Can We Heal Heartbreak with Neuroscience?
Level: Introductory, Intermediate
Length: 1 hour
One CE credit is available for this webinar recording.
Originally recorded on 2/15/2019
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Based on the content of this presentation, the participant will be able to:
- Identify which regions in the brain, indicated by current published research, are recruited when a person is experiencing heartbreak as a result of a disrupted romantic relationship.
- Evaluate the utility of qEEG assessment and sLORETA imaging in determining whether neurofeedback could potentially facilitate a post-relationship recovery arc for a client having difficulty resolving residual romantic feelings.
- Select regions to include in an sLORETA z-score neurofeedback training protocol intended to increase romantic resiliency.
Meet the instructor
Penijean Gracefire, LMHC, BCN
Penijean is a neural frequency analyst and published author who rides motorcycles, drinks tea, and designs therapeutic interventions using 3D brain imaging technology. As a licensed mental health clinician, she integrates emotional experience with electrophysiology to alter neural dynamics in real time, helping people recover from trauma or improve brain flexibility and resiliency. Penijean’s ground-breaking work has led to industry-wide changes in neurotherapy and is the basis for current standards in international certification. Her passions include spectral analysis, donuts, and taking things apart to see how they work.