Helping Clinicians Bring the Brain into the Forefront of Care
The brain is the next frontier of mental health. With science advancing at a breathtaking rate, major advances in neuroscience have taught us a great deal about the brain-body-behavior relationship. Yet it remains noticeably absent from our clinics, our conceptualizations of pathology, our construction of interventions and our conversations with patients. NeuroHealth Partners helps you add a whole new dimension to your clinical skills by empowering you to deliver the neuroscience of empirically-supported treatments.
Learn the Neuroscience of:
Healthy emotion management is vital to a life well lived. Conversely many forms of pathology – such as depression, PTSD and anxiety – are fundamentally disorders of emotion dysregulation. Learn how to talk to your patients about the latest advances in affective neuroscience.
Evidence from the field of neuroscience paints a clear picture that many disorders previously thought to be disorders of emotion dysregulation are also disorders of cognitive impairment. From ADHD to PTSD, cognitive processes play a central role in health.
Distress is an inalienable aspect of the human experience. Stress, grief and loss touch us all. At its extremes, distress is related to a vast array of pathologies and functional impairment. Learn how the brain is wired to cope with distress as well as what the latest research tells us about risk & resilience.
Learn the brain-bases of treatments that work and why they work. Be able to talk to your patients about the neurobiological effects of frontline treatments, such as exposure therapy and mindfulness as well as interventions like exercise and psychopharmacology.