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Re-wiring the Brain

Previously Recorded

Presenter: Rozi P. Wax, M.A., LMFT, LMHC

60 minutes

Learning Objectives:
  1. Have a basic understanding of how thoughts, feelings and behaviors interact with each other
  2. How the different parts of our brain correspond with these three functions (thoughts, feelings, behaviors)
  3. Comprehend how the hard wired behavioral patterns can be re-wired.

This webinar offers 1 NYS ED Self Study Credits

Cognitive triangle is one of the principal concepts of the cognitive behavior therapy.

 

As science advances we are able to better understand how our behavioral patterns are hardwired into our brain. This hardwiring makes it difficult for us to make significant changes in the way we react to many situations we encounter. Our clients often say that no matter how much they have tried, they have been unable to change some of their most self-destructive behavioral patterns.

           

During this workshop, the participants will learn simple and practical ways they can teach their clients the main concepts in cognitive behavioral therapy (the cognitive triangle). The participants will be able to provide a perspective that will relieve their patients from the self-distain of perpetual failure and give them the resource to experience some significant changes in a short period of time, experience hope and develop commitment to the therapeutic process.

 

As part of this webinar there will be a demonstration of using the cognitive triangle as a resource installation technique

Learning Objectives:
  1. Have a basic understanding of how thoughts, feelings and behaviors interact with each other
  2. How the different parts of our brain correspond with these three functions (thoughts, feelings, behaviors)
  3. Comprehend how the hard wired behavioral patterns can be re-wired.

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