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Exploring the Impact of Interpersonal Neurobiology on Therapists and Counselors

Posted by PCC Institute for Health Professionals on August 30, 2017

The relationships we create throughout our lives contribute a great deal to our personality and behavior. Most psychologists and psychiatrists agree that developing healthy relationships leads to a healthier mind. Interpersonal Neurobiology (IPNB), an approach to care created by Dr. Dan Siegel, focuses on how the brain can be healed through powerful and positive persuasion. This approach combines many areas of science including biology, cognitive science, developmental psychopathology, sociology and mental health. IPNB focuses on integrating all the different aspects that make us unique so we can better understand why we are the way we are and try to correct negative behavior where possible. While an understanding of IPNB can be useful to just about anyone, therapists and counselors can find it especially effective in treating patients.

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Topics: Healthcare, Mental & Behavioral Health, Interpersonal Neurobiology

5 Online Resources to Follow for More Information on Interpersonal Neurobiology

Posted by PCC Institute for Health Professionals on June 30, 2017

As social creatures, humans develop thousands of relationships in our lifetime. Many psychiatrists and psychologists believe that these relationships with friends, family, co-workers, significant others, and more, define who we are and how we act.

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Topics: Healthcare, Interpersonal Neurobiology

Improve Your People Skills with Interpersonal Neurobiology

Posted by PCC Institute for Health Professionals on April 21, 2017

As social creatures, we rely on relationships for love, comfort and even professional success. Strong people skills in the workplace can improve relationships with your supervisors, coworkers, and clients, leading to better job performance and recognition. However, developing these skills takes intentional thought and work; experience alone is not enough to help you build the kind of quality relationships that lead to success.

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Topics: Professional Development, Healthcare, Interpersonal Neurobiology

Meet Your Instructor: Casey Sims

Posted by PCC Institute for Health Professionals on January 13, 2017
Casey Sims is an instructor for PCC's Interpersonal Neurobiology program. He teaches Introduction to IPNB.
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Topics: Healthcare, Meet the IHP Team, Interpersonal Neurobiology

Meet Your Instructor:  Nara Luy, PhD

Posted by PCC Institute for Health Professionals on January 12, 2017
Nara Luy is an instructor for PCC's Interpersonal Neurobiology program. She teaches Embodied Relational Mindfulness.
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Topics: Healthcare, Meet the IHP Team, Interpersonal Neurobiology

Meet Your Instructor: Debra Pearce-McCall

Posted by PCC Institute for Health Professionals on January 11, 2017
Debra Pearce-McCall is an instructor for PCC's Interpersonal Neurobiology program. She teaches Ethics from an IPNB Perspective.
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Topics: Healthcare, Meet the IHP Team, Interpersonal Neurobiology

Meet Your Instructor: Mary Meador

Posted by PCC Institute for Health Professionals on January 10, 2017
Mary Meador, MD is an instructor in the Interpersonal Neurobiology program at the Institute for Health Professionals. She teaches Science of IPNB.
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Topics: Healthcare, Meet the IHP Team, Interpersonal Neurobiology

Meet Your Instructor:  Mari Alexander, PA-C, LMFT

Posted by PCC Institute for Health Professionals on January 09, 2017
Mari Alexander is an instructor in the Interpersonal Nerobiology program at PCC's Institute for Health Professionals. She teaches Difference and Diversity.
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Topics: Healthcare, Meet the IHP Team, Interpersonal Neurobiology

How IPNB Can Benefit You Personally and Professionally

Posted by PCC Institute for Health Professionals on January 06, 2017

Human beings are social creatures. Many psychiatrists believe we are defined by our relationships. Understanding the link between healthy relationships and a healthy mind, and how relationships can reshape the way the brain works, has significant implications both for our personal lives and in the workplace.

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Topics: Healthcare, Interpersonal Neurobiology

Meet Your Instructor: Maureen Lowell

Posted by PCC Institute for Health Professionals on January 04, 2017
Maureen Lowell is part of the Institute for Health Professionals team at PCC. She is our new Connection & Community instructor.
 
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Topics: Healthcare, Meet the IHP Team, Interpersonal Neurobiology, Equity & Inclusion