Of Neurons and Knowings
Constructivism, Coherence Psychology, and Their Neurodynamic Substrates
Total CE Credit Hours: 2
Course Info URL: http://www.ce-credit.com/courses/102031
About the Course:
This course material addresses the coordination of phenomenology of psychotherapy and neuroscientific knowledge. The course covers the concepts of constructivism and coherence psychology in clinical terms and provides a basis for a model of clinical symptomology.
Journal of Constructivist Psychology/Routledge Taylor and Francis Group
Brian Toomey; Bruce Ecker
About the Authors:
Clinical Psychology Department, University of Memphis
Private Practice in Psychotherapy, Oakland, CA
This is an intermediate to advanced course intended for psychologists, social workers, counselors, and other mental health professionals who may gain professionally for an in-depth focus upon coherence and constructivism in psychology.
Define the concepts related to constructivism and coherence psychology.
Illustrate applications of neuroscience to the field of coherence psychology.
Explain the neuroscientific evidence that supports a framework of constructivism in psychology.
Distinguish areas of research in constructivism and coherence psychology where further research is needed.
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