk food.  (Obviously the N. and A. are N/A for children, but it’s a good acronym!) I’m imagining that a parent is thinking, “How the heck do I get my kids to... Read More