• Interpersonal Neurobiology and Polyvagal Theory

  • The Development of the Mind Between Interpersonal Relationships and Brain Functions
  • By: Laura Hill
  • Narrated by: Chiquito Joaquim Crasto
  • Length: 3 hrs and 31 mins
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Interpersonal Neurobiology by Laura Hill

Are you interested in interpersonal neurobiology (IPNB) and want to know more about how it works, what it does, and how it can be activated to help people in the relational professions, including lawyers, litigators, mediators, judges, doctors, medical professionals, law enforcement, clergy, educators, psychotherapists, and other mental health professionals? Are you looking for a new technique and methodology to stimulate your mind and body?

This book is for you!

What is interpersonal neurobiology (IPNB)?     

The concept of interpersonal neurobiology (IPNB) was created by Daniel J. Siegel, to define a new framework for the study of the mind.

Interpersonal neurobiology (IPNB) is primarily a theory and practical working model which describes human development and functioning as being a product of the relationship between the body, mind, and relationships. Another term for it is relational neuroscience. IPNB describes how the brain and mind are shaped, or developed, and how they function based on the interplay of genes in the context of relationships. IPNB is heavily rooted in attachment theory.

In recent years, the concept of the social brain has become a dominant theme in the field of behavioral and cognitive sciences. This book details a concept called the CARE plan, designed to help you create healthy relationships....

Included in this book….

  • The social brain 
  • The meaning of boundaries is exaggerated.
  • CARE Plan 
  • Four neural pathways for a healthy relationship 
  • "C" means "calm": a rational vagus nerve.
  • "A" means "acceptance": dorsal zone of the anterior cingulate cortex. 
  • "R" means "resonance": mirror system. 
  • "E" means "energy": dopamine reward system. 
  • Three rules for brain development 
  • Brain change rule number 1: Use or lose. 
  • Brain change rule No. 2: Simultaneously excited neurons form stable connections. 
  • Rule of Brain Change No. 3: repetition, repetition, dopamine 
  • Putting the three rules for brain change into practice 

Who is this book for?

This book is perfect for any helping professional, including lawyers. This book incorporates many concepts, but is more specifically geared towards professionals using an approach to problem solving who are working with clients in the midst of conflict, making decisions under pressure, or involved in high conflict relationships. 

What are you waiting for? Grab your copy now!

©2020 Laura Hill (P)2020 Laura Hill

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Please get another narrator, it’s totally unlistenable. Surely the author cannot have approved this performance!