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Our thinking is based on the concept that consciousness and its contents are functions of the brain. We have evidence that emotions are expressed by our bodies, and we feel it. Also, we know that trauma literally reshapes body and brain.
What does all this mean for the psychotherapy? Dr. Dr. Damir del Monte brings together startling evidence from neuroscience, psychology, and psychiatry to present new insights into how the brain works and what happens in stress, trauma, and pain in body and brain.
He describes the essential role of the limbic system and how changing processes in therapy can be described on a brain level.
|The Brain – A Dynamic Complex System||20:27|
|The Brain – A Dynamic Complex System Part II||25:18|
|The Brain – A Dynamic Complex System Part III||23:14|
|The Brain – A Dynamic Complex System Part IV||17:50|
|Depression Study and Changing Processes in Psychotherapy||16:10|
|Depression Study and Changing Processes in Psychotherapy II||17:53|
|Homeostasis and Brain-Body Interaction||16:31|
|The Human Being is a Social Being||06:00|
|The First Limbic Level: Brainstem||19:57|
|The First Limbic Level: Brainstem Part II||19:33|
|The Polyvagal Theory||31:57|
|The Polyvagal Theory Part II||24:50|
|1st (Limbic) Level: Diencephalon||21:13|
|4th (Non-Limbic) Level: Telecephalon||19:20|
|2nd (Limbic) Level: Areas of Emotional Conditioning Processes (Amygdala, Hippocampus, Mesolimbic System, Basal Ganglia, Thalamus)||05:51|
|3rd (Limbic) Level: Limbic Cortex (ACC, OFC, vmPFC, Insula)||19:20|
|3rd (Limbic) Level: Limbic Cortex (ACC, OFC, vmPFC, Insula) Part II||22:56|
|Short Summary, Colliculus Superior, Orienting Reaction, Hippocampus Atrophy||17:34|
|Short Summary, Colliculus Superior, Orienting Reaction, Hippocampus Atrophy Part II||19:34|
|The Limbic System, Consciousness and Unconsciousness||25:45|
|Emotional Conditioning in Trauma||33:07|
|Modulation of Emotional Conditioning in Amygdala||18:30|
|4th (Non-Limbic) Level: Isocortex and Neocortex||22:41|
|4th (Non-Limbic) Level: Isocortex and Neocortex Part II||18:22|
|Non-Limbic Cortex vs. Limbic Cortex, Emotional Regulation||16:29|
|Neurotransmitter and Neuromodulator||16:23|
|Default Mode Network and Resting State||29:02|
|Eye Movement and Multimodal Networks||25:21|
|Basal Ganglia and Automatic Processes||21:08|
|Basal Ganglia and Automatic Processes Part II||20:12|
|Resting State and PTSD||08:38|
|Stress and Stressreaction||17:59|
|Stress and Stressreaction Part II||23:06|
|Summery: Neurobiology of PTSD||14:27|
|Interoception Pain and the Material „Me“||24:03|
|Interoception Pain and the Material „Me“ Part II||22:03|