Mind-Body Treatment Research
Literature on the neuroscience of Porges’s polyvagal theory, core response network, interoception, and prioprioception
Articles, links and references on mind-body treatments and processes forthcoming
The Neuroscience of Changing Emotional Memories: Memory re-consolidation
Emotional memories change via two distinct neurological processes: new learning that occurs (painfully) via exposure therapies (e.g., trauma-focused cognitive behavioral therapy and cognitive processing therapy) and memory reconsolidation. Memory reconsolidation is the well established form of neuroplasticity, by which the neural networks associated with a memory, change.
Articles, links and references on memory reconsolidation forthcoming
Clinical Process Research: What works in therapy?
Articles, links and references on empirically derived factors of effective therapyand common factors research and treatment methods forthcoming