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Affective Neuroscience in Psychotherapy
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Part I Introduction and Scientific Background 1.The Need for a New Approach to Therapy 2. Affective Science 3. Affective Neuroscience Part II The Practice of Clinical Affective Neuroscience: Emotion-Based Interventions 4. Emotional Awareness/Mindfulness 5. Emotional Validation 6. Self-Compassion 7. Understanding Emotion 8. Emotional Regulation/Coping with Emotion 9. Working with Specific Emotions 10. Notions of Self 11. Affect Reconsolidation 12. Conclusion

About the Author

Dr. Francis L. Stevens works as a psychologist in Worcester, MA. He has taught a variety of classes in psychology and neuroscience. His research focuses on affective neuroscience applications to psychotherapy.

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"The field of mental health has been starving for a more comprehensive, integrative explanation for positive treatment effects in psychotherapy. Dr. Francis L. Stevens's Affective Neuroscience in Psychotherapy: A Clinician's Guide for Working with Emotions explains what we have been missing all along." Karin Maria Hodges, Psychologist, Private Practice, Concord, MA"Cognitive approaches to psychotherapy have come to dominate the field in recent decades, in part because of their solid scientific foundation. They typically view emotional distress as a symptom to be reduced. Psychotherapy approaches that emphasize experiencing and processing emotional distress are effective but less well validated. This excellent book aims to restore the balance and does more to link recent advances in basic affective neuroscience and psychotherapy practice than any other. Recommended for beginning psychotherapists as well as any clinician who takes emotional processing in psychotherapy seriously and wants to know how and why it works." Richard D. Lane, M.D., Ph.D., Professor of Psychiatry, Psychology and Neuroscience, University of Arizona; Editor (with Lynn Nadel) of Neuroscience of Enduring Change: Implications for Psychotherapy (Oxford University Press)"Dr. Stevens has done a fine job of compiling recent information on affective neuroscience and its application to therapy. His clinical examples help to illustrate key concepts. This book provides a helpful introduction to these topics." Alexis D. Abernethy, Ph.D., Professor of Clinical Psychology , School of Psychology & Marriage and Family Therapy, Fuller Theological Seminary

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