Brain to Brain

Badenoch, Bonnie
September 2008
Psychotherapy Networker Magazine;Sep/Oct2008, Vol. 32 Issue 5, p34
The article focuses on the practical lessons learned from incorporating knowledge about the brain into every practice that affects the clients and therapists. According to the author, they found that there is an enormous power in internalizing an understanding of the dynamics of the brain making it part of thinking as understanding individual and family dynamics. She added that their is the need to let the awareness permeate psyche at many levels allowing it work.


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