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by Margaret Wilkinson




Contemporary neuroscience has a valuable contribution to make to understanding the mind-brain. Coming into Mind aims to bridge the gap between theory and clinical practice, demonstrating how awareness of the insights gained from neuroscience is essential if the psychological therapies are to maintain scientific integrity in the twenty-first century.

Margaret Wilkinson introduces the clinician to those aspects of neuroscience which are most relevant to their practice, guiding the reader through topics such as memory, brain plasticity, neural connection and the emotional brain. Detailed clinical case studies are included throughout to demonstrate the value of employing the insights of neuroscience. The book focuses on the affect-regulating, relational aspects of therapy that forge new neural pathways through emotional connection, forming the emotional scaffolding that permits the development of mind. Subjects covered include:

Why neuroscience?

The early development of the mind-brain

Un-doing dissociation

The dreaming mind-brain

The emergent self

This book succeeds in making cutting-edge research accessible, helping mental health professionals grasp the direct relevance of neuroscience to their practice. It will be of great interest to Jungian analysts, psychoanalysts, psychodynamic psychotherapists and counsellors.

Download Coming into Mind: The Mind-Brain Relationship: A Jungian Clinical Perspective epub
ISBN: 158391708X
ISBN13: 978-1583917084
Category: Medical Books
Subcategory: Medicine
Author: Margaret Wilkinson
Language: English
Publisher: Routledge; 1 edition (March 16, 2006)
Pages: 240 pages
ePUB size: 1185 kb
FB2 size: 1131 kb
Rating: 4.2
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Lli
It's very good. This book is excellent study about mind and brain.Coming into Mind: The Mind-Brain Relationship: A Jungian Clinical Perspective
Truthcliff
Highly recommended book that didn't disappoint. Complex but well written and full of very useful information.