Unlocking the emotional brain - Is memory reconsolidation the key to transformation?

Description

This type of swift, deep, enduring change—popularly known as the clinical breakthrough—has occurred in a wide range of relatively new “deep change” approaches, all of which have a strong experiential component: Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing, Somatic Experiencing, Emotion-Focused Couples Therapy, Coherence Therapy, Internal Family Systems Therapy, Hakomi, and Neuro-Linguistic Programming, to name just a few. Of course, therapists have used all sorts of metaphors and theoretical concepts to describe breakthroughs since the emergence of our field. The difference today is that through understanding what’s happening in the brain, we can unshroud the mystery of what’s happening in the consulting room and make such breakthroughs happen far more regularly in our offices. [Excerpt]

Format

Magazine

Language

English

Author(s)

Bruce Ecker
Robin Ticic
Laurel Hulley

Original Work Citation

Ecker, B., Ticic, R., & Hulley, L. (2013, July/August). Unlocking the emotional brain - Is memory reconsolidation the key to transformation? Psychotherapy Networker. Retrieved from http://www.psychotherapynetworker.org/magazine/currentissue/item/2156-unlocking-the-emotional-brain/2156-unlocking-the-emotional-brain on 7/23/2013

Collection

Citation

“Unlocking the emotional brain - Is memory reconsolidation the key to transformation?,” Francine Shapiro Library, accessed June 23, 2021, https://emdria.omeka.net/items/show/22138.

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