From a Founder of Interpersonal Neurobiology, Breakthrough Teachings about Human Development and Healing
If you think your mind and your brain are one and the same, think again. According to interpersonal neurobiology pioneer Daniel J. Siegel, the mind actually emerges out of the interaction between your brain and your relationships.
Now, on The Neurobiology of "We," Dr. Siegel invites you on a journey to discover this revolutionary new model of human development—one that can positively transform trauma, move you from stress to calm and equanimity, and promote well-being for you, your family, or even your community.
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The Triangle of Human Potential
After 30 years of working with patients and synthesizing scientific research from nearly a dozen diverse fields, Dr. Siegel developed a cohesive, innovative new framework for human potential: the triangle of the mind, brain, and relationships.
Beginning with accessible definitions of each element, he deconstructs the inner workings of this dynamic triad and lucidly explains the intricacies of our neurobiology. "By knowing where energy and information flow in your nervous system—literally cerebral sections and neural connections—you can use the power of your mind to transform your life," explains Dr. Siegel.
- Promote well-being in ourselves and our relationships
- Learn the nine approaches to healing and transformation
- Conduct an AAI
- Practice sharing in relationships
- Define how consciousness can be used to promote integration
Whether you're a spouse seeking a closer relationship with your mate, a mental health practitioner wanting to help a patient heal trauma, or anyone interested in the fascinating process of personal growth, you'll discover how this powerful model can shape—and re-shape—every aspect of your social and emotional development.
Integration: The Key to Unlocking Optimal Health and Well-Being
From everyday stress to severe trauma, the obstacles to optimal health can be overcome through what Dr. Siegel calls "integration"—or linkage of differentiated parts. On The Neurobiology of "We" you will learn Dr. Siegel's nine approaches to healing and transformation including Consciousness, Memory, Vertical and Bilateral Integration, and other practical ways to enhance your life. Through these methods, you will gain insights to help balance and heal your brain, realize the deeper consequences of your social interactions, and "open to the very heart of well-being."
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Revolutionary Science in common "speak" Review by Niki
This is the type of audiobook that you'll find yourself listening to again and again. It's the kind of information that should be mandatory for anyone who has contact with children.
It's a manual on what it REALLY means to be human. It's made me think much more deeply about the people I surround myself with and how they are affecting my nervous system. (and visa versa)
Be prepared for a massive paradigm shift;that's equally empowering and inspiring.
There are also many well balanced personal anecdotes with the hard science to back up his findings.
I can't stress enough that this should be mandatory reading for every parent, guardian and teacher. (Posted on November 27, 2014)
Review for The Neurobiology of "We" Review by Donna P
Loved the contents of this program - especially the discussion around attachment theory. Daniel Siegel is brilliant and I can tell he loves his work. I will recommend this to my friends, clients and colleagues.
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Review for The Neurobiology of "We" Review by Simon B
I have tried to read Dan Siegel and get bogged down in the complexity. This was a great easy to understand to apply to my life and practice as a therapist. (Posted on February 3, 2014)
Review for The Neurobiology of "We" Review by David N
Excellent, comprehensive discussion, esp explanation of synapses throughout the body as a method of social communication. (Posted on January 26, 2014)
Review for The Neurobiology of "We" Review by Isotta C
For me the best soundstrue download ever. The information about research on attachment was life changing for me. (Posted on July 7, 2013)
Review for The Neurobiology of "We" Review by Caitriona Nic Ghiollaphadraig
This series is clear, very well designed - actually it is excellent especially for someone who does not have ascience background. (Posted on June 20, 2012)
Review for The Neurobiology of "We" Review by DONALD F CROUCH
The physical quality of the product was excellent, as was Dr. Siegel's presentation. (Posted on September 18, 2011)
Review for The Neurobiology of "We" Review by Sharon Charles
Excellent explanation of complicated concepts designed for the non-scientific mind. (Posted on September 14, 2011)
Review for The Neurobiology of "We" Review by Anita Woodhead
Easy to listen to, easy to understand the message thats coming across. (Posted on July 15, 2011)
Review for The Neurobiology of "We" Review by louise felcus
excellent (Posted on April 16, 2011)
|Contents||7 CDs (489 minutes)|
|Date Published||May 01, 2008|
|Dimensions||6 7/8 x 6 5/8 inches|
|Contents||1 Audio download (8 hours, 9 minutes)|
|Filetypes||M4B, MP3, PDF, ZIP|
|Date Published||May 01, 2008|
|Contents||8 CE credits|
|Date Published||April 20, 2010|