Professional Webinar Re-Broadcast: Using Relational Neuroscience in Clinical Practice
January 15, 2020, 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
Using Relational Neuroscience in Clinical Practice
Presented by: Amy Banks, MD
Member, The Renfrew Center’s Advisory Board
& Director of Advanced Training, the International Center for Growth in Connection
Wednesday, January 15, 2020
In the last two decades, research outcomes on the neuroscience of human relationship has challenged therapeutic models that advocate the qualities of individualism and self-sufficiency actually may be harmful to one’s health. This is great news for any therapist who believes the greatest asset in helping people heal is the capacity to form a healthy therapeutic relationship.
This webinar will introduce attendees to the latest research in Relational Neuroscience with a specific goal of helping therapists harness the power of connection in their clinical work.
About the Presenter:
Amy Banks, MD, is the Director of Advanced Training at the International Center for Growth in Connection (previously the Jean Baker Miller Training Institute). A member of The Renfrew Center’s Advisory Board, Dr. Banks has devoted her career to understanding the neurobiology of relationships. Prior to her position at JBMTI and the Wellesley Centers for Women she was an instructor of psychiatry at Harvard Medical School. She is the first person to bring relational-cultural theory together with neuroscience and is the foremost expert in the combined field. Dr. Banks also has a private practice in Lexington, MA, that specializes in relational psychopharmacology and therapy for people who suffer from chronic disconnection.
Note: This is a re-broadcast and not a live presentation. Questions can be submitted during the webinar and will be responded to within 24 hours.
For questions, please contact Melissa Falzarano: 1-877-367-3383 or firstname.lastname@example.org.