Interpersonal Neurobiology

Interpersonal Neurobiology

A scientific approach to achieving balance and harmony:

“Under the umbrella of interpersonal neurobiology, Dr. Siegel’s mindsight approach applies the emerging principles of interpersonal neurobiology to promote compassion, kindness, resilience, and well-being in our personal lives, our relationships, and our communities. At the heart of both interpersonal neurobiology and the mindsight approach is the concept of “integration” which entails the linkage of different aspects of a system—whether they exist within a single person or a collection of individuals.  Integration is seen as the essential mechanism of health as it promotes a flexible and adaptive way of being that is filled with vitality and creativity. The ultimate outcome of integration is harmony. The absence of integration leads to chaos and rigidity—a finding that enables us to re-envision our understanding of mental disorders and how we can work together in the fields of mental health, education, and other disciplines, to create a healthier, more integrated world.” 

Trauma- Informed Practices Training Full for Sept. 13 & 14

Looking forward our key presenter Cathy Malchiodi’s arrival in September and meeting our registrants for this enriching two-day training with Trauma-Informed Practices and Expressive Arts Therapy Institute.  Elizabeth Warson will be co-presenting on historical trauma response and demonstrating arts-informed stress reduction techniques. Training will be held at the new Northside Aztlan Community Center in Fort Collins, Colorado.

Northside Aztlan Community Center

Northside Aztlan Community Center