Neuroplasticity and Trauma Treatment
Neuropsychotherapy refers to the practice of integrating neuroscientific research into psychotherapy. This approach to therapy takes into account the connections between your mind, body, environment, and social interactions. A number of therapeutic modalities have a foundation on this neurobiological approach to healing – this includes EMDR Therapy.
Within her post, – Dr Arielle Schwartz, explores six components of trauma recovery based upon neuropsychotherapy and EMDR: Relating, Resourcing, Reprocessing, Repatterning, Reflecting, and Resilience.
Our brains change every time we learn something new and this growth (neuroplasticity) occurs throughout our entire life.
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