Bruce Ecker, Sara Bridges – What the Brain Needs for Transformational Change: Using Memory Reconsolidation in Daily Clinical Practice

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Product Name: Bruce Ecker Sara Bridges – What the Brain Needs for Transformational Change: Using Memory Reconsolidation in Daily Clinical Practice
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Bruce Ecker, Sara Bridges - What the Brain Needs for Transformational Change: Using Memory Reconsolidation in Daily Clinical Practice


Faculty:
Bruce Ecker | Sara Bridges
Duration:
4 Hours 3 Minutes
Format:
Audio and Video
Copyright:
Mar 24, 2017

Description

 

Neuroscientific advances in memory reconsolidation enable us to achieve therapeutic breakthroughs with previously unheard of consistency. In this workshop, you’ll learn how to engage the neural process that decommissions implicit learnings that drive PTSD, compulsive behaviors, and insecure attachment. You’ll see how reconsolidation underlies the effectiveness of a wide range of therapies and is key to transformational change. Videos and live demonstration will show you how to mobilize the brain’s power to unlock and dissolve long-entrenched schemas, ego states, and emotional conditionings. You’ll discover:

  • The series of steps in the brain’s core process of profound unlearning
  • The process that swiftly reveals the emotional schemas generating symptoms
  • How to combine resource states and negative learnings into the juxtaposition experience that triggers reconsolidation and transformational change
  • How to shift unconscious emotional learnings into richly felt, conscious targets of change

**This recording is intended only for mental health professionals and trainees.

 

Handouts

Outline

  • Different types of change and memory reconsolidation:

Counteractive

Transformational

  • Transformational change therapies

Common therapeutic factors across diverse approaches

Permanence of transformational change

  • Memory deconsolidation and reconsolidation

History and research

  • Emotional learnings

Nonverbal, implicit structure

Schemas and their self-protective function

  • Impact of competing new learning

Brain circuits involved

Challenges of incremental learning and change

  • Schema and implicit memory erasure

Non-reactivation

Symptom cessation

Effortless permanence

  • Change mechanisms and sequences across therapeutic approaches
  • Process for schema erasure

Reactivation

Guided contradictory experience

Juxtaposition with target schema

  • Preparation for intervention

Symptom identification

Retrieving underlying schema

Finding contradictory experiences

  • Nonspecific common therapeutic factors
  • Verifying therapeutic outcome

Dissolution of schema

Evaluating presence of multiple schemas

  • Clinical case examples of transformational process

Therapist factors

Potential complications

  • Discovery techniques

Symptom deprivation

Overt statements

Sentence completion

  • Summary and resources
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