FREE Webinar & CEU
MAY 27, 2020
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MADELINE SPRING, MA, LMHC
THERAPEUTIC EDUCATIONAL CONSULTANT
So often in the field of mental health the focus is on teaching clients to manage and cope with negative symptoms through various forms of symptom focused treatment. The hope with these is to reduce and manage symptoms, yet brain science has revealed that there are actually methods to eliminate symptoms by healing beneath the symptoms at the character level. Memory Reconsolidation is a neuroscientifically proven method of creating lasting change in clients at a deeper level. It is supported by the discovery of the brain’s ability to delete unwanted emotional learnings that drive symptoms (even those core, unconscious beliefs and schemas) at the physical, neural synaptic level (Ecker et al., 2012). The presentation will draw extensively on the neuroscience and empirically validated research to educate participants on Memory Reconsolidation and how it works. It will teach how “implicit emotional learnings” are formed and lodged in the limbic part of the brain and drive client’s symptoms, and further, how to access and delete these learnings at this subcortical level through key counseling skills.
*1 CEU credit available upon request